IW's Big Video Call: Aviva Investors' CEO Munro on the market rebound, absolute return funds and accelerating the ESG agenda

Changing needs

Katrina Lloyd
Euan Munro of Aviva Investors

Euan Munro of Aviva Investors

Aviva Investors' CEO Euan Munro talks to Investment Week editor-in-chief Katrina Lloyd about how the coronavirus crisis compares to other tough times during his career, the group’s response, as well as the impact on the economy and markets.

He also looks ahead to what may change for the investment industry as a result of the crisis, including client engagement and reporting, product needs and working practices.  In particular, Munro thinks recent events will accelerate the ESG agenda and the 'S' (or social side) will become much more important as the focus is on companies to do the right thing by their employees and customers. 

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