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Time to bet for Europe’s future

Today, on 9 May, we are celebrating Europe Day, the anniversary of the historic declaration made by Schuman, the French Foreign Minister who in 1950 proposed a new way of cooperating that would prevent the break out of another world war. He laid the foundations for the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), starting point […]

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Corporate governance sets the course for responsible investment

According to the 2018 Climate Change and Sustainability Survey conducted by EY, 97% of institutional investors evaluate environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria of the companies they have on the radar before deciding to invest in them. The importance of ESG criteria is on the rise; in the previous year, 2017, 78% of percentage of […]

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More women leaders, more equality

As on every 8 March, there are people who pose the question of whether an International Women’s Day continues to be necessary today. I am firmly convinced that it still is. We have made great progress, but we are yet to live in an egalitarian society, not even in many of the most developed countries […]

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