Analysis of responsible investment regulations

May 02, 2022 with Marie Brault

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This episode explores the growing interest in responsible investing as well as the lack of standardization in the field. Greenwashing is a term that refers to the risk that some issuers, whether intentionally or unintentionally, mislead investors about environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues. In a survey conducted by the Responsible Investment Association in 2021, 81% of advisors expressed concern about greenwashing, while 74% expressed concern about a lack of standards. Marie Brault, Vice President, Legal Services at National Bank Investments, breaks down the issue.

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Martin Lefebvre

Martin Lefebvre

Chief Investment Officer and Strategist, National Bank Investments

Martin Lefebvre Martin Lefebvre

Martin is the Chief Investment Officer of National Bank Investments responsible for the development investment soclutions and the management of tactical asset allocation mandates. With over 20 years of experience in financial markets, Martin also managed the portfolio management team at Private Banking 1859.


Marie Brault

Marie Brault

Vice-President, Legal Services, National Bank Investments

Marie Brault Marie Brault

Marie is Vice-President, Legal Services at National Bank Investments (NBI). She leads the legal and regulatory affairs team responsible for the creation, distribution and management of public and private mutual funds, exchange-traded funds and other managed investment solutions, working with investment fund managers, dealers and securities advisors.