The EU High Level Forum on Capital Markets Union delivered its final report in extraordinary circumstances. PGGM CIM and member of HLF Eloy Lindeijer shares his main take aways.
In this Corona crisis Dutch DSM shows why it has made a name as a responsible company that understand societal needs, Marek Troszczynski van Genderen writes.
The corona crisis is compelling us to ask fundamental questions: how can we make our world sustainable so that we don’t stumble from crisis to crisis? Brenda Kramer on the EU taxonomy.
PFZW investments in listed companies that have been selected for both their societal and financial returns perform relatively better than the broader index, Martin Eijgenhuijsen and Dirk-Jan Verzuu conclude.
Investors finance the different links that together form the global production chains for medical devices, pharmaceutical and other care-related products. Governments and companies must ensure that these products are available all over the world.
Many large companies do not yet sufficiently understand their human rights risks, according to Cedric Scholl.
It is in the interest of pension fund participants that the European Union levies dividend withholding tax more efficiently, Jesse Martens and Niels Krook say.
While there’s nothing unhealthy about eating moderate amounts of meat, the meat’s dirty secret is that it is not particularly great for our environment. So, we started investing in Kerry, specialized in plant-based food ingredients, explains Marek Troszczynski van Genderen.