National Bank Investments becomes a Founding Participant in the Climate Engagement Canada initiative


Montreal, October 14, 2021 – National Bank Investments Inc. (“NBI”) is pleased to be a Founding Participant in the Climate Engagement Canada (“CEC”) initiative, a finance-led initiative that aims to drive dialogue between the financial community and Canadian corporations to promote a just transition to a net zero economy.

As a Founding Participant in the CEC initiative, NBI is actively participating in the transition to a net zero greenhouse gas emission economy by 2050 in accordance with the Paris Agreement. NBI participates in a variety of other committees that work to advance sustainable finance and Canadian and global climate goals.

This action is in line with NBI's mission to foster the growth and evolution of responsible investment and to continuously implement concrete measures to fight climate change.

To learn more about the CEC program, visit their website at


About National Bank Investments Inc

National Bank Investments Inc. (NBI) is an investment funds management firm committed to manufacturing and offering mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, investment solutions and services designed to help Canadian investors pursue their financial goals. As at September 30, 2021, assets under management in NBI products were valued at over $76 billion.

Guided by an open architecture strategy, NBI is dedicated to providing diverse solutions to meet the evolving needs of its clients. NBI consistently strives to be recognized as a key partner by combining innovation and excellence. NBI’s role is not limited to administrative aspects of management; NBI Advisory Services and its registered representatives form a team of specialists who provide information and advice to help advisors build portfolios adapted to their clients’ financial needs. Follow NBI’s activities at or via social media such as YouTube and LinkedIn.

National Bank Investments is a member of Canada’s Responsible Investment Association and a signatory of the United Nations-supported Principles for Responsible Investment.