The Japanese Government Pension Investment Fund, hardly hit by the Covid-19, has yielded -10.71% in the first quarter of 2020.
Data from the European pensions and insurance watchdog Eiopa suggests ‘dirty’ sectors may form up to 10% of EU insurers’ overall investments.
A study by the Central Bank of Ireland found out that local insurance firms do not address much diversity and inclusion issues.
A bfinance study looks at changes operated in asset allocation of the largest asset owners worldwide since the start of the year.
The Carbon Disclosure Project is set to market a new portfolio temperature tool after a phase of testing with Amundi.
The Kingdom of Bahrain has become a minority shareholder of Paris FC.
The Covid-19 pandemic impact on the Swedish public pension fund resulted in a SEK 6.6bn loss in the first six months of 2020.
According to Novethic, shareholder engagement is only slowly gaining a foothold in France despite the obligations of the PACTE law. The Covid-19 crisis hasn’t helped matters.