Climate change and IFC
Thursday 29 March 2018
Climate change & IFC
Announced at the 2017 World Bank Spring Meeting, the IFC/Amundi partnership is an innovative platform and a pragmatic approach to unlocking institutional investors’ capital flows for climate finance in developing countries.
Combining deep expertise in both asset management and private sector development in emerging markets this new platform aims to raise institutional investor capital to help developing countries achieve long-term sustainable growth and climate action plan.
The strategy is designed to stimulate demand and supply of green bonds in emerging markets with the ability to share expertise in climate finance, emerging markets and green bond market in one package.
With a unique environment, social, and governance policy, the strategy aims to invest and to support the issuance of green bonds with strong environmental benefits and a measurable impact.
IFC and Amundi successfully close world’s largest green bond fund
The formation of the Amundi Planet EGO marks the end of a successful fundraising campaign, bringing together a large diversified network of institutional investors across Europe and the Middle East.
CREDIT TOUR 2017 The search for yield in 2017: exploring the case for credit We believe that in 2017 the ECB will continue to play quite a role in sustaining the asset class. Our models show that the average spreads of IG non-financial bonds eligible for the CSPP became tight compared to their fair values. On the other side of the Atlantic, the expected rebound in US growth triggered by Trump election is positive for US credit. The fundamental of US companies should remain stable and default rates trending down from the current “mini cycle” peaks. At the same time the leverage cycle is clearly ahead of the European one. At Amundi, we have again confidence in Credit cycle for 2017. The global credit allocation is continuously rebalanced between geographic zones We are delighted to invite you to come and participate to a high quality debate with our senior portfolio managers. They will be happy to share their views and the positioning of Credit in the current economic cycles Our speakers Mr Kenneth J. Monaghan Head of Global High Yield at Amundi Smith Breeden - Portfolio Manager of Amundi Funds Bond Global High YieldKenneth J. Monaghan is Managing Director and Head of Global High Yield. Prior to joining Amundi Smith Breeden in 2014, Mr. Monaghan was at Rogge Global Partners where he was Partner and Portfolio Manager responsible for US High Yield and was an integral part of Rogge’s Global High Yield strategy; he also ran Rogge's New York office. He co-founded the strategy in 1996 at a predecessor organization to ING and was co-portfolio manager of the strategy from its inception . Prior to becoming a portfolio manager, Mr. Monaghan spent 13 years at Salomon Brothers starting as a high yield analyst eventually heading Salomon's high yield research effort in New York Mr. Monaghan is a graduate of Colgate University and holds both a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in Finance and a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree from New York University. Mr Gregoire Pesques, CFA Head of Global Credit at Amundi - Portfolio Manager of Amundi Funds Bond global corporate and Amundi Multi-Asset Credit StrategyGrégoire Pesquès is Head of Global Credit for Amundi London. Prior to joining Amundi London in 2011, he was Deputy Head of Credit Management and Head of US Credit of Amundi. Grégoire joined SGAM (now Amundi Group) in 1998 as a Credit Fund Manager, mostly dedicated to High Yield and Investment Grade. He was then appointed Head of the Credit and Convertibles Team (IG and HY) in October 2005. Gregoire began his career in 1994 as a Fixed Income portfolio manager at Banque Transatlantique where he launched and managed one of the first High Yield funds in Europe. Grégoire graduated in Finance and holds a post-graduate degree in Finance and Banking from the University of Paris I Sorbonne. Grégoire is a CFA Charterholder. Research paper Corporate bond markets in 2017 and beyond - Growth versus technical factors Welcome to an amazing year 2017 Linked Products Pitchbook Amundi Funds Bonds Global High yield Amundi Global High yield Amundi Funds Global Corporate Amundi Global Corporate I want to attend
AMUNDI INVESTMENT DAY - 3 and 4 November 2016
Are emerging markets the new safe haven?With the political and economic instability faced by developed countries, the main question is : are emerging markets the new safe haven?Is that an illusion or a new reality?Are we facing a structural shift of center of gravity?Pleased find below all the documents presented the 3 & 4 November at Paris during the Amundi Investment Day. Plenary session AID 1 C Pellis - Introduction AID 2 how the international trade AID 2 Speech of Mr Lee AID 4 launch of Schenzhen AID 5 Charles Gave AID 6 Abbas Goldilocks for emerging markets debt AID 7 ist the MSCI way Break out session Workshop AF Bond global emerging Corporate October2016 Workshop AF Bond Global emerging Workshop AF Emerging conservative Workshop AF Equity Emerging Focus Workshop AF Equity emerging world Workshop AF equity India Research Paper TRUMP vs CLINTON investment challenges and strategies November 2016 Why emerging markets may be the major story for 2016 … and beyond The emergence of the Renminbi