Robeco

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Robeco is a pure play international asset manager founded in 1929. It currently has 15 offices worldwide and is headquartered in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Through its unique integration of fundamental, sustainable and quantitative research, Robeco is able to offer both institutional and private investors an extensive selection of active investment strategies, covering a broad range of asset classes. As at 30 September 2018, Robeco had EUR 171 billion in assets under management, 70% of which were institutional. Robeco is a subsidiary of ORIX Corporation Europe N.V. which had assets under management of EUR 299 billion as at 30 September 2018. More information is available at www.robeco.com.

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  • Outlook 2019: Turbulence ahead weblink

    Next year we expect the markets to have two faces. The bright economic picture is expected to be overshadowed by concerns that this long bull market will soon end; think rising interest rates, protectionism, Italy, Brexit. Investors would be well-advised to prepare for these concerns becoming reality.

  • Two European headaches: Brexit and Italy weblink

    Drawing a line under both of these situations will help European equities deliver improved relative performance within a global equity portfolio, and banks will play a key role in this.

  • Guide to low volatility investing weblink

    This new edition includes recent figures and a new section on income generation. Our guide dives into the history of low volatility investing in equity markets and covers the basics of this investment approach, as well as some practical implementation aspects.

  • Three megatrends shaping the world weblink

    Three megatrends reflecting each aspect of the environmental, social and governance (ESG) spectrum are shaping the sustainability investing world.

  • Factor investing in corporate bond markets - Client Case Studies weblink

    Does factor investing work for credits? What added value does it offer and how should investors go about finding a credit factor solution to suit their requirements? 

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Head Office
Weena 850
Rotterdam
3014 DA
The Netherlands
Company website:
http://www.robeco.com
Parent Company:
ORIX Corporation
Year Founded:
1929
No. of investment offices worldwide:
15

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  • investment outlook 2019

    Outlook 2019: Turbulence ahead

    White papersWed, 28 Nov 2018

    Next year we expect the markets to have two faces. The bright economic picture is expected to be overshadowed by concerns that this long bull market will soon end; think rising interest rates, protectionism, Italy, Brexit. Investors would be well-advised to prepare for these concerns becoming reality.

  • two european headaches

    Two European headaches: Brexit and Italy

    White papersWed, 28 Nov 2018

    Drawing a line under both of these situations will help European equities deliver improved relative performance within a global equity portfolio, and banks will play a key role in this.

  • guide to low volatility investing

    Guide to low volatility investing

    White papersWed, 28 Nov 2018

    This new edition includes recent figures and a new section on income generation. Our guide dives into the history of low volatility investing in equity markets and covers the basics of this investment approach, as well as some practical implementation aspects.

  • three megatrends shaping the world

    Three megatrends shaping the world

    White papersWed, 28 Nov 2018

    Three megatrends reflecting each aspect of the environmental, social and governance (ESG) spectrum are shaping the sustainability investing world.

  • factor investing in corporate bond markets

    Factor investing in corporate bond markets - Client Case Studies

    White papersThu, 22 Nov 2018

    Does factor investing work for credits? What added value does it offer and how should investors go about finding a credit factor solution to suit their requirements? 

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