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Invesco's future vision

Invesco's future vision

Head of ESG client strategy EMEA Maria Lombardo has one eye on helping CIOs achieve their future net zero goals, but another firmly on helping them navigate their general accounts through the here-and-now, David Walker discovers

Interview with Rothesay's David Land

Interview with Rothesay's David Land

The UK insurer's head of investment strategy, speaks to David Walker about the firm's commitment to the UN-convened Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance, and from climate risk modelling to green infrastructure, what is required to achieve the carbon goal

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Building a climate risk framework for a small balance sheet

Building a climate risk framework for a small balance sheet

Corrado Pistarino, CIO of Foresters Friendly, prefers numbers to words. In today's world this can be a challenge for anyone trying to build a climate risk management framework, where words are (too often) the golden standard. Interview by Vincent Huck

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The real deal - Europe's insurers primed for G7 infrastructure plan

The real deal - Europe's insurers primed for G7 infrastructure plan

Leaders of the 'G7' economies announced the 'Build Back Better World' global infrastructure programme, a 'step-change' in their approach to 'mobilise private-sector capital' for the asset class as never before. Europe's insurers stand ready to help, David Walker reports.

What is driving real asset investment decisions?

What is driving real asset investment decisions?

In an increasingly complex environment where returns can be scarce one could have expected CIOs to give answers based on fundamentals, but instead, their investment decisions seem to be driven by a greater cause - purpose, as Vincent Huck finds out

Investing in Real Assets (Virtual)

Investing in Real Assets (Virtual)

Discuss the trends, forecasts and risk/return characteristics for investments in infrastructure, real estate and renewable energy in the post-Covid economy. The event is free to attend for re/insurers, supervisors and regulators.

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The RBC changes: a slow-moving Titanic

The RBC changes: a slow-moving Titanic

It is a slow change, even by the notoriously slow standards of the insurance industry. However, the soon-to-be instigated changes to the NAIC's risk-based capital charges on fixed income assets could have significant ramifications for the US insurance investment portfolio. And many don't like it. Sarfraz Thind reports

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