• Investors name and shame 700 companies for poor environmental impact reporting

    17 June 2019

    Investors with almost $10 trillion in assets have begun pushing more than 700 companies, including ExxonMobil, Amazon and Volvo, to disclose better environmental impact information.

  • Candriam launches its first carbon-neutral investment fund

    07 June 2019

    Candriam has launched a fund that will invest in global companies that provide long-term solutions to climate change, and will offset its emissions.

  • Institutional investors call for sea change in fish farming

    05 June 2019

    Climate change, pollution and antibiotic resistance could sink the fast-growing fish farming industry, the investor network FAIRR has warned.

  • People Moves: AP3, Candriam and ESMA

    24 May 2019

    The Third Swedish National Pension Fund (AP3), with SEK340.7 billion ($35.64 billion) of assets under management, has appointed Pablo Bernengo as its chief investment officer.

  • French funds dominate top 10 European funds for climate performance

    19 February 2019

    French funds dominate a list of the top ten European equity funds for climate performance.

  • Candriam to divest more than €500m as part of coal exclusion policy

    12 September 2018

    Luxembourg-based asset manager Candriam has announced it will divest from, and make no further investments in, thermal coal.

  • Setting a European benchmark

    10 September 2018

    The European Commission's bold proposals to reform benchmark regulation are designed to increase the flow of green finance and reduce the risk of 'greenwashing'. Michael Hurley asks why change is required

  • Candriam warns EU of low-carbon benchmark perils

    30 July 2018

    Luxembourg-based asset manager Candriam has warned the European Commission against being too narrow in its efforts to improve the sustainability profile of benchmark indexes.

  • Climate and SDGs to be focus of French pension fund's new SRI strategy

    28 May 2018

    Climate change is “the biggest risk” to the €36.4 billion ($44 billion) FRR pension fund in coming years, Salwa Boussoukaya-Nasr, chief investment officer of the pension fund, tells Michael Hurley.

  • Climate-related risk will dent oil company valuation by 2020, fund managers predict

    25 April 2018

    About 90% of fund managers expect that the valuation of international oil companies (IOCs) will drop 'significantly' within two years because of energy transition risks such as new legislation, a survey of organisations with more than $13 trillion in combined assets has found.