Evolving Economy Insights
The world is changing faster than ever. So what does this mean for investors, and what should you do to capitalize on these changes?
From insights on the future of retail to the technologies that could help save our environment, you’ll find something in our Evolving Economy Insights Hub that can help you future-proof your investment portfolio.
Read on to discover the latest insights – and investment opportunities – across the five long-term growth themes that we call the Evolving Economy.
27 August 2019
The triumph of longevity
Dani Saurymper and Thomas Kirkwood discuss the implications and opportunities of longer life.
27 August 2019
New Opportunities as Life Expectancies Increase
Over the last 150 years, life expectancy has increased by two to three years each decade.
15 August 2019
Using technology to tackle growing electronic waste
Electronic waste – more commonly known as e-waste – refers to the disposal of broken or obsolete electronic equipment, and unless it is disposed of responsibly, it can have serious envi ...
31 July 2019
How are challenger banks disrupting the retail banking industry?
The past 2-3 years have seen challenger banks gain traction, with some attracting significant venture capital funding.
18 July 2019
What investors need to know about clean technology
Consumers, governments and corporations are assessing their environmental practices, and developing new clean technologies, as the impact of climate change takes its toll on the planet.
11 June 2019
How are established global financial institutions investing in technology?
Changing consumer behaviour has led to global financial institutions (GFIs) investing more in technology.
17 May 2019
What do investors need to know about IPOs?
A raft of high-profile, silicon valley companies is predicted to sell their shares publicly this year via an IPO (initial public offering). This has invited much speculation of whether investors shou ...
30 April 2019
What the rise of digital advertising means for investors
Companies are now spending more on digital advertising than traditional advertising, reflecting the changing way in which consumers are accessing information about products and services.
25 April 2019
What has the digital economy given you?
High-speed internet access, the near ubiquity of smartphones and the normalization of online payments have transformed the ways services are delivered and goods are bought and sold.
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