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Paul Severin am 21st December 2015

Willingness of energy companies to enter into a dialogue is sobering

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The Paris climate conference has yet again confronted the public with the importance of a sustainable and environmentally friendly economy for the future of our planet. The goal of imposing a cap on global warming of below two degrees centigrade requires a Herculean effort. Paul Severin interviews Clemens Klein, senior fund manager about the results of the conference.

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Paul Severin am 08th July 2015

Dialogue is worthwhile – An example of Erste Asset Management’s Engagement

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Engagement means that investors enter into a dialogue with companies, aiming to persuade them to act more responsibly. This can be a long and tedious process, but this kind of communication is certainly worthwhile.

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Paul Severin am 30th April 2015

Bangladesch – The current situation in the textile industry

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Last Friday, 24 April marked the second anniversary of the collapse of the Rana Plaza complex in Bangladesh, in which more than 1,100 people perished. Immediately following the disaster, which represented the climax of a string of similar events in the textile industry there, the Bangladesh Memorandum was adopted. ERSTE-SPARINVEST was one of the first major asset management companies to join this initiative as a signatory. In this interview, Alexander Osojnik, Senior ESG Analyst at Erste Asset Management (EAM), speaks about developments in the global textile industry.

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