BNP Paribas Asset Management is also the responsible investor for a changing world. As such, our role is to reconcile the performance expected by our clients with today’s social and environmental challenges.
Our approach to responsibility
At BNP Paribas Asset Management we’re working towards a world where all investing is responsible. For us, investing responsibly isn’t just about embracing the social values and global concerns we share with our clients, it’s about investing in a brighter future that delivers long-term rewards for both our clients and future generations.
Our economic responsibility
As a leading global asset manager, BNP Paribas Asset Management is committed to being a responsible investor in all aspects of its business.
Environmental, Social & Governance policy
Considering environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in all investment decisions for our open-ended funds is an integral part of our approach to responsible investment.
Sustainable & Responsible Investment
BNP Paribas Asset Mabagement’s offering includes a broad range of SRI products to meet the needs of clients who are keen to combine return potential and making a positive impact on the environment and society.
As a part of our CSR development as a responsible asset manager, we contribute to a low carbon economy. Since 2002, we are committed to taking practical measures to combat climate change and protect the value of our clients’ investments over the long term.
Our teams’ expertise lies at the heart of our success. This expertise serves our clients in bringing them the financial performance that they rightly expect from us.
As an engaged contributor to civil society, we ensure the promotion of human rights in everything we do. We support the development of social and solidarity-based companies, social entrepreneurship and worldwide microfinance. We are a committed partner to non-profit organisations working to improve education, health, culture and social supportiveness.
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