Results from the 2021 Natixis Global Survey of Individual Investors reveal how Millennials are changing as they start to turn 40.
Emmanuel Bourdeix, Chief Executive Officer at Seeyond, shares his insights on the current risk regime in the markets.
The authors examine historical periods of high turbulence and classify their driving forces to gain a better understanding of these extreme events.
Loomis, Sayles & Company's Senior Sovereign Analyst, Hassan Malik, CFA®, considers the less obvious dependencies on Russia, including aluminum and titanium.
Potential impact on global markets, oil prices, inflation, and other risk factors of Putin’s moves are analyzed by our market and macroeconomic experts.
Varying views on a cryptocurrency correction, inflation, and the Great Resignation are shared by a panel of portfolio managers.
China’s rollout of regulations, especially for internet firms, is analyzed through a risk management lens by Portfolio Manager Eric Liu at Harris Associates.
Alignment tools don’t confirm if emissions reductions in the real economy have taken place, says Maarten Vleeschhouwer, Head of PACTA at 2° Investing Initiative.
Carbon pricing debates can detract from making emissions reductions that are cost effective and politically sustainable, says UC San Diego’s David Victor.
AlphaSimplex Group’s Chief Research Strategist analyzes realized risk over recent crisis periods in global markets and considers future implications.
What is “Spot Up, Vol Up”? Simon Aninat, Volatility expert at Seeyond, provides insights on what this market configuration can reveal.
Our connected world means it is now possible for unwanted actors to infiltrate power stations, electricity grids and maybe even democratic elections.
Experts in the Natixis Investment Managers family say the biggest risk facing investors in the second half of 2021 may be no risk at all.
Simon Aninat, Volatility expert at Seeyond, provides insights on how long and short volatility strategies can be complementary in a portfolio.
More than ever, green bonds are the focus of attention. How investors should approach Greenium, its specific feature ? Find out Mirova’s analysis.
Natixis Investment Managers Solutions has upgraded the Natixis Portfolio Clarity analysis tool to also include non-financial data.
Simon Aninat, portfolio manager and Volatility specialist, provides insights on Seeyond’s short volatility strategy.
What is ESG? What are the different types of SRI strategies? Can financial and extra-financial performance be reconciled? Discover DNCA's 8 keys to understanding responsible investment today.
Results from the 2020 Global Survey of Financial Professionals reveal optimistic growth goals and the opportunity for professionals to recalibrate strategy and rethink business models.
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.
Three decades of sustainable investment experience within Mirova, an affiliate of Natixis Investment Managers.
Mirova calls for caution and restraint on shareholder compensation due to COVID-19 pandemic.
European Parliament claimed “the climate and environment emergency”. It reminds us how important it is to speed up toward a carbon-neutral world transition.
After 12 years of a "growth" cycle, should we expect a cyclical change in favour of "value" equities in the medium term? DNCA's experts give us their analysis.
The great growth scare of the month of August, which had seen the word recession spread like wildfire, gave way to clear relief. The excessive pessimism we were talking about this summer has been corrected.
On earth as in markets, humans have been trying to domesticate mother nature for their own benefit. But Nature always takes back its place.
At this uncertain stage internationally, are investors overreacting about Europe and potential recession risks?
Our statistical analysis shows that 70% of equity investor risk appetite is defined by global growth, political risk and the FED’s monetary policies.
Should investors already anticipate the success of policy makers in stabilizing the slowing global economy?
What does this strategy bring to the investors’ allocation? And what weight should be added to a typical allocation?
Risks are becoming more symetric near term as markets shift to price in a global growth pick-up.
With the return of market volatility, professional fund buyers reveal their top concerns–and how they plan to meet their goals despite them.
Three ways institutional investors are preparing for a market shift – and how they plan to balance risk management with investment return.