The French Expert of RI

Media and Research Centre, Novethic works to improve knowledge and practices on Responsible Investment (RI) in the financial sector.

Novethic - The French Expert of SRI

ESG STRATEGIES FOR RESPONSIBLE INVESTORS

This educational one-day event is aimed at European asset owners and features round tables and theme-based workshops on the integration of ESG issues in asset management.

The 2014 edition

The 2014 edition
ESG STRATEGIES FOR RESPONSIBLE INVESTORS

JOIN US AT THE NOVETHIC ANNUAL EVENT

Friday, 5 December – Champs Elysées, Paris

Hearing investors talk about climate change is possible... at Novethic's annual conference !

A year ahead of the COP21 in Paris, the Novethic Annual Event aims at gathering the heads of the European leading financial institutions willing to fight against climate change.

Will you be part of it ?

Novethic - The French Expert of SRI

THE FUND LABELS

Novethic has created two different Labels (SRI et Green Fund) to provide members of the public with a guarantee of the transparency of the products offered by investment management firms.

THE 2014 EDITION OF THE LABELS

THE 2014 EDITION OF THE LABELS
THE FUND LABELS

118 awarded the Label in 2014

The Novethic SRI Label guarantees that the processes of SRI funds are both transparent and instructive for investors. In 2014, it was awarded to 111 funds.

The Novethic Green Fund Label has been awarded since 2013 to financial products focused on environmental activities. In 2014, it was awarded to 7 funds.

Novethic - The French Expert of SRI

THE RI REPORTS

As the only source of SRI data in France, Novethic analyses major market developments to help the financial sector to gain greater insight in SRI issues.

THE LATEST REPORT

THE LATEST REPORT
THE RI REPORTS

Novethic's Barometer 2014

French listed companies have in the last decade significantly increased the volume of information they disclose on sustainability. Novethic’s 2014 Barometer investigates how listed French real estate companies clarify their environmental action plans and produce evidence on their progress. An increasing number of real estate companies are setting publicly disclosed targets to improve the environmental performance of their portfolios, but half of them are struggling to meet their objectives.