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Marouane Bouchriha

Senior Fund Manager

Marouane joined Candriam in 2022 as Senior Fund Manager in the Thematic Global Equity Team, focusing on climate action and the effort to limit global warming.

He began his career in 2015 at Edmond de Rothschild AM in Paris as an Equity Analyst on environment-related themes. From 2018 to 2022 he co-managed a climate solutions focused global mandate and an energy evolution fund which centred on the ongoing climate related energy transition. Beginning in 2020 he also became lead manager of the EdR Green New Deal fund, a global equity climate fund.

Marouane holds a Masters in Financial Markets and Risk Evaluation from the Toulouse School of Economics, where he is an external lecturer on Sustainable Finance and ESG analysis. He became a CFA Charterholder in 2018.

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Climate Action, ESG, SRI, Equities, US elections, Marouane Bouchriha

2024 US Elections and Climate Policy Impact

The impact of the 2024 elections on the decarbonization theme is of paramount importance, considering that the year marks a significant electoral period globally with 64 countries and the European Union - representing nearly half of the global population - heading to the polls.
Research Paper, Marouane Bouchriha, Tom Van Ginneken, Hydrogen

Green Innovations: Hydrogen

Hydrogen, first documented back in 1766, is the simplest, lightest and most abundant chemical element in our universe, the first element in the periodic table, and yet it made it possible for humans to explore space. For right and wrong reasons, hydrogen has also often been cited as the number one solution to decarbonization.
Outlook 2024, Alix Chosson, Nicolas Rutsaert, Marouane Bouchriha, Nicolas Cleris

Energy Transition Turbulence: Structural or Cyclical?

Rising rates, changing regulations, whipsawing and rapidly-reversing input costs – Investments in clean energies have both never been as high and never been as challenged as in 2023.
Research Paper, ESG, SRI, Marouane Bouchriha

Green Innovations: Biofuels

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has been yet another wake-up call for our need for energy independence. While Europe's reliance on Russian gas was evident, Russia is also one of the largest oil producers, exporting half of its production to Europe before February 2022.

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