ESG funds increased by nearly 50% in 2018 and assets grew to over $160 billion after a third consecutive year of significant in-flows.
Volatile markets and the inevitable feelings of uncertainty often lead investors to make irrational decisions. Once conditions stabilize investors are often left with feelings of regret.
ESG investments were once considered risky niche investments – but that’s no longer the case. They currently account for over $20 trillion of assets under management.
Despite significant market turbulence in 2018, ETFs continued to grow in popularity and gain assets.
There are many investment books written each year. Without digging in and reading each and every one how do you know which ones are best?
They don’t always make sense, but somehow, certain words or phrases always become popular and are often over-used.
All signs point to changes ahead. Many believe we're entering a sustained bear market - are you prepared to talk to your clients about it?
Alex Bernhardt, Senior Responsible Investment Consultant at Mercer, says poor performance because of responsible investing is a myth that needs to be ignored.