Danish financial association will develop a model to measure the carbon footprint of investments by 2021.
More managers now fear a market downturn and are adjusting their strategies.
The Coronavirus outbreak in Italy sent European markets on a chute on February 24, raising fresh fears of the financial impact in the continent.
Berlin’s decision to regulate rents has undermined returns of residential property investors. Not just in Germany but in France, as well.
In a report, the organisation for economic co-operation and development drew a troublesome picture of this market, which has been undermined by a steady decline in credit quality.
The Brussels-based clearing house, which has hit a few records in 2019, first wants to consult its various regulators before deciding what to do.
While $1,480bn in dividends are expected to be paid out this year, underlying growth is forecast at just 4%, down from 5.4% in 2019 and 8.5% in 2018, according to Janus Henderson.
HSBC has set three main targets to be achieved by end 2022 including a more than $100bn trim in gross risk-weighted assets.
This golden share would allow the Spanish government to veto certain decisions taken by SIX if its purchase of BME goes forward.