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Impact investors champion “Trojan Horse” investment products as market leaders focus on scaling “from billions to trillions”

Impact investors champion “Trojan Horse” investment products as market leaders focus on scaling “from billions to trillions”

Investment products such as social bonds and green energy stocks can act as a “Trojan Horse” to convince the finance industry about the benefits of using capital to make a positive impact, said experts at an impact investing event in September.

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HSBC sets sights on ‘natural capital’ in new asset management JV with climate advisory Pollination

HSBC sets sights on ‘natural capital’ in new asset management JV with climate advisory Pollination

HSBC Global Asset Management is making its first foray into ‘natural capital’, with plans to launch a new asset management firm dedicated to investing in natural assets in partnership with specialist climate change advisory and investment firm Pollination.

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Private markets deal level DPI returns softening in response to weak market

Private markets deal level DPI returns softening in response to weak market

The latest CEPRES Private Capital Market Outlook shows how Q2 2020 M&A deal value in the US declined by 60 per cent quarter-on-quarter which also represents a 50 per cent decrease year-on-year. These developments in the US exit markets reflect the weak market and investor sentiment during Q2, most likely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Shinzo Abe resignation: short-lived market correction and Abenomics to continue, says from SuMi TRUST's Oshikubo

Shinzo Abe resignation: short-lived market correction and Abenomics to continue, says from SuMi TRUST's Oshikubo

Following the announcement of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s resignation, Naoya Oshikubo, senior economist at SuMi TRUST, thinks that despite some short-lived market correction, Abenomics and the current monetary policy will continue on the same path when a new Prime Minister from the Liberty Democratic Party (LDP) takes the rein…

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“Heads we win, tails we don’t lose much” – Contrarian investor Azvalor sees value in unloved mining and oil stocks

“Heads we win, tails we don’t lose much” – Contrarian investor Azvalor sees value in unloved mining and oil stocks

Javier Sáenz de Cenzano heads up Spanish boutique Azvalor Asset Management’s Managers fund. This fund puts its money behind managers, such as Mittleman Brothers and Moerus Capital Management, who share Azvalor’s contrarian outlook on investment.