ERISA expert Bradford Campbell explains the DOL’s Final Rule on ESG investing in retirement plans and implications for plan advisors and participants.
Global events and trends – such as electric vehicles and water security – driving ESG investments are highlighted by Mirova PM Amber Fairbanks.
How market turbulence is impacting sustainable investments and uncovering opportunities is discussed by Mirova PM Amber Fairbanks.
What you need to know to help retirement plan sponsors choose sustainable funds, including the most current guidance from the Department of Labor.
Guidance for plan sponsors who want to use sustainable funds in their retirement plans consistent with ERISA and Department of Labor fiduciary requirements.
Learn about our Racial Equity investment approach that uses direct indexing to focus on companies that promote diversity, equity and inclusion.
Mirova Portfolio Manager Amber Fairbanks discusses ESG-related innovation, opportunities, risk considerations, evolving regulations, and more.
Balancing performance, fees, investment processes, and equity allocation parameters is key to evaluating target date fund managers.
ESG Insights from the 2021 Natixis Global Survey of Individual Investors.
Investors and professionals are warming up to the potential of ESG. Our research offers insight into five critical questions about ESG investing.
Recent trends include cash deployment, sustainable investment screening, and muni debt issuance by colleges and universities.
See how one company encouraged employees to contribute more to their 401(k) plans by offering a new Qualified Default Investment Alternative (QDIA).
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.
Investor motivations, perceptions, and knowledge gaps that may influence the state of California’s green bond market.