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18MAR 2019

Inescapable investment truths for the decade ahead

Our inescapable truths are the economic forces and disruptive forces we think will shape the investment landscape over the years to come.

Thought Leadership

15MAR 2019

2019

FEBRUARY

28FEB 2019

Markets

Infrastructure debt: why ESG is more than just a marketing term

Many investors are jumping on the ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) bandwagon but who is really committed to backing up these values through credit analysis?

27FEB 2019

Markets

This is why UK house prices might be sturdier than you think

Brexit uncertainty appears to have hit sentiment for UK property, but while certain sentiment indices have led to gloomy headlines, actual home price results have been much better.

21FEB 2019

Markets

Why the Fourth Industrial Revolution may create beach hotspots for investors

With data becoming increasingly critical to our digital economy, Global Cities' Ben Forster explains why beachfront real estate is now hot property.

19FEB 2019

Thought Leadership

US small buyouts: Exploiting inefficiencies in the world’s most efficient economy

Schroder Adveq believes the 300,000 small family-owned businesses and corporate divisions dotting the US landscape present a compelling opportunity for investors.

08FEB 2019

Thought Leadership

Yin and yang: how private assets and derivatives can work together

Data suggests that many institutions would benefit from higher allocations to private assets, but that liquidity constraints often limit their use. We discuss how the use of derivatives can help address the liquidity concerns.

05FEB 2019

Thought Leadership

Securitised credit: Main Street versus Wall Street

We take a closer look at how asset-backed securities can be used as a defensive asset for those seeking stable income in today’s investment environment.

JANUARY

10JAN 2019

Markets

Is this popular measure of stock market value giving a misleading “sell” signal?

Here's why scare stories about the current CAPE being a predictor of doom may prove to be wide of the mark.