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