Investor of conviction, investor of action: takeaways from the 2022 voting season
The end of an active voting season is an opportunity for Carmignac to comment on the highlights of the season and report on how we voted at the shareholder meetings of our investee companies.
Impact Investing and the 17 SDGs
Initially, impact investing was considered an extension of philanthropy, as it was meant to help reduce the negative effects of business activity on the social and environmental dimensions. However, impact investing is now broader than that.
Why people should consider not investing in the tobacco industry
What the Tobacco-Free Finance Pledge is, what supporting this initiative means, and why investors should favour divestment for this sector
An active start in the year
Regarding our extra-financial approach, the emphasis is now on our engagement through dialogue with companies in order to lead them towards more sustainable solutions. This quarter, we are focusing on our engagement with James Hardie and LG Chem.
2021, a year of active stewardship illustrated
As part of our commitment to improve corporate governance practices, we actively engage with the companies we invest in.
“We need to speed up the energy transition”
Now that COP26 has come to a close, urgent action is required to achieve the goal of carbon neutrality by 2050
Net zero = the end of fossil fuels?
4 questions & answers to understand the complex energy transition and net zero emission dilemma
Ensure that our green technologies are truly green
Management companies have a key role to play in helping mining groups to address environmental issues.
Helping mining groups meet the challenge of sustainable development
As key players in energy transition, mining groups need help with making the shift to sustainable development.
Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation: A guide to investors
Discover how SFDR has heralded a new era in mainstream sustainable investment , how it has affected the fund industry and Carmignac’s response.
Family businesses: Look beyond the caricature to find long-term growth
Although their governance is sometimes criticized, family businesses can prove to be great long-term investments, when carefully selected.