Morten Springborg, Thematic Specialist, shares our thoughts and insights on the implications for the long-term investor, and what areas of the equity markets and what countries will benefit the most from the growth of the intelligent tangible economy.
The multi-decade development of globalization is reversing, and the implications are broad and profound. In this paper, we explore the implications from the point of view of the industrial economy.
As an active equity investment firm, we have fiduciary responsibility for the long-term investment returns of our clients, where all material aspects of sustainability are carefully considered.
The Big Government theme cuts across and influences many of our other themes. In thinking about the future and searching for thematic tailwinds it is becoming much more important to understand the long-term priorities of governments.
We are currently witnessing the beginning of a prolonged structural energy crisis caused by a poor understanding of what energy is and a lack of knowledge of our dependence on fossil fuels.
As we try to assess the longer-term implications of Russia’s vicious attack on Ukraine some conclusions come quickly and are hard to dispute. These are the known knowns.
There is definitely a sense of change in the air. The payments sector as such, will continue to see attractive growth for at least another 5 years, and likely for the rest of this decade.
We are deeply disturbed about the future of Ukraine and the western liberal order. However, it is also a time to reflect and consider what has brought Europe into this calamity.
The outlook for the payments industry is today less clear than it was 5 years ago. Changed consumer preferences and new, more agile competitors have changed the competitive landscape.
Is it possible to reach the target of net zero emissions of greenhouse gases by midcentury?