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first_imgThe €28bn Dutch pension fund for employees of ING Bank and NN Group has appointed Robeco to help it implement its sustainable investment policy, it said today.According to a statement, Robeco will advise Pensioenfonds ING on environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) issues, for example in the field of policy, legislation and regulations.Robeco will also carry out voting and engagement activities for the pension fund and, in collaboration with Corestone, provide ESG screening and reporting activities on the total portfolio.“In this way, ING underlines the importance it attaches to sustainability and takes the next step towards its long-term goal of ensuring a good pension for all participants,” the pension fund said. A spokesperson for Pensioenfonds ING told IPE that Hermes EOS previously mandated for engagement and executing proxy voting. The pension fund selected Robeco “because it is well acquainted with the Dutch situation in the field of ESG and because of its advisory services”. Pensioenfonds ING is the now-closed pension fund in which current and former employees of ING Bank and NN Group accrued pension savings until 2014. It is a signatory of a Dutch pension fund industry agreement on responsible investment (IMVB). Wim van Iersel, executive director of the pension fund, said: “We want to give substance to the pension agreements that ING Bank and NN Group have placed with us for their current and former employees.“In this context, sustainability is an important aspect that will only become more important in the future.”André van den Heuvel, head of institutional clients for the Netherlands and Nordics at Robeco, said: “The combination of the various ESG facets makes this a unique collaboration and a good match.”last_img read more

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first_img Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy 1 Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy fully deserves his shock call-up to the England squad, insists manager Nigel Pearson.The Foxes forward, who has scored four goals this season, has been selected for international duty for the first time just three years after playing non-league football.The 28-year-old will link up with his new team-mates for their friendly away to the Republic of Ireland and the Euro 2016 qualifier in Slovenia next month.Last year Vardy admitted he could have quit Leicester as he struggled to adapt following a 2012 move from Fleetwood.He was also rejected by Sheffield Wednesday as a youngster for being too small and Pearson insisted he has battled through adversity to reach the top.“I suppose it’s an indication there are lots of good players in non-league football,” said the City boss.“All I’d say is that Jamie is not as straightforward a character as you would probably think he is.“For lots of different reasons – and they’re not for discussion here. He’s had a few situations that he’s had to deal with on and off the field.“And, as most players do from time to time, he’s suffered with confidence which had coincided with other aspects he’s had to deal with.“But he’s a likeable lad and he’s someone I have an awful lot of time for.”Pearson added: “It’s very easy to judge people but when you consider where he was four seasons ago at Fleetwood, it’s quite an amazing turnaround.“When you look at his career in its entirety, it’s a good story, it’s probably the type of story that hasn’t happened in recent generations of players.“In my era, somebody put together an England team where their roots were from non-league football, it doesn’t happen much these days.“It’s proof that stories can still happen.”last_img read more