This morning Olaf van den Heuvel and Hendrik Tuch gave there view on the Dutch election outcome, the upcoming European election cycle and their possible impact on financial markets on Bloomberg.
Aegon Asset Management has joined with 15 other investors and insurers to urge the G20 to end fossil fuel subsidies by 2020. Together these companies have assets under management of US$ 2.8 trillion.
Please be aware of a scam e-mail which is impersonating the domain name of Aegon Asset Management.
Aegon has joined a consortium, with combined assets of over €2.8 trillion, to support investment in the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Tomorrow they will invite the Dutch government and Central Bank to join them in this support.
A new project to develop a more reliable approach to understanding climate investment risk marks an ambitious attempt by Aegon to escape the inconsistencies in carbon data and climate risk definitions that make comparisons difficult.
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