Analysis
Analysis
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Therese Niklasson

A debate about active corporate governance is well underway in China, says Investec Asset Management global head of ESG Therese Niklasson – and change is likely to be slow but steady.

Dug Higgins

Dug Higgins

Listed investment companies have undergone rapid growth in recent years, growing by a compound annual rate of 16 per cent per annum, writes Zenith's Dug Higgins.

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Garry Laurence

Investors looking for geographical and industry diversification, while maximising returns in a volatile market, can look abroad to opportunities in consumer staples and e-commerce, writes Perpetual’s Garry Laurence.

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Frithjof van Zyp

Within real estate and infrastructure investing, what was niche is now becoming mainstream, writes bfinance Australia's Frithjof van Zyp.

Lucy O'Carroll

Lucy O'Carroll

The conditions that culminate in a recession are more complex than textbooks would have you believe, writes Aberdeen Standard Investment's Lucy O'Carroll.

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