Sustainable Investing is about making better investment decisions for clients and promoting sustainable development for everyone at the same time. It is not a compromise; it is a necessity. — Brian Minns, Sustainable Investment Manager at Addenda Capital
We believe the combination of active management with active stewardship helps us act more like owners, and in so doing, better serve our clients.
Low economic growth persists despite all intensified efforts from successive governments and central banks. What’s changed?
Benoît Durocher, Executive Vice President and Chief Economic Strategist, explains.
Addenda Capital Inc. and SEI Trust Company today announced a partnership to launch a collective investment trust (CIT) fund in the United States. The Montréal-based, SEC-registered investment management firm with more than USD$20 billion in assets under management will act as an advisor for the CIT.
We are a leading multi-asset investment firm, creating value and confidence for Canadian investors through long views, broad assessments and close partnerships.
Addenda Capital hosted its 2017 Investor Day in Toronto and Montréal in May: “Entering a New Regime” featuring the Right Honorable Brian Mulroney, former Prime Minister of Canada.
Benoît Durocher, Executive Vice-President & Chief Economic Strategist, outlines the factors that influence the direction of interest rates in Canada and explains the indicators that determine the strength of the global economy.
The impact of climate change is not limited to the weather but increasingly exerts influence
on the economy and financial markets. In a speech today by Deputy Governor Tim Lane,
the Bank of Canada joined into the fray of central banks and regulatory bodies in other
countries mindful of the disruptions climate change might have on the financial system.
After an extended period of sluggish economic growth, the global economy is
showing increasing signs of progress. Some will say that the lethargy has lasted long
enough and that it is high time for the long winter that followed the Great Recession
to make way for more invigorating weather.
In a few weeks, many people will be focused on keeping up with their new year’s resolutions. It will also be the start of an important season in the financial industry: voting season. Indeed, the majority of annual meetings take place during the first half of the calendar year.