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Monte dei Paschi investors back latest cash call

By Silvia Ognibene and Valentina Za SIENA, Italy, Sept 15 (Reuters) - Shareholders in Monte dei Paschi di Siena (MPS) BMPS.MI on Thursday approved the sale of new shares for up to 2.5 billion euros ($2.5 billion), while doubts linger on whether the state-owned bank can pull off its latest cash call. Five years after a bailout that handed the state a 64% stake, MPS needs more money to cut costs by shedding thousands of staff through costly early retirements, and to replenish its capital buffers.
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Return of coal a threat to European companies' ESG ratings

By Carolyn Cohn and Christoph Steitz LONDON/FRANKFURT, July 26 (Reuters) - European companies turning to coal as an alternative to Russian gas face a hit to their environmental, social and governance ratings, leaving them scrambling to impress investors still vocal on sustainability. Despite an energy crisis following sanctions on Russia, major European investors say they will not relax their investment principles of reaching net zero targets on greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 or earlier.
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EU watchdog tackles insurance policy price differences

LONDON, July 11 (Reuters) - The European Union's insurance watchdog launched a public consultation on Monday to crack down on how insurers unfairly charge customers different prices for the same type of cover. The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) said it was looking in particular at so-called price walking. This practice refers to raising premiums when a policy is being renewed based on an assessment of how much of a hike a consumer would tolerate before shopping ar
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Bridgewater's bearish bets on European stocks jump to $10.5 bln - Bloomberg News

June 23 (Reuters) - Bridgewater Associates has raised its short position on European stocks to $10.5 billion, nearly doubling from the previous week, according to a Bloomberg News report on Thursday, in a sign the hedge fund was increasingly bearish on equities in the continent. Bridgewater disclosed short bets against 28 companies that include individual wagers of more than $500 million against ASML Holding NV ASML.AS , TotalEnergies SE TTFE.PA , Sanofi SASY.PA and SAP SE SAPG.DE , according to
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Bridgewater bets $6.7 billion against European stocks

By Carolina Mandl NEW YORK, June 16 (Reuters) - Bridgewater Associates has placed at least $6.7 billion in bets against European stocks, according to data group Breakout Point, in a sign that the hedge fund firm may be pessimistic about companies on the continent. Using Bridgewater's public disclosures, Breakout Point calculated that the Connecticut-based fund has bet against 21 European companies so far this week, in sectors ranging from finance to energy.
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Bridgewater bets $6.7 billion against European stocks

By Carolina Mandl NEW YORK, June 16 (Reuters) - Bridgewater Associates has placed at least $6.7 billion in bets against European stocks, according to data group Breakout Point, in a sign that the hedge fund firm may be pessimistic about companies on the continent. Using Bridgewater's public disclosures, Breakout Point calculated that the Connecticut-based fund has bet against 21 European companies so far this week, in sectors ranging from finance to energy.
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AXA registers Shanghai fund unit as city seeks revival from COVID

SHANGHAI, June 2 (Reuters) - AXA Investment Managers has completed registration for a private fund unit in Shanghai, as Chinese regulators streamline processes to help foreign and local asset managers revive businesses amid COVID-19 outbreaks. Other filings with the Asset Management Association of China (AMAC) show that Shanghai subsidiaries of global asset managers including Neuberger Berman, Abrdn Plc, Winton and Barings finished fundraising for their local fund products during the city's two-
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AXA registers fund unit amid Shanghai business revival push

SHANGHAI, June 2 (Reuters) - AXA Investment Managers has completed registration for a private fund unit in Shanghai, as Chinese regulators streamline processes to help foreign and local asset managers revive businesses amid Covid-19 outbreaks. Other filings with the Asset Management Association of China (AMAC) also show that Shanghai subsidiaries of global asset managers including Neuberger Berman, Abrdn Plc, Winton and Barings finished fundraising for their local fund products during the city's
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Asset managers commit $16 trillion of assets to net-zero target

LONDON, May 31 (Reuters) - Asset managers have so far committed $16 trillion of assets to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 or sooner, 39% of their total assets, the latest report from the Net Zero Asset Managers Initiative on Tuesday showed. The group, launched in late 2020 to encourage asset managers to reach net zero by 2050 and help keep global temperature rises to 1.5 degrees Celsius, now has 273 signatories, including the likes of AXA Investment Managers, Aviva Investors an
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AXA Completes Placement Of EUR 1.25 Billion Dated Subordinated Notes

May 25 (Reuters) - AXA SA AXAF.PA : * AXA ANNOUNCED THE SUCCESSFUL PLACEMENT OF EURO 1.25 BILLION DATED SUBORDINATED NOTES DUE 2043, PDF * COMPRISING AXA XL USD 500 MILLION 4.45% SUBORDINATED NOTES DUE 2025 AND AXA XL EURO 500 MILLION 3.25% SUBORDINATED NOTES DUE 2047 * INITIAL FIXED RATE HAS BEEN SET AT 4.25% PER ANNUM UNTIL END OF 6-MONTH CALL WI
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AXA fund arm toughens stance on climate, directors ahead of AGM season

* AXA IM may vote against board if ESG management lacking * Policy will target U.S., UK ethnic diversity laggards * Firm will vote against pay policy if no or weak ESG targets By Simon Jessop LONDON, April 20 (Reuters) - French insurer AXA's AXAF.PA fund arm plans to take a tougher stance on company directors as part of a new policy on environmental and social issues that will guide its voting at company annual general meetings, it said on Thursday.
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Financial Times - April 12

April 12 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines - Elon Musk decides against joining Twitter board on.ft.com/3rhUA73 - NSO Group's private equity manager risks being ousted in court battle on.ft.com/3O7DZga - Axa shareholders urged to vote against CEO's new pay packet on.ft.com/3xkXdbX - Epic Games secures $2 billion from Sony and Lego to build gaming metaverse on.ft.com/38CjmrX
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Britain considering more defensive support for Ukraine

LONDON, Dec 7 (Reuters) - Britain stands by Ukraine and is considering extending more defensive support to the former Soviet republic, a British junior foreign minister said on Tuesday. "Let us be very clear: we stand by Ukraine," Vicky Ford told the British parliament. "We are considering an extension of purely defensive support to Ukraine to help Ukraine defend itself.
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West could cut Russia from SWIFT, sanction Nord Stream, Latvia says

* West could cut Russia from SWIFT, Latvia says * West could sanction Nord Stream, Latvia says * NATO must strengthen eastern flank, Latvia says * Will Putin invade Ukraine? Try astrology, Latvia says By Guy Faulconbridge LONDON, Dec 7 (Reuters) - The West must send a strong message to Russia to deter it from invading Ukraine, including cutting Russia off from the SWIFT payment system, sanctioning the Nord Stream 2 pipeline and strengthening NATO's eastern flank, Latvia said on Tuesday.
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West could cut Russia from SWIFT, sanction Nord Stream, Latvia says

LONDON, Dec 7 (Reuters) - The West must send a strong message to Russia to deter the Kremlin from invading Ukraine, including cutting Russia off from the SWIFT payment system, sanctioning the Nord Stream 2 pipeline and strengthening NATO's eastern flank, Latvia said on Tuesday. "Russia needs to know in advance what the economic price tag is," Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs told Reuters in an interview in London.
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Junk bond jolt marks time on strangely serene year: Mike Dolan

By Mike Dolan LONDON, Dec 3 (Reuters) - If financial volatility at large is finally being uncorked, the most cossetted assets may be jolted from their slumber. For most of the 20 months since the pandemic hit, financial assets have been buoyed by waves of government and central bank intervention designed to protect workers and businesses while authorities suspended economic activity to suppress the virus.
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Celebrations and tears; collapse of MPS talks leaves Rome chasing Plan B

* Treasury in talks with EU over new deadline, targets for MPS * Hard to lure private investors into new cash call - bankers * UniCredit share swap backed MPS cash call in failed deal * MPS set to turn first to insurance partner AXA - sources By Valentina Za and Giuseppe Fonte MILAN, Nov 15 (Reuters) - Staff at Monte dei Paschi di Siena BMPS.MI branches across northern Italy had circled Oct.
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Generali CEO says it will present "very ambitious" 3-year plan on Dec. 15

MILAN, Oct 20 (Reuters) - Italy's top insurer Generali GASI.MI will announce a "very ambitious" new three-year strategic plan on Dec. 15 and is still looking at Europe and Asia for possible M&A opportunities, its chief executive said on Wednesday. Philippe Donnet, at the helm of the insurer since 2016, has come under fire from two shareholders -- the Italian businessmen Francesco Gaetano Caltagirone and Leonardo Del Vecchio -- who have criticised his M&A strategy as too timid and want Generali t
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France's Axa to invest 1.5 bln euros to fight deforestation

PARIS, Oct 14 (Reuters) - French insurer Axa said on Thursday it will invest 1.5 billion euros ($1.74 billion) to support sustainable forest management as part of new commitments to fight deforestation and preserve biodiversity. The announcement comes a day after more than 100 countries called for urgent action on biodiversity with the 'Kunming Declaration' in China.
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After Wild West start, scooter providers chase scale to survive

By Nick Carey and Carolyn Cohn LONDON, Oct 14 (Reuters) - The era of breakneck growth for electric scooter firms is giving way to more selective expansion focused on profits as they face tougher regulations, more demanding customers and wary insurers. Hurt badly by global coronavirus lockdowns last year, companies offering by-the-minute rental of e-scooters say ridership is soaring to pre-COVID 19 levels among urban consumers eager to avoid public transport or taxis.
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