Louise Schreiber, SRI Analyst at Mirova, looks at the investment potential of 5G today and assesses its future uses and limitations in the context of ESG.
Mirova breaks down the idea that’s redefining the investment industry.
Healthcare spending and government balance sheets are just two of the pandemic responses likely to last for some time, writes Mirova’s Amber Fairbanks
Private market allocations and the maturing of ESG will take their place as the market seeks innovative solutions, writes MV Credit’s Nicole Downer
Uncertainty defines the tentative recovery, but changing consumption habits and strengthening ESG data present opportunities, writes Ossiam’s Etienne Vincent
Both consumers and businesses are subscribing more and more to products and services. This Insight shines the light on some of the long term factors that are driving the broad adoption of subscription based models across a nice mix of industries.
Measure, Engage and Understand markets with this quarter's Mirova Newsletter “Creating Sustainable Value"
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.
Investors regularly engage with the companies they invest in. But does this engagement work?
In Europe, companies, investors and regulators have embraced responsible investment. By contrast, the US has been seen as a laggard.
Worldwide, the shortfall in funding for the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) runs into trillions of dollars. It’s clear more needs to be done.
Suzanne Senellart, portfolio manager at Mirova, identifies two European companies positioned to encourage the sustainable revolution in Europe.
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.
Why ESG-related investments attracted inflows during the coronavirus crisis is discussed in this interview with Jens Peers, CEO & CIO of Mirova US.
What role can the financial community play in advancing important societal issues? Three executives share insight on greater engagement and collaborating with other sectors.
Discover Thematics’ investment philosophy and invest in trends that shape the future.
The COVID-19 health crisis is not over yet. Many are ready to imagine what a world post-coronavirus could and should look like. Mirova is one of them.
Jens Peers, CEO, CIO and portfolio manager at Mirova US, discusses the factors that influence the longer-term sustainability game
CEO/CIO Jens Peers discusses the growing interest in ESG investing and Mirova’s long history and experience with sustainable strategies.
Anne-Laurence Roucher, Esty Dwek, Arnaud Bisschop and Harald Walkate share opinions on why ESG investing is a means to mitigate risk and improve long-term performance.
Discover why this crisis has been different and why Thematics AM experts expect the sector’s proven, long-term resilience to shine through.
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.
Jens Peers, CEO & CIO of Mirova US and manager of the Mirova Global Sustainable Equity Strategy, reveals why his strategy has held up well against global equity indices during the crisis and suggests why some ESG strategies outperform over the long term.
Three decades of sustainable investment experience within Mirova, an affiliate of Natixis Investment Managers.
In the face of Covid-19 and the market downturn, multiple data shows the sustainability sector is outperforming the wider market.
Four senior female executives discussed how investors’ attitudes have changed at a recent event to celebrate International Women’s Day.
Green bonds are a direct way to include ESG, reduce a portfolio’s carbon footprint, and access opportunities in a growing market, says a Mirova manager.
How green bonds can contribute to sustainability initiatives while delivering returns for long-term investors is analyzed by Loomis, Sayles & Company research.
Impact investment has seen exponential growth in recent years… Discover the in depth analysis from DNCA’s experts.
Demographic, technological, environment, and governance transitions can present opportunities for investors focused on risk and sustainability.
A diverse workforce challenges conventional thinking and creates a more dynamic and rewarding work environment. It may also lead to better experiences for clients.
We put key ESG questions to three of our affiliates on sustainable investing.
Gauging the environmental and social impact of utility companies requires a look at how their energy source mix may impact their long-term sustainability.
Mirova’s Fixed Income Team examines the strengths and shortcomings of the principles that serve as an industry standard for structuring green bonds.
Can you combine Artificial Intelligence (AI) and ESG? This question was at the core of a fascinating debate between two AI experts.
It’s time to challenge many of the biggest misconceptions about ESG and sustainable investing so that conversations can be more productive.
Simon Gottelier talks about Thematics Asset Management’s proposition and how they integrate ESG into the mix.
As ESG investing moves into the mainstream, who will be the main beneficiaries of the transformative shifts in demographics, innovation, globalisation and scarcity?
Perspectives on investing for a low carbon world and delivering competitive returns from a Mirova sustainable investments research analyst.
Where should investors be turning to as they look to diversify their portfolios? It’s a bold question but consider the growing demand for everything ESG over the last 12 months.
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.