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Hong Kong and the relevance of economic resilience
Markets recently reflected uncertainty over Hong Kong’s status as a centre for international finance, but investors would do well to take a longer-term view.
Mounting risks in 2020, despite central banks’ best efforts
Mounting risks in 2020, despite central banks’ best efforts. Investors should be ready in case as the macroeconomic and political environments evolve.
Practical approaches to getting comfortable with more risk
It is late in the current investment cycle and volatility is rising. For pension funds, this will require a comprehensive re-assessment of risk management.
How to protect against black swans - if we can at all
Investors can be better prepared for changes in market dynamics and high-impact, tail risk events.
The best material on end of cycle allocation from around the investment world
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After a trip to Italy, market pricing looks too bearish
A recent road-trip to Italy has led me to believe that investors’ perception of the current situation is too bearish, especially around the budget.
Avoiding 'cybergeddon': ESG risk in an interconnected world
In an increasingly digital society, cybersecurity and data protection are rapidly emerging as some of the biggest ESG risks for companies to manage.
Currency risk: What developed markets can learn from emerging markets
Modern politics is making some developed market currencies unusually volatile. What can investors learn from emerging markets when it comes to currency risk?
Implicit exposure: the risks you didn’t know you were taking
Implicit exposures - or unintended risks - are attached to every investment decision.
Better calculation of real estate risk in a thriving market
As the real estate market remains extremely buoyant - in places worryingly so - investors need to think more critically about risks.
What are the signs? The evidence for and against a looming correction
Stretched valuations, peaking indicators, and central bankers starting to withdraw liquidity. Are we running out of road?
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