News & Knowledge

2019, 12 April

Statement: investor’s expectations of oil and gas companies

On Monday, 8 April 2019, shareholder group Follow This announced the withdrawal of its climate resolution calling on Royal Dutch Shell to change its climate policy. We, NN Investment Partners, PME and PMT (Fiduciary manager MN), ACTIAM, Aegon, Kempen Capital Management and Achmea Investment Management, are supportive of this decision and the progress Shell has made in 2018 in the pathway towards achieving the Paris agreement goals.

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2019, 10 April

Kempen Insight - April 2019

Our Spring edition focuses on ‘Doing well by doing good’. How do you measure impact investing? How do we transfer world stage trends to the level of our own investments, portfolio or pension fund? You can read more on the latest edition of our magazine.

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2019, 09 April

Kempen wins five Lipper Fund Awards

Amsterdam, 9 April 2019 - At the Lipper Fund Awards from Refinitiv 2019 Netherlands, Kempen Capital Management (Kempen) has won five awards.

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2019, 06 April

Van Lanschot Kempen mourns Floris Oliemans

Amsterdam, 6 April 2019 - It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that we share that our colleague Floris Oliemans passed away. Floris was ill for several month. His death comes as a big shock to us all.

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2019, 05 April

Salomons' Judgement

What should a group of talented and passionate students about to become investors know apart from the theory?

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2019, 02 April

What if things go wrong?

Turbulence is the word doing the rounds in financial markets around the world. All the signs point to the next twelve months as being a challenging period with many different factors playing into investment decisions.

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2019, 26 March

Small is Beautiful

Focus on Private Equity companies

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2019, 26 March

Asset Allocation update March

Economists and analysts are downgrading their economic outlook and earnings numbers. At the same time markets are approaching new highs. The rally was triggered by the central bank policy U-turn in the US. Then relief over trade and expectations that Brexit will be delayed gave an extra boost.

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2019, 22 March

Salomons' Judgement

The cemetery is full of investors who have vainly anticipated an interest rate rise in Japan in the last two decades. I’m afraid that room must be made available for new investors expecting interest rates to rise in Europe.

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