News & Knowledge

2018, 30 May

White paper Infrastructure

Infrastructure comprises all the facilities that are crucial to the proper functioning of the economy and society. This includes toll roads, airports and ports, but also drinking water systems, power stations and wind farms. This makes infrastructure a highly diverse asset class. Compared to listed equity investments, for example, it is also a relatively defensive asset class. This is due to the stability of infrastructure assets and the essential nature of the related services.

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2018, 18 May

Salomons' Judgement

When risk-free interest rates have disappeared and investments are made based on misperceptions, it’s time to look for a place where pressures erupt. The plates are shifting. Something is brewing.

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2018, 11 May

Asset Allocation update May

On balance, global equity markets hardly moved in April. Yet differences were visible in some regions. While the S&P500 moved sideways, European and Japanese equities in fact underwent a recovery. In contrast, emerging market equities closed the month at a loss.

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2018, 09 May

The Dividend Letter

Each quarter we publish an entry on a specific theme relevant to our investment process. This time we discuss risk.

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2018, 04 May

Salomons' Judgement

Put a select group of international investors together in a hotel for a few days to discuss the financial markets and one thing becomes clear: making money is a challenge.

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2018, 04 May

Monthly Commentary

London - 4 May 2018. Welcome to this month's commentary, where we look back over the month of April.

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2018, 02 May

Kempen Capital Management launches Private Markets Fund

Amsterdam, 2 May 2018 – Kempen Capital Management announces the introduction of its new Private Markets Fund. This investment fund combines four different asset classes in the private sector: unlisted companies in private equity, infrastructure, land, and real estate.

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2018, 01 May

Kempen names new Senior Investment Manager

London, 1 May 2018. Kempen Capital Management (Kempen) has appointed Athole Skinner to the role of Senior Investment Manager. Athole will join the European Small-cap team based in Edinburgh.

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2018, 26 April

Kempen and responsible investment in 2017

How did Kempen perform as a responsible investor in 2017? What are the most important market developments whenit comes to sustainability and ESG factors? Read this and more in our extensive report on responsible investment over the past year.

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2020, 22 January

Kempen sharpens its focus on alternative investments with the appointment of Anne Mei Poppe

Kempen Capital Management (Kempen) has strengthened its alternative solutions team with the appointment of Anne Mei Poppe as alternative investment specialist. Her appointment demonstrates Kempen’s commitment to boosting growth in alternative investments.

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2020, 14 January

Kempen boosts Client Solutions team with the appointment of Peter Ruesink

Kempen Capital Management (Kempen) has appointed Peter Ruesink as Fiduciary Manager/Client Director of the Client Solutions team as of 1 January. He will focus specifically on serving institutional fiduciary clients using his expertise on data science strategies. With this appointment, Kempen further specialises as a data driven organisation.

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2019, 16 December

Kempen European Private Equity Fund reaches maximum capacity with final close at € 192.5 million

Amsterdam, 16 December 2019. The final close of the Kempen European Private Equity Fund, the private equity fund managed by Kempen Capital Management (Kempen), took place on Friday 13 December 2019. The total committed capital amounts to € 192.5 million, which brings the fund to its maximum capacity.

2019, 11 December

Dutch financials make significant progress with PCAF carbon accounting methodology

The number of Dutch banks, insurance companies and pension funds working on calculating the climate impact of their loans and investments is growing. Seventeen financials with a total assets under management of 2 trillion euros are now part of the Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials (PCAF), which has developed a carbon accounting methodology to map the carbon emissions of loans and investments.

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