With climate change risk a top focus for the Biden administration, Government Relations specialist Susan Olson outlines legislation and regulations under way.
From seeking to manage risk to uncovering opportunities, ESG (environmental, social, and governance) can be a powerful investment analysis tool for investors.
Natixis Investment Managers recently urged the DOL to consider five key points related to ESG investing in retirement plans.
Jens Peers, CFA, CEO, and CIO, Mirova US, elaborates on Generation Z and identifies key characteristics and trends; he also highlights some possible scenarios of how it may impact other generations going forward.
Hua Cheng, PhD, CFA, Portfolio Manager at Mirova US, and Louise Schreiber, Senior Sustainability Analyst at Mirova, discuss the impact of the technology acceleration during the pandemic.
Amber Fairbanks and Manon Salomez, ESG analyst, give their view on the impact of Covid-19 on corporate governance and Mirova’s vision of creating shared value over the long term.
Nathalie Wallace Head of ESG Strategy and Development, Mirova US* and Mathilde Dufour Head of Sustainability Research Listed Assets, Mirova discuss the impact that the U.S. re-joined the Paris Climate Agreement under the new Biden Administration.
The US has officially rejoined the Paris Agreement on climate change, signaling a broader focus by the Biden administration on sustainability issues.
The Loomis Sayles Global Fixed Income Team explains its ESG investment philosophy and enhancements to its capabilities and process.
Well-known for deep proprietary research, Loomis Sayles believes that ESG considerations are an inextricable part of investment analysis.
How United World College-USA drew on its educational philosophy as the foundation for the investments in its retirement plan.
Mirova portfolio manager points out that as human activity threatens the planet, innovative green solutions are driving the transition to carbon neutrality.
Research firm that adopted the Natixis Sustainable Future Funds® saw a dramatic increase in retirement investing by its employees.
See how one company encouraged employees to contribute more to their 401(k) plans by offering a new Qualified Default Investment Alternative (QDIA).
Investment firms with strong corporate cultures can better support D&I efforts.
A quick guide to some of the most commonly used terms and abbreviations related to sustainable investing.
Perspective on how investors may benefit from macroeconomic trends and changing US government policies related to social inequality and climate change.
VP of Finance & Operations explains how the Natixis Sustainable Future Funds® improved 401(k) plan contribution rates since adoption in 2017.
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.
The AIA Racial Equity investment approach uses direct indexing to focus on companies that promote diversity, equity and inclusion.
The first ESG-driven target date mutual funds – designed to help plan participants invest for the future with purpose.
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.
Gauging the environmental and social impact of utility companies requires a look at how their energy source mix may impact their long-term sustainability.
It’s time to challenge many of the biggest misconceptions about ESG and sustainable investing so that conversations can be more productive.
See why the Shelton Group uses the Natixis Sustainable Future Funds® in their 401(k) plan.