We certainly don’t have all the answers, but we do have a sustainable investing legacy that stretches all the way back to 19841, a deep understanding of the complexity confronting investors and an offering that includes responsible, sustainable and impact investment vehicles across equities, fixed income, multi-asset, private assets and liquid alternatives.
Nathalie Wallace, Global Head of Sustainable Investing at Natixis IM, outlines how clients are being transitioned to sustainable approaches.
Our sustainable investing frameworkUnderstanding the changing landscape, mapping the tectonic regulatory shifts and charting safe passage between what companies say and what they actually do requires an active approach, a long-term mindset and, most importantly, expertise.
Our framework divides the sustainable investing universe into three broad categories - responsible, sustainable and impact strategies and is designed to help clients better navigate the ever-expanding sustainable investing universe.
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Find out more about how the SI landscape is evolving
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.
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.
While COP15 paved the way for new regulations, achieving zero biodiversity loss by 2030 requires a concerted effort among investors and consumers alike.
Research & Reports
Everyone’s on the bandwagon, but where’s it actually going?
The Green Zone
Can sustainable investing really have a positive impact?
Tools & services: ESG portfolio Clarity
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