The Japanese Government Pension Investment Fund, hardly hit by the Covid-19, has yielded -10.71% in the first quarter of 2020.
Institutional investors asked 50+ firms operating in Gulf states, including mutlinationals, about their recruitment practices and safeguarding processes around migrant workers in that region.
Only 6% of the 23,000 investors surveyed globally by the British asset manager think Covid-19’s negative economic impact will last for more than four years.
European institutionals and asset managers are promoting this method of taking action.
The ECB has just released its statistics on the first quarter of 2020.
Fund fees remain the top criterion in Swedish individuals' choice when saving through investment funds.
With the UK exiting the European Union, the Netherlands hold a 67% market share in the $2.4trn European occupational pension fund market.
Data from the European pensions and insurance watchdog Eiopa suggests ‘dirty’ sectors may form up to 10% of EU insurers’ overall investments.