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Video: ESG Integration and Transformation in Practice, a discussion with buy-side sustainability leaders

15. März 2021
Participants: Schroders, Union Investment, and Amundi Funds Moderators: Debbie Jones, Global Head of ESG, Company Research & Tobias Fischer, Research Sales & ESG Coordinator The session addressed how firms are integrating ESG into their investment strategies. Discussion topics included accountability to an ESG process, views on corporate disclosure & data collection, proprietary systems and ratings, alignment with UN SDGs and exclusionary processes. The discussion with Amundi addressed specific considerations and practices for an ESG Portfolio Manager having a special focus on ecology. From the dbAccess ESG Conference March 2021. [mehr]

Weitere Dokumente zum Thema "International"

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1. Juni 2021
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Unsere Prognosen für die Weltwirtschaft sind im Vergleich zur vorhergehenden Ausgabe des Weltwirtschaftlichen Ausblicks vom März weitgehend unverändert. Wenn die Lockdowns in den USA und Europa beendet werden, ist in den kommenden Monaten mit kräftigem Wachstum zu rechnen. Gleichzeitig dürften sich die Zentralbanken vorerst noch zurückhalten, bis sich die weitere Entwicklung klarer abzeichnet. [mehr]
25. Mai 2021
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Investoren mussten sich innerhalb weniger Wochen zu Hobby-Epidemiologen umbilden, erklärt Robin Winkler im neuen Podzept. Doch inzwischen seien die meisten Marktbeobachter überzeugt, dass die kritische Phase der Pandemie zumindest in den G10-Volkswirtschaften überstanden sei. Somit rückten zuletzt wieder klassische volkswirtschaftliche Themen in den Blick. [mehr]
5. Mai 2021
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In a new Podzept podcast Brett Ryan, Senior US Economist, Frank Kelly, Head of Governmental and Public Affairs, US & Latam and Luke Templeman, Thematic Analyst discuss the US economy, in particular what President Biden has done in his first 100 days in office, including the enormous fiscal stimulus package. Is the package politically possible as Washington looks forward to mid-term elections next year? [mehr]
30. März 2021
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Pünktlich zum Frühlingsanfang haben wir unsere Prognosen für die Weltwirtschaft erneut nach oben korrigiert. Wir erwarten nun im Zuge der Erholung nach der Pandemie ein „Goldlöckchen“-Szenario mit kräftigem Wachstum und moderatem Inflationsdruck. Daher dürften die Zentralbanken ihre Leitzinsen in den kommenden Jahren unverändert lassen, wovon die Finanzmärkte profitieren sollten. [mehr]
24. März 2021
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A year ago, markets were in freefall. The Covid pandemic was still largely in its infancy, but investors were quickly realizing that a massive recession was looming. Fast forward to today and the conversation is very different as we contemplate if growth will run too hot, how high will inflation get and could the Fed fall behind the curve. In a recent updated World Outlook report, Deutsche Bank’s Global Economics team has raised its forecast for global growth in 2021 to nearly 7%, which is well above consensus. Here is why. [mehr]
24. März 2021
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David Folkerts-Landau, Group Chief Economist & Global Head of Research and Peter Hooper, Global Head of Economics have just published an updated outlook for the global economy and financial markets. The report is titled ‘Goldilocks with Inflation Risk’ and outlines how Goldilocks could be about to enter the global economy as conditions appear just right for strong growth. [mehr]
17. März 2021
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Bitcoin’s market cap of $1 trillion makes it too important to ignore. Big players who buy and sell bitcoins have considerable market-moving power. As long as asset managers and companies continue to enter the market, Bitcoin prices could continue to rise. But bitcoin transactions and tradability are still limited. And the real debate is whether rising valuations alone can be reason enough for bitcoin to evolve into an asset class, or whether its illiquidity is an obstacle. Bitcoin’s value will continue to rise and fall depending on what people believe it is worth. This is sometimes called the Tinkerbell Effect — a recognised economic term stating that the more people believe in something, the likelier it is to happen. [mehr]
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