Since the beginning of the pandemic, some asset classes which were already in the radar of insurance companies have proved more resilient than others. Covid-19 Crisis has been a catalyst for these trends.

Investing to Withstand Pandemic­

Insurers can withstand the pandemic provided that they opt for the right investment solutions.­­

The pandemic has accelerated and exacerbated some already existing investment trends, such as the digitalization of major economies. Growth equity and thematic investing have proved resilient. Lastly, the pandemic has increased awareness of ESG

For further reading:

Insurers: the ESG Regulation Challenge

Global rule-making for sustainable investments is expanding and converging.

Opportunities in Next-Generation Energy Infrastructure

Investment opportunities in the energy transition are no longer limited to the mature solar and wind segments.

COVID-19: Impact on Renewables

Ostrum Private Debt Real Asset team looks into the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on the renewable sector.

  • July 3, 2020

Vauban Teams up with Bouygues Telecom for Fibre Network Investment in Dense and Mid Dense Areas in France

  • July 17, 2020

Infrastructure: Let’s Get Personal

Infrastructure is unlike other asset classes. It has a direct impact on people’s lives, facilitating the functioning of critical activities without which everyday life would grind to a halt.

Investing in Global Equities with a Thematic Lens

Some markets are growing faster than the broader global economy due to a range of long-term, secular growth drivers.

Future-Proofing Core Real Estate

The pandemic highlights the need to follow socioeconomic mega-trends.


Private Equity Investing During Crisis Markets

COVID crisis factors for private equity investments, sector outlooks, exits and opportunities are examined by Nitin Gupta, Managing Partner at Flexstone Partners.

How Well Will the Private Equity Markets Withstand the Crisis?

Chances of success are higher for sector specialist funds with low leverage and enhanced operational skills.

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