The sustainable investor for a changing world

Sustainable investing is rooted in BNPP AM’s values and history.  In 2002 we created a dedicated ESG research team and launched our first socially responsible fund, and today we are continuing to strengthen our range of SRI-labelled funds.

Pierre Moulin, Member of our Executive Committee comments: “We have been committed to SRI investment for two decades, and have grown and evolved with the various developments and regulations that have shaped the SRI market to become ‘The sustainable investor for a changing world’. This 20 year anniversary also represents a strong endorsement of our SRI labelling strategy.


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