Created in 2001, EDHEC-Risk Institute has become the premier academic centre for industry-relevant financial research on retirement investing and sustainable investing. Through our multi-faceted programme of research, outreach, education and industry partnership initiatives, our ambition is to support industry players, both asset owners and asset managers, in their efforts to transition towards a novel, welfare-improving, investment management paradigm.

 

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For Society

EDHEC-Risk on Climate Change

For Investors

EDHEC-Risk on Retirement Solutions

Research

advance the frontiers of knowledge and foster industry innovation.

Outreach

ensure that professionals are aware of and can access our research results

Education

bring research advances and state-of- the-art practices into the practitioner’s portfolio of skills

Industry Partnerships

conduct proprietary research for clients and develop innovative products with business partners, providing them with an edge over the competition

 

 

Latest research

Flexicure Retirement Solutions
EDHEC-Princeton Goal Price Indices
Retirement Income
January 2022 Values
Zone, Retirement year
Not adjusted
Cost-of-Living-adjusted
US, 2023
16.68
20.38
US, 2028
14.95
20.14
US, 2033
13.30
19.76
US, 2038
11.79
19.36
New Moocs: Climate Change and Sustainable Investing
Introducing the Retirement Bond: The New Risk-Free Asset in Decumulation Strategies
EDHEC Risk European ETF, Smart Beta and Factor Investing Survey 2021
EDHEC Research for  International Money Management supplement to Pensions & Investments - April 22

News

Lionel Martellini discussed retirement planning at JOIM conference on May 24
25-05-2022

Lionel Martellini discussed retirement planning at JOIM conference on May 24

On May 24, Lionel Martellini, Director of EDHEC Risk Institute, was invited to speak on the theme of retirement planning at the Climate Change and Retirement Investing Conference. Organized by The Journal of Investment Management (JOIM) and co-hosted with Santa Clara University's Leavey School of Business, the Climate Change & Retirement Investing Conference took place on 23 & 24 May 2022...
Climate physical & transition risks: Irene Monasterolo, co-author of a European Central Bank (ECB) working paper
23-05-2022

Climate physical & transition risks...

  We are delighted to share a new European Central Bank working paper by Irene Monasterolo, Professor of Finance at EDHEC Business School, EDHEC-Risk Institute on “The double materiality of...
Over 5000 learners enrolled to increase their skills in climate change and sustainable investing
09-05-2022

Over 5000 learners enrolled to increase...

A major redirection of resources is required from all areas of economic activity to tackle climate change in a decisive manner. Although solutions cannot solely come from finance, finance...

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European Financial Management Association (EFMA) 2022 Annual Meetings

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