Future2024: Is your asset allocation future-proof?
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Increased reporting requirements around ESG and rising client demand for responsible investing are adding to the resource burden for asset managers. Not all firms will have the capacity to respond, says Johan Stromberg, head of Nordic distribution at BNY Mellon Investment Management.
Japan’s reputation for taking its own path is a well-established one. Here, Shogo Yamaguchi, head of BNY Mellon Investment Management Japan, considers whether the country’s asset allocators will go it alone when faced with long-term structural trends such as climate change.
Quantifying the difficult-to-quantify is no easy task – but that’s the reality for investors in a world dominated by big tech, argues a new report from BNY Mellon Investment Management, authored by CREATE Research.
One of the many consequences of the tech boom is a much briefer average tenure for companies on leading indices and a change in traditional business models. So how will this affect buy-and-hold investors?
When is a car not a car? That’s a key question for today’s investors as they grapple with a brave new world of digital innovation.
Planning for climate change is vital for municipalities looking to issue debt, as some regions are increasingly vulnerable to the financial repercussions of natural disasters.