Inyova, the Swiss impact investing platform, has launched into the German market, providing retail investors an avenue to invest according to their sustainability values.
Germany has attracted the highest IPO volumes in continental Europe this year. The latest company to go public there, the eyeglasses chain Mister Spex, is aiming for an almost €900m valuation.
Sport-focused fund managers continue to shun football stocks but new football clubs may be further listed, starting with CF Intercity, a fourth division team set to become the first football club to be listed in Spain.
Investors are calling for the adoption of standards on releasing environmental data that are aligned with the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
Between the first quarter of 2019 and the first quarter of 2021, the number of new retail investors on the Belgian stock market has soared 50%, according to the local watchdog FSMA.
Women representation in boards and management teams of companies listed on Nasdaq Stockholm reaches record in 2020.
The European system of central banks is looking for help to start publishing climate-related disclosures of their non-monetary policy portfolios by Q1 2023.
The EU-27 issued €20bn in 10-year bonds to fund its NextGeneration EU recovery plan, a record for Europe.
FTSE Russell has asked 208 enterprises, over 10% of the FTSE4Good All World index, to improve climate performance over the next 12 months or risk deletion from respective indexes.
Andrea Enria, chair of the European Central Bank’s (ECB) supervisory board, hinted that the restrictions around dividend payouts imposed on European banks would soon be lifted.