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Candriam strengthens investment expertise with apppointment of five new fund managers

Candriam, a global multi-asset manager focused on sustainable and responsible investing, is pleased to announce the appointment of five new fund managers in response to continued investor demand for its product offering. They will all be based in Paris.

Candriam presents the first results of its Facial Recognition Technology Engagement Initiative

Candriam, a global sustainable and multi-asset focused investment manager, has published a one year update on its facial recognition technology (FRT) investor initiative, detailing engagement undertaken to address the human rights risks posed by the technology. Candriam, along with 20 other investors, including Aviva Investors, Domini Impact Investments LLC and Robeco, surveyed 15 companies involved in FRT to understand how these companies assess, manage, and mitigate human right risks.

Candriam supporta i consulenti finanziari nell'assistere le investitrici di alto profilo

CANDRIAM, gestore globale multi-asset con circa 150 mld di euro di AuM e una forte focalizzazione sugli investimenti sostenibili e responsabili, rafforza ulteriormente il proprio impegno nella formazione finanziaria e lancia il corso accreditato EFPA e riservato ai consulenti finanziari “Donne Investitrici e Consulenza Finanziaria. Oltre i luoghi comuni verso un luogo comune”. Il corso, della durata di 4 ore, sarà erogato online e/o in aula. A tenere il corso saranno docenti di Teseo, ente indipendente di ricerca e sviluppo di didattica applicata che dal 1999 opera nel campo della formazione nel settore degli intermediari finanziari.

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