German investors are laggards when it comes to sustainable investing compared to most of their peers in surrounding counties. They are catching up, but still have some work to do.
Willi Oberbeck, a fund selector at DZ PRIVATBANK, tells why he already started using alternative Ucits funds more than six years ago, long before demand for absolute returns started to really heat up.
In this video interview, Assenagon's Thomas Romig explains how he has been adding many different flavours to his multi-asset funds over the years.
In part two of this video interview, Thomas Romig explains why he is so bullish on European equities, despite the political risks on the continent.
ESG funds are fast becoming a staple that caters for the appetite of Northern European investors. But in the centre of Europe’s automotive industry, Bavaria, investors are not quite as bothered with sustainability.
Here you can see a selection of photos taken at Expert Investor Deutschland in Munich on 25th October 2016.
Six in 10 institutional investors in the northern half of Europe believe they will fail to generate their target return over the next three years, according to a poll by Union Investment. Unlike their peers elsewhere, German investors put the blame squarely on the low-yield environment.