Inclusive Growth: paving the way forward
In the context of the Great Instability, the social aspect of ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance), particularly diversity and inclusion, is a huge challenge that the global economy and we as investors are facing into the future. In this video, our experts detail our Inclusive Growth Strategy.
Is Inclusivity good for business?
COVID-19 uncovered years of social inequalities and Black Lives Matter showed the world that racial inequality still persists. Inclusivity must be a top priority for businesses, because failing to act won’t just damage reputations, it also damages business growth.
Biodiversity: opportunity, challenge or both?
The biodiversity crisis is entirely driven by human activity. Creating a more harmonious relationship with nature – through pollution control, water treatment or pesticide alternative – would benefit investors, business value and create job opportunities.
Technology: a force for harm or good?
Technology is often seen an enabler of a more equal society, driving opportunities in emerging nations and empowering marginalized groups. Yet technology is blamed for issues such as election tampering or surveillance issues. We analyse its downsides and upsides.
COP 15: Can we eat our way to a healthier planet?
There’s much we can do to improve the way we currently produce food and shifting to a more sustainable food system could be the solution. Our environmental investment strategies empower businesses that provide solutions to the sustainable food challenge.
China bonds: can challenging times deliver long-term transformation?
Although Chinese bonds are now experiencing challenging times and may see short-term market volatility, it could represent a compelling long-term investment prospect thanks to technological innovation and rising household consumption.