• Debt investors warned of 'disintegration' risk of countries with social failings

    22 November 2022

    Investors are failing to place value on civil liberties and political rights as indications of sovereigns' sustainable growth, and risk being burned if illiberal states eventually fail, Candriam has argued in a new report.

  • Investors must push for human rights 'oversight' in facial recognition tech

    03 October 2022

    There is a dearth of human rights policies at facial recognition technology (FRT) firms, said Candriam, which urged investors to push for "greater oversight" of the issue.

  • 'Mean species abundance' data is flawed but vital, says Candriam

    13 July 2022

    Candriam is pushing companies to collect standardised biodiversity data on 'mean species abundance', in order to cut through "unsubstantiated" claims of net positive biodiversity impact.

  • Taxonomy vote raises the stakes for investor-policymaker standoff

    07 July 2022

    The contentious inclusion of nuclear and gas as 'transition' energy sources in the EU's green taxonomy could influence policymakers in other jurisdictions - even as investors prepare to ignore the result, according to Eurosif.

  • Federated Hermes tops asset manager ESG integration review

    04 July 2022

    US asset manager Federated Hermes scored highest for environmental, social and governance (ESG) integration among major investors in a study by a credit rating agency.

  • €1bn target for Candriam's new sustainable bond fund

    21 January 2022

    Candriam is targeting to grow assets in its newly launched sustainable bond fund to €1 billion ($1.1 billion) over the long term,...

  • Candriam launches sustainable bond fund

    18 January 2022

    Candriam has launched a sustainable bond fund that will invest at least three-quarters of its assets in labelled sustainability bonds, including green and sustainability-linked bonds