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AXA Investment Managers - Working to Value Creation in Real Assets

AXA Investment Managers are one of the largest global asset managers, and is currently the largest asset manager and property portfolio manager in Europe with 750 staff across sixteen offices servicing the needs of about 500 clients globally. With over 30 years’ experience investing in real assets, AXA manages approximately 180 billion of assets under management, and that comprises just over 85 billion of direct real estate assets, about 80 billion of private debt and alternative credit assets and about 12 billion of infrastructure, private equity, and hedge funds.

There are three pillars which are fundamentally reshaping investment markets this decade; decarbonisation, resilience and building tomorrow. With decarbonisation there must be a reduction, avoidance and sequestration of carbon across all of AXA’s investments. With resilience there are the transitional risks that are becoming apparent day by day around climate change. With the concept of building tomorrow, there needs to be fundamental solutions for changing societal needs with a changing pace. AXA is now seeing that across all of the markets that it works across. AXA now directs real estate with far greater energy efficiency and decarbonisation. AXA takes real estate markets where the company is driving far greater energy efficiency in its assets and minimising reliance on fossil fuels. Additionally, AXA walks into infrastructure markets where the company is actively investing into renewable energy, into the generation of that energy, the distribution and the management of that energy. There is significant opportunity where AXA can work across the value chain to be able to actively contribute towards achieving the Paris Agreement targets.

What sets AXA apart from its competitors is that it has a set of key convictions. AXA has been driving an approach in environmental, social, and corporate governance in the integration of both financial and non-financial metrics into the company’s investment decisions. AXA understands that by having a 360-degree view of its investment markets the company can make fundamental good investment decisions in terms of long-term value for its investors. AXA Investment Managers invest both in equity directly, in debt and in direct vehicles, and additionally invest into private equity, long term private equity. This allows for the company to invest both directly and indirectly via private markets, including into infrastructure and long-term private equity.

AXA also has the essential belief in proximity to assets and deep understanding of the markets and submarkets that the company acts within. With over 340 investment professionals in the business, AXA have 130 asset managers in twelve different countries, all active in their markets, supported by over 40 development professionals and an additional 40 transactions professionals, all seeking to find additional value for AXA’s clients and to manage on a day-to-day asset by asset basis. AXA also has strong governance which allows the company to align its business around the convictions that AXA have and around the targets that AXA sets out. This strategy additionally AXA to avoid conflict of interest between clients.  

AXA Investment Managers approach to investing and managing real assets is built on its unique view of the real assets markets, which works together with the strong convictions which AXA have developed over past economic cycles. Together, these represent AXA Investment Managers long-term approach to value creation in real assets investment and management.

AXA Investment Managers are one of the largest global asset managers, and is currently the largest asset manager and property portfolio manager in Europe with 750 staff across sixteen offices servicing the needs of about 500 clients globally. With over 30 years’ experience investing in real assets, AXA manages approximately 180 billion of assets under management, and that comprises just over 85 billion of direct real estate assets, about 80 billion of private debt and alternative credit assets and about 12 billion of infrastructure, private equity, and hedge funds.

There are three pillars which are fundamentally reshaping investment markets this decade; decarbonisation, resilience and building tomorrow. With decarbonisation there must be a reduction, avoidance and sequestration of carbon across all of AXA’s investments. With resilience there are the transitional risks that are becoming apparent day by day around climate change. With the concept of building tomorrow, there needs to be fundamental solutions for changing societal needs with a changing pace. AXA is now seeing that across all of the markets that it works across. AXA now directs real estate with far greater energy efficiency and decarbonisation. AXA takes real estate markets where the company is driving far greater energy efficiency in its assets and minimising reliance on fossil fuels. Additionally, AXA walks into infrastructure markets where the company is actively investing into renewable energy, into the generation of that energy, the distribution and the management of that energy. There is significant opportunity where AXA can work across the value chain to be able to actively contribute towards achieving the Paris Agreement targets.

What sets AXA apart from its competitors is that it has a set of key convictions. AXA has been driving an approach in environmental, social, and corporate governance in the integration of both financial and non-financial metrics into the company’s investment decisions. AXA understands that by having a 360-degree view of its investment markets the company can make fundamental good investment decisions in terms of long-term value for its investors. AXA Investment Managers invest both in equity directly, in debt and in direct vehicles, and additionally invest into private equity, long term private equity. This allows for the company to invest both directly and indirectly via private markets, including into infrastructure and long-term private equity.

AXA also has the essential belief in proximity to assets and deep understanding of the markets and submarkets that the company acts within. With over 340 investment professionals in the business, AXA have 130 asset managers in twelve different countries, all active in their markets, supported by over 40 development professionals and an additional 40 transactions professionals, all seeking to find additional value for AXA’s clients and to manage on a day-to-day asset by asset basis. AXA also has strong governance which allows the company to align its business around the convictions that AXA have and around the targets that AXA sets out. This strategy additionally AXA to avoid conflict of interest between clients.  

AXA Investment Managers approach to investing and managing real assets is built on its unique view of the real assets markets, which works together with the strong convictions which AXA have developed over past economic cycles. Together, these represent AXA Investment Managers long-term approach to value creation in real assets investment and management.

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AXA Investment Managers - Working to Value Creation in Real Assets

AXA Investment Managers are one of the largest global asset managers, and is currently the largest asset manager and property portfolio manager in Europe with 750 staff across sixteen offices servicing the needs of about 500 clients globally. With over 30 years’ experience investing in real assets, AXA manages approximately 180 billion of assets under management, and that comprises just over 85 billion of direct real estate assets, about 80 billion of private debt and alternative credit assets and about 12 billion of infrastructure, private equity, and hedge funds.

There are three pillars which are fundamentally reshaping investment markets this decade; decarbonisation, resilience and building tomorrow. With decarbonisation there must be a reduction, avoidance and sequestration of carbon across all of AXA’s investments. With resilience there are the transitional risks that are becoming apparent day by day around climate change. With the concept of building tomorrow, there needs to be fundamental solutions for changing societal needs with a changing pace. AXA is now seeing that across all of the markets that it works across. AXA now directs real estate with far greater energy efficiency and decarbonisation. AXA takes real estate markets where the company is driving far greater energy efficiency in its assets and minimising reliance on fossil fuels. Additionally, AXA walks into infrastructure markets where the company is actively investing into renewable energy, into the generation of that energy, the distribution and the management of that energy. There is significant opportunity where AXA can work across the value chain to be able to actively contribute towards achieving the Paris Agreement targets.

What sets AXA apart from its competitors is that it has a set of key convictions. AXA has been driving an approach in environmental, social, and corporate governance in the integration of both financial and non-financial metrics into the company’s investment decisions. AXA understands that by having a 360-degree view of its investment markets the company can make fundamental good investment decisions in terms of long-term value for its investors. AXA Investment Managers invest both in equity directly, in debt and in direct vehicles, and additionally invest into private equity, long term private equity. This allows for the company to invest both directly and indirectly via private markets, including into infrastructure and long-term private equity.

AXA also has the essential belief in proximity to assets and deep understanding of the markets and submarkets that the company acts within. With over 340 investment professionals in the business, AXA have 130 asset managers in twelve different countries, all active in their markets, supported by over 40 development professionals and an additional 40 transactions professionals, all seeking to find additional value for AXA’s clients and to manage on a day-to-day asset by asset basis. AXA also has strong governance which allows the company to align its business around the convictions that AXA have and around the targets that AXA sets out. This strategy additionally AXA to avoid conflict of interest between clients.  

AXA Investment Managers approach to investing and managing real assets is built on its unique view of the real assets markets, which works together with the strong convictions which AXA have developed over past economic cycles. Together, these represent AXA Investment Managers long-term approach to value creation in real assets investment and management.

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