There are plenty of reasons why investors could justifiably feel pessimistic about the future, but stock market valuations are not one of them.
The UK’s path to Brexit remains unclear, even as the 31 October deadline approaches. We look at three scenarios and the potential economic impact of each.
Cities are becoming more important than countries, with their success determined by innovation, efficiency and the clustering of industries. What does this mean for investors?
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Jessica Ground, Global Head of Stewardship, explains why for companies, sustainability is no longer a “nice to have”, it’s an imperative.
WeWork’s prospects as an investment may be precarious, but its impact on working culture could be comparable to Amazon’s impact on shopping.
By not reacting to market conditions dynamically, we believe the asset allocation approach used by target-date funds falls short of delivering the best possible retirement outcomes for investors.
Economic, market and regulation challenges mean the future is likely to be more difficult than the past. Here are three ways that pension funds can overcome these obstacles.