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Sustainable and quant investing

Sustainable and quant investing

Two powerful forces, one positive outcome

Discover a winning combination for strong returns.

Sustainability Inside

Robeco is proud to have been a pioneer of sustainable investing, standing at the forefront of this vibrant style now for more than two decades. Our new book explains everything we do in the world of SI.

Guide to Factor investing

Factor investing has increased in popularity over the past decade and many investors have now incorporated it in their portfolios. But how exactly does it work? In this guide, we explain the tricks of the factor investing trade.

Leading in sustainable investing

Fund Buyer Focus*No.1 in Europe
PRI**A+ score
L’Agefi awardsCEO of the year
Savvy awardsBig Book of SI wins
Essentials e-learning

Essentials e-learning

Supercharge your knowledge of factor investing and sustainability!
Robeco’s Essentials will teach you about the basics of both investment concepts, how they work, who can benefit from them and misconceptions people have about them. At the end of the module is a test, for which you will be awarded CPD accreditation hours. So get started with the Essentials module today!

Solutions

  • Emerging Conservative Equity

    Active investing in low-volatility equities in global emerging markets based on award-winning research.

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  • Global DM Conservative Equity

    Active investing in low-volatility equities in global developed markets based on award-winning research.

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  • Global DM Multi Factor Equities Alpha

    Flexible allocation to factors resulting in balanced exposure in global developed markets.

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  • Multi Factor Absolute Return

    Market neutral multi-asset solution in factor investing with advanced sustainability integration.

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* FundBuyer Focus Report 2018. Brand survey on independent asset managers amongst >850 European fund selectors

** Highest score for all modules: Strategy & Governance, Private Equity, Listed Equity - Incorporation, Listed Equity - Active Ownership, Fixed Income - SSA, Fixed Income - Corporate Financial, Fixed Income - Corporate Non-Financial. Source: PRI Assessment report 2018

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