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Since 2015, the United Nations have established an international reference for responsible investments with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which bring together 17 major challenges to transform our world, including the energy transition, the fight against poverty, the access to education or gender equality.
We give a special importance to topics that affect everyone : living wage, child labor, access to nutrition and the fight against food waste. Through our investments and our policy of engagement for influence, we act concretely and truly for sustainable development.
Policymakers continue to implement comprehensive strategies to fostering sustainable finance. Most notably, in March 2018, the European Commission adopted its action plan resting on three pillars: (i) re-orienting capital flows towards sustainable investments; (ii) managing financial risks stemming from climate change; and (iii) fostering transparency and long-termism in financial activities.
Moving towards 2020, volatility, agility and liquidity are the keywords for multi-asset investors: Accommodative central banks, economic slowdown and geopolitical hotspots will continue to move the market, offering opportunities.
CIO views: High conviction ideas from Amundi Global Investment Committee.