BNP Paribas Investment Partners provides an extensive range of investment expertise.
With one of the widest offerings available in developed equities, we provide clients with a choice of solutions to suit their specific investment needs and objectives. Common across all our equity expertise is a culture of excellence, based on a strong client focus.
Our diverse range of fixed income strategies enables our clients to exploit all of the opportunities that the global bond markets offer.
With our network of integrated investment teams and joint-venture partners across the globe, we are one of the world’s leading Emerging Markets asset managers. Our footprint covers 16 emerging markets locations across Latin America, Emerging Europe and Asia Pacific regions.
We provide a broad range of multi-asset products and solutions for institutional and retail investors ranging from balanced, income and flexible asset allocation funds to a sophisticated, all-encompassing fiduciary service.
Our structured capabilities consist of three distinct areas of expertise: protected investment, indexed investment and model-driven management.
We cover the fields of hedge funds, private equity and incubation.
We offer a broad range of SRI products to meet the needs of clients who are keen to combine return potential with making a positive impact on the environment and society.
BNP Paribas Investment Partners has activities in the wealth management and collective employee saving plans and retirement investment areas.
We select managers and/or funds that can be blended to suit any investment objective and policy, thanks to our rigorous selection process covering most asset classes.
BNP Paribas Investment Partners enhances SRI fund range with new “Responsible Dividend” Equity strategy.
BNP Paribas Investment Partners in association with PWM Expert Series - Interview n°3
Helena Viñes Fiestas, our Head of Sustainability Research, talks to PWM's Yuri Bender about sustainable investing. Discover the third video interview, "Socially responsible strategies and themes".