• People Moves: Morgan Stanley Investment Management, AP6, SEB Investment Management, Geneva Association, Robeco and IETA

    08 February 2019

    Vladimir Demine has been promoted to head of environmental, social and governance (ESG) research at Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM).

  • People Moves: Osmosis IM, La Française Forum Securities and Green Climate Fund

    14 September 2018

    London-based Osmosis Investment Management, a $1.5 billion sustainable asset management business, has appointed Mike Even to its board of directors.

  • Paris targets and green infrastructure will be focus of Green Bonds conference

    08 June 2016

    A slew of recent green bonds to finance water, transport and grid connection projects highlights the growing demand for climate-friendly infrastructure.

  • Eurosif proposes sustainability as 6th pillar of EU Capital Markets Union

    13 May 2015

    Sustainability should be added to the proposed principals behind the EU's Capital Markets Union (CMU) initiative.

  • IIGCC appoints Schoenberg as head of EU policy

    05 May 2015

    Martin Schoenberg has been appointed as head of EU policy at the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC).

  • Standard Bank closes London carbon desk

    16 April 2015

    Standard Bank has closed its award-winning carbon desk in London.

  • Bunge pulls plug on Climate Change Capital, James Cameron steps down

    10 April 2015

    US agribusiness Bunge is planning to scale down its asset management activities, which are largely held in its subsidiary Climate Change Capital (CCC).

  • UK's Green Investment Bank eyes overseas projects

    25 March 2015

    The UK's pioneering Green Investment Bank (GIB) is to undertake a £200 million ($297 million) pilot programme of international investments.

  • Climate Change Capital spins out private equity arm

    06 March 2015

    Climate Change Capital (CCC) is spinning out its €200 million ($221 million) private equity arm into a standalone venture.

  • The EC's plan to unify capital markets can help address climate change

    19 February 2015

    The European Commission's plan to unify capital markets announced this week can benefit renewables and energy efficiency firms, argues Martin Schoenberg