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Note, January 20
Water risk: what COVID-19 has taught us about ignoring systemic risks and what to do about it
For the past decade, WWF has been asking, “why are water crises continually ignored despite featuring on the WEF risk list year after year?” We know water crises are happening, we know the impact is substantial, and we know the risks are worsening, yet nobody is (...)
News, May 2020
Emerging market green bond issuance hits $52 billion in 2019 and can help weather shocks, Amundi and the IFC reveal in new report
Need for green investments is crucial: current pandemic shows responsible investors in emerging markets can collaborate with issuers through green bonds to unlock long-term capital and help issuers become more resilient for shocks to (...)
News, May 2020
Spanish banks: cost of risk manageable in 2020 but watch the shape of any recovery
Spanish banks’ reassuring Q1 results showed that they should be able to withstand rising cost of risk in 2020, thanks to strong pre-provision profits. But uncertainties abound, and the risk of a longer-than-anticipated economic contraction (...)
Note, March 2020
Neuberger Berman adapts Sharpe’s ratio to insurance management and prudential risk measurement
This new risk indicator, based on a concept derived from the classic Sharpe ratio, integrates the already existing range of prudential risk measures into the analysis of the strategic asset allocation process and its (...)
Note, November 2019
ESG bucks the trend of declining growth among world’s largest asset managers
The pace of change within the investment industry is accelerating, under pressure from regulatory activity, fee compression and the high cost of technology. Amidst this change, there is growing appreciation among fund managers of the importance of sustainability and of (...)


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