Find out how Mirova’s Jens Peers began his journey in sustainable investing and what keeps him motivated as a portfolio manager.
Find out how Mirova’s Mathilde Dufour began her journey in sustainable investing and what keeps her motivated as head of sustainability research.
Our experts from DNCA, Mirova, Thematics AM and Natixis Investment Managers Solutions discuss the breadth of client demand for sustainable investing solutions – from traditional asset classes to illiquid alternatives.
The next decade will see technology enable us to replace our dependency on certain critical materials and redefine supply chains so that electrification opportunities are enhanced all over the globe, says Mirova’s Jens Peers.
This paper examines how investors can take advantage of investment opportunities in the global energy transition, while managing risks to their portfolios.
Our experts from Mirova, Loomis Sayles and Natixis Investment Managers describe what they see as being front of mind for sustainable investors today, and how they think the sustainability landscape is evolving.
Driven by regulation, and demand for decorrelation from market volatility in traditional asset classes, private assets are becoming more accessible.
Find out how Mirova’s Agathe Foussard began her journey in sustainable investing and what keeps her motivated as a portfolio manager.
With investors increasingly wary of greenwashing, Mirova’s Soliane Varlet says engagement is the path to more transparency and a more sustainable future.
For sustainable investors, navigating the regulatory and political landscape has become a real challenge in recent years. What does the future hold?
In 2022, green bond volumes fell year-on-year for the first time in a decade. Mirova’s Bertrand Rocher and Agathe Foussard explain why 2023 looks brighter.
While COP15 paved the way for new regulations, achieving zero biodiversity loss by 2030 requires a concerted effort among investors and consumers alike.
Find out how Mirova’s Soliane Varlet began her journey in sustainable investing and what keeps her motivated as a portfolio manager.
Find out how Mirova’s Bertrand Rocher began his journey in sustainable investing and what keeps him motivated as a portfolio manager.
Not all green bonds are created equal. Thankfully, some managers will only invest in an issuer if the impacts are sufficiently clear and achievable.
Companies focused on water supply, demand efficiency and waste management can add defensive growth to portfolios.
What will happen in 2023? Participants at the Natixis Investment Managers seminar heard a variety of solutions to help guide their investment strategies forward in 2023.
Acceleration of renewable energy and industrial automation, plus regulatory clarity, are positive for sustainable and ESG investing says Mirova’s Jens Peers.
ICI General Counsel Susan Olson joins OUR Susan Olson to talk SEC rules, an aggressive rulemaking agenda, and implications for investment managers.
Megatrends are going to define how we organise our economy, says Jens Peers, CEO and CIO of Mirova US*.
For investors looking to have a positive environmental impact, green bonds are among some of the most transparent fixed income investments available
With governments now coming aboard the energy transition train, investment opportunities abound in the shift from fossil fuels to cleaner alternatives.
Whether it’s climate change, biodiversity loss, or pollution, our oceans will play a pivotal role in tackling the most pressing planetary crises.
Key takeaways and replay video of our hybrid event “ESG: From niche to norm” held in Singapore. Hear from our guest speakers and affiliates’ experts.
Is it really worth paying a premium to issuers of green bonds over conventional bonds? And which factors might catalyse this ‘greenium’ in the future?
Is divesting assets helpful for sustainable investing goals, or is it better to engage companies and try to steer them towards a more sustainable future?
In 2021, DNCA Finance has decided for the first time to calculate the climate trajectory of its investments. This year, DNCA is back with an updated version of its analysis, including an assessment of its footprint on other key factors related to biodiversity.
Fabrice Chemouny, Head of Asia Pacific, shares his views on the current market landscape and how a multi-affiliate approach brings expertise to investors.
Biodiversity loss is a global systemic risk equal to climate change. Indeed, cutting CO2 emissions is just the tip of the iceberg for a liveable planet.
ESG Insights from the 2021 Natixis Global Survey of Individual Investors.
Mirova has been named amongst the ‘Best for the World™ B Corps of 2021 for the development of high impact investment solutions for investors.
Investors and professionals are warming up to the potential of ESG. Our research offers insight into five critical questions about ESG investing.
Natixis Investment Managers Solutions has upgraded the Natixis Portfolio Clarity analysis tool to also include non-financial data.
Fabrice Chemouny, Head of Asia Pacific, shares his views on what Natixis IM ESG approach can bring to APAC investors.
Over the past decade, economic losses from natural disasters averaged $150 billion a year. Investors can’t ignore the effects of climate change any longer.
In Europe, companies, investors and regulators have embraced responsible investment. By contrast, the US has been seen as a laggard.
In his new book, Mirova’s Philippe Zaouati argues that sustainable finance should underpin an economic reset and outlines the roadmap for a successful transformation.
Institutions face an environment without precedent in global politics, finance and economics. They are developing creative solutions to navigate it, drawing on a wider variety of assets and resources than ever to pursue their investment mandates.
Individuals and professionals say ESG investing can help them align assets with personal values — and has the potential to drive real results.
A tailored investment approach reconciling economic, environmental, and social value creation.
Individuals want investments that reflect their personal values, but professional investors are skeptical about performance.