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About us

BNP Paribas Asset Management is the investment arm of BNP Paribas. BNPP AM aims to generate long-term sustainable investment returns for its clients, based on a unique sustainability-driven philosophy.



Sustainability is embedded within BNP Paribas Asset Management’s strategy and investment decision-making.



We integrate sustainable investment practices into the heart of what we do. We want the investments we make to be a driving force for change: for our clients, their beneficiaries and the world we live in. To do this, we need people that are passionate about making a change in this world.


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