The AIA Racial Equity investment approach uses direct indexing to focus on companies that promote diversity, equity and inclusion.
Perspective on the US SIF Foundation’s 2020 Report on US Sustainable and Impact Investing presented by Lisa Woll, CEO of US SIF.
Whitepaper examines the new DOL ruling in effect January 12, 2021 that stresses “pecuniary factors” relevant to retirement plan investments.
A retirement plan specialist and the president of an international high school offer their perspectives on the DOL’s proposed ruling on ESG investing.
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.
Portfolio manager Christopher Sharpe reviews trends in target date investing, with a focus on hybrid funds that combine active and passive strategies.
The first ESG-driven target date mutual funds – designed to help plan participants invest for the future with purpose.
Learn about the target date retirement funds that use ESG (environmental, social, governance) factors in the investment process.
CEO/CIO Jens Peers discusses the growing interest in ESG investing and Mirova’s long history and experience with sustainable strategies.
Phil Jordan of BW Research discusses the benefits and policies most likely to help attract and retain top talent in today’s evolving US workforce.
Veteran target date manager Chris Sharpe discusses how target date funds can make it easier for investors to stay the course in changing markets.
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.
Portfolio Manager Jens Peers discusses Mirova’s sustainable investing strategies in the context of the coronavirus pandemic and market volatility.
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.
Demographic, technological, environment, and governance transitions can present opportunities for investors focused on risk and sustainability.
See how index portfolios can be customized for ESG (environmental, social, and governance) or strategic investment goals using active screening techniques.
A diverse workforce challenges conventional thinking and creates a more dynamic and rewarding work environment. It may also lead to better experiences for clients.
The Executive Director of The Solar Foundation explains why they chose the Natixis Sustainable Future Funds® for the foundation’s 401(k) plan.
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.
It’s time to challenge many of the biggest misconceptions about ESG and sustainable investing so that conversations can be more productive.
Incorporating sustainability analysis in an investment strategy may help uncover opportunities and avoid potential risks.
Perspectives on investing for a low carbon world and delivering competitive returns from a Mirova sustainable investments research analyst.
Find out why offering an ESG-driven target date fund option led one investor to invest more in his 401(k) plan.
Individuals and professionals say ESG investing can help them align assets with personal values — and has the potential to drive real results.
See why the Shelton Group uses the Natixis Sustainable Future Funds® in their 401(k) plan.
Investor motivations, perceptions, and knowledge gaps that may influence the state of California’s green bond market.
Individuals want investments that reflect their personal values, but professional investors are skeptical about performance.