• Insurers sign up to Tibi 2 initiative and focus on biodiversity aspects

    12 July 2023

    Adding three more insurance investors to existing 18

  • French insurers invest in SNCF's shared-coupon green bond

    07 July 2023

    Abeille Assurances and CNP Assurances amongst participants

  • CNP Assurances and Abeille Assurances invest in SNCF green bond

    29 June 2023

    With shared coupon for medical research institute bolstering societal focus

  • Investors urge EU to act on sustainability

    13 June 2023

    Insurers and affiliated asset manager amongst signatories of open letter

  • ISALT launches transition fund with first investment in medtech company TISSIUM

    24 May 2023

    Through the FSP fund which is financed by seven large French insurance companies

  • CNP Assurances' philosophy of 'investing meaningfully'

    17 May 2023

    In the third and final part of this series, chief investment officer Olivier Guigné discusses the French insurer's approach to sustainability investing and why biodiversity needs to become an economic necessity. Interview by Vincent Huck

  • CNP Assurances joins call for better regulation on shareholder dialogue

    12 May 2023

    As part of French proposed 'Green Industry Bill'

  • Investing made simpler, in a more complex world, at CNP Assurances

    10 May 2023

    In the second of this three-part interview, chief investment officer Olivier Guigné discusses the current investment landscape for insurers, and where CNP Assurances sees opportunities going froward. Interview by Vincent Huck

  • CNP Assurances reveals two central economic scenarios - and its own GA's path forward

    09 May 2023

    More alternatives were bought by French group in 2022

  • CNP Assurances in praise of an "all-terrain" investment strategy

    03 May 2023

    Chief investment officer Olivier Guigné, winner of this year's CIO of the year award from Insurance Asset Risk, talks macro economy, why no single scenario should now dominate a CIO's thinking, and why 2023 will be good for credit analysts - but bad for 'zombies'. Interview by Vincent Huck