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The changes facing many investment management firms are significant. In 2020, many investment management firms are highly motivated to cross boundaries in search of profitable growth. Crossing boundaries often means leaving the comfort zone and performing new activities or doing standard activities in dramatically new ways. Success can be found crossing boundaries with purpose: by modernizing business operations and by upgrading technology infrastructure to reimagine growth, operational efficiencies, and client experiences. All these changes are intended to delight investors with revitalized capabilities. This paper explains further.
Date added: 16-12-2019
Sector: Private Equity
The first “green revolution” — a series of rapid technological and agronomic advances that took place after World War II—transformed agriculture, saving over a billion people from starvation and setting the stage for the world’s population to increase from 3 billion in the late 1960s to an estimated 7.3 billion today. Despite this phenomenal growth, however, there are significant challenges to the continued expansion of this first green revolution, and in some ways it has been the victim of its own success.
Date added: 01-06-2016
Sector: Environmental, social and governance (ESG)
Fintech is proving to be an asset management industry game changer. This report seeks to describe the impact this recent phenomenon is having on the distribution model of the industry and the strategies to be adopted by incumbent players.
Date added: 14-03-2016
Sector: Asset Allocation