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  1. ESG, research, returns, risk, rebuttal …

    We’ve stated, time and again, that responsible investment is not about being altruistic. We believe that it will also pay off. However, research is piling up that seems to indicate otherwise. So why do we keep at it?

  2. Pareto Nordic Investment Strategies Update

    At the core of every Pareto bond strategy is a bespoke credit assessment process: With long standing proprietary credit evaluation models, combined with dedicated local expertise and access to the issuers. The approach provides a Nordic/Global corporate credit exposure with low geopolitical risk and a sound ESG profile.

  3. Brian’s guide to sustainable investing

    The Monty Python movie Life of Brian (1979) has a brilliant scene in which Brian reluctantly addresses a crowd of people believing he is the new Messiah:

  4. Tough times, tough measures, soft measures

    It’s 2022 and we honestly never imagined a European country invading another European country. The Russian invasion of Ukraine is a shocking, atrocious, detestable act of aggression.

  5. Financial markets and the economy in 2021

    Good news, bad news and real news. In 2021, bouncing back from the depths of the pandemic, we got a lot of good news. But not good enough for the stimulative policies to be pulled back. We also got an indisputable reminder of what really drives financial market returns.

  6. Sustainability report 2021

    One of our obligations as a Swan-labelled fixed income fund is to publish an annual report on the sustainability performance of the fund.

  7. Building our boat in voyage

    Responsible, sustainable investment is a young field. Motives, perceptions, definitions and regulations are constantly changing. Just a few years ago, a lot was driven by idealism.

  8. Junior Sales

    The Frankfurt branch is now expanding its client-relationship team and are looking for two junior sales.

  9. The power of a declaration of contents

    The world has a long list of challenges that can only be solved through a common set of rules, alignment and cooperation between countries. The problem is that, in international politics, common rules are few and far between.