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09/01/2017

H2O Asset Management Expands Investment Expertise By Launching Innovative Fund Range

H2O Asset Management today announced that it is expanding its product range with the launch of the H2O Barry funds.

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15/12/2016

Natixis Asset Management’s 2017 outlook

Natixis Asset Management’s 2017 outlook: in the current market context characterized by political uncertainties and increased volatility, diversification and a selective approach will be key in seeking out yield

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05/12/2016

Mirova Core Infrastructure Fund (“MCIF”) acquires 85% of the share capital of Aton per il Progetto S.r.l. (“Aton”)

Mirova, the Natixis Asset Management’s subsidiary dedicated to responsible investment, today informs that MCIF has completed the acquisition of a majority stake (85%) in the Italian concession company Aton. The latter is in charge of the construction and operation of a cogeneration plant station as well as a district heating network serving the Udine Hospital and north-west province of Udine (Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy).

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14/11/2016

Valeco Group and Mirova partner to build nine renewable energy projects in France totalling over 180 MW

The Valeco Group, a major player in renewable energy project development in France, has sold 49% of a holding company owning nine wind and solar power projects in France to Mirova-Eurofideme 3, a fund managed by Mirova, a subsidiary of Natixis Asset Management dedicated to responsible investment, The projects were developed and will be built by the Valeco Group which retains the remaining 51% ownership.

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03/11/2016

Mirova and Natixis AM take a stand for the protection of the Arctic

Mirova, Natixis Asset Management and three other investors, including Erafp, Ircantec and Prefon, lead an investment group in a statement relating to oil and gas exploration in the Arctic featuring 19 international signatories in total including Actiam, Axa Group, Bank J. Safra-Sarasin, BNP Paribas Investment Partners, Boston Common, Church of Sweden, Danske Capital, EdenTree, Friends Fiduciary Corporation, Nei Investments, Pax, Skandia, Trillium and Zevin. The combined assets of these investors total over 5 trillion euros.

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