Japanese transition bonds could help refine concept of transition finance, says Axa IM
Japan's planned mammoth transition bond issuance programme could help fixed income markets "refine" what should be considered a credible 'transition' investment, according to an investment analyst at Axa Investment Managers.
How to invest to unlock a blue carbon revolution
Blue carbon could be key to fighting climate change but creating sustainable solutions will only work through considered investment, writes AXA IM's Chris Iggo
AXA IM appoints head of listed impact equity
Can COP28 turn the tide?
With 100 days until COP28 in Dubai, can the summit reassure investors that the slide into climate catastrophe can be stopped, asks Peter Cripps
Enel, DZ Bank join Principles ExCom as Fannie Mae exits
Enel, DZ Bank and BNP Paribas Asset Management were among those elected to the executive committee (ExCom) which develop the influential sustainable bond principles, but Fannie Mae's exit marks a quick end to US issuer representation on the executive.
Axa IM Alts invests $25m in drug company
Axa IM targets biodiversity positivity for fund in 2030s
Axa Investment Managers wants one of its biodiversity funds to have an overall contribution to biodiversity improvement within the 2030s, a fund manager has said.
SLB format is a good fit for biodiversity bonds, Axa IM says
Organisations looking to demonstrate their contribution to biodiversity conservation could be best served by issuing a sustainability-linked bond (SLB) rather than a green bond, according to an analyst at Axa Investment Managers.