The People’s Bank of China is easing monetary conditions to support the economy as, far from sky-rocketing, Chinese inflation is levelling out at 2.1%.
The question of whether credit will also be supported by the European Central Bank remains wide open as no comments have been made in one sense or the other.
Following the acquisition of BMO’s EMEA AM business last year, the newly expanded organisation will now operate under a single brand: Columbia Threadneedle Investments.
The fund aims to deliver long-term returns, net zero carbon emissions and improved ESG outcomes and it is co-managed by Matthew Rees and Enda Mulry.
As the Group’s CEO, Ms. Wong will dedicate more effort to her responsibilities in managing the Group’s overall business, corporate strategy, and operations.
The team comprises long-standing and well-respected portfolio managers Bent Elvin Lystbaek, Jacob Ellinge Nielsen, Thomas Haugaard, and Sorin Pirău.
Fund selectors and fund buyers had the opportunity to listen to the strategies to the six fund managers: Etica sgr, Nomura, abrdn, Compass / Ninety One, GSA Coral and Global X.
We witness a positive societal, as well as supportive political and regulatory environment for infrastructure investments, especially in sectors driving the energy transition.
The initiative will specifically focus on the environment: climate mitigation, climate adaptation, and the protection of water and biodiversity.
With interest rates rising, many companies – formerly known as “growth stocks” – no longer trade on heady multiples and their share prices have plunged.