Given we are in an Age of Transformation, it is unsurprising that the fast-moving flow of 2021 market and economic upheavals looks set to continue into 2022.
As the world evolves towards a more sustainable future, there has been rigorous action to reduce consumption and waste.
There is no escaping the changes that will drive the 21st century forward. Demographic shifts are responding to an ageing population.
The world has experienced enormous upheaval in recent years – culminating in the outbreak of Covid-19.
The much-needed energy transition has been a topic of conversation for some time.
Technology has been a positive, yet disruptive influence across many industries and these innovations have often been accepted without question.
The way we live, work and socialise has been transformed over the last year and a half…
The start of 2021 in China appears to be the polar opposite of last year.
Risk will always be an integral part of the investment process. The industry has become increasingly sophisticated and adept at managing risk within portfolios.
Panic-buying at the start of the pandemic forced us to recognise that the food supply chain is perhaps not as stable as we assumed.