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BOS BNP Paribas Asset Management: DBI/ RDT – Sustainable investing in global equites for the long–term – “Greatness is Sustainability”

DBI/ RDT  – Sustainable investing in global equites for the long–term – “Greatness is Sustainability”

We firmly believe in finding quality companies and holding them for the very long term to achieve quality investment performance to meet our clients’ expectations with associated benefits to society.

In this session Jonathan will discuss what makes a quality company and why sustainability, diversity, the environment, technology, growth, investment, innovation and return on capital are at the heart of it.  Our focus on absolute return tends to make this fund defensive in down markets. The fund has an ultra-low carbon footprint and a very high ESG score which is why it has a Febelfin label.

BNP Paribas Asset Mgmt launched its 1st SRI fund in 2001 and has been a global leader in sustainable investing ever since.  

Speakers FIF 2021

Jonathan Barnett – Senior Portfolio Manager  – BNP Paribas B Invest Global Equity D (DBI / RDT) 

Jonathan  is a senior portfolio manager based in London. Prior to joining BNP Paribas Asset Management, he held senior positions at leading global hedge funds, including Moore Capital and Caxton Associates, where he managed long only and absolute return strategies for institutional investors.

Jonathan started as an equity analyst at Ord Minnett (now JPM) in 1993 and at SG Warburg (now UBS). He moved into sales at UBS and then Goldman Sachs before moving into asset management in 2004 at Moore Capital, where his team successfully predicted the credit crisis.

Jonathan holds a MSc Business Economics from Manchester University & a BA Hons in Economics from Portsmouth University. 

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