A look back on markets in October when risk appetite picked up amid hopes of progress on trade talks.
Microfinance is a promising way to address global problems such as poverty, inequality and environmental damage. But what’s in it for investors?
Addressing climate change is not only going to transform the global economy, it’s going to divert trillions of dollars of investment every year. So, what does this mean for investors?
The recent UN Climate Action Summit prompted significant commitments by countries, corporations and investors alike. However, more decisive action will be needed to achieve the targets set out in the Paris Agreement.
Increasing numbers of people feel overwhelmed by the challenge of climate change. Investing our money in a sustainable way could potentially boost our psychological well-being.
Institutional investors accept a future of modest 6% per-year investment returns, but after a decade of surging asset prices from bonds to stocks, individual investors expect far more.
Private equity has a mercenary reputation for asset stripping and job cutting as a matter of course. We don’t think this shows the whole picture.