Sustainability: where are we now?

Presented by

Thomas Kaegi (Moderator) , Michael Baldinger (Head of Sustainability), Martijn Oosterwoud (Head of SI investment specialists)

About this talk

Explore Sustainable Investment Opportunities at our next webinar. Recent years have seen sustainable investing (SI) shift to the mainstream. This growing demand has been fueled by investors seeking to align their investments to their values. UBS Asset Management sits at the forefront of this transformation, having offered sustainable solutions for over 20 years. We continue to expand our offering and services, helping you align your sustainability objectives, without compromising your financial goals. We will share with you our proprietary SI market insights, our approach to ESG integration in our mainstream investments and introduce you to a set of innovative sustainability focused strategies.

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