Ambroise Fayolle, vice-president of the European Investment Bank, draws some conclusions from the Juncker plan, pending the new Commission membership.
Last year the group invested €486m in the equity of 239 French companies via various vehicles, a 72% increase in one year.
The institution had €1.4bn in green bonds in its portfolio as of the end of 2018.
The Swedish pension fund has pledged to invest in local infrastructure for the long term via a joint venture.
The institution has already taken measures to exit tobacco and some oil companies.
Le Cercle de l’épargne, a French savings think tank, has released a study on pan-European savings across Europe.
Eight asset managers have been granted mandates by FRR.
The US organisation, which estimates the global impact investing market at $502bn, is taking its turn at trying to establish a clear standard of what “impact investing” is.