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Climate emergency but the investment industry can make a difference

By Amarachi Seery, Janus Henderson Investors

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Amarachi Seery, Sustainability Analyst, sheds some positive light on the latest IPCC Report which outlines the harsh reality of the current state of the climate.

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Jackson Hole; a great place for skiing and policy making

By Neil Birrell,Premier Miton Investors

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Neil Birrell, Premier Miton’s Chief Investment Officer and manager of the Premier Miton Diversified Growth Fund, looks at the slowing economic growth rate and what the US Federal Reserve Bank said at its Jackson Hole (virtual) retreat.

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Generating alpha for planet, people and profit

By abbiellewellynwaters

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Abbie Llewellyn-Waters explains that doing good for the planet and for people need not be at the cost of profit and expands on her team’s forward-looking investment approach in allocating capital for transitioning to a better future.

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Is Japan really a disappointing equity market?

By Alex Lee, Columbia Threadneedle

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Alex Lee challenges the country’s reputation as poor for equities, examines its performance over the past decade and outlines why he thinks Japan’s long-term prospects remain favourable.

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Why inflation is not here to stay

By Stephen Snowden, Artemis Investment Management

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The post-pandemic recovery will not keep fuelling high inflation, argues Stephen Snowden. He looks at history and applies common sense in setting out why he believes current levels will be short-lived.

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The crucial role of advisers (and cashflow models) in ‘no fault’ divorces

By David Downie, Group Chief Actuary, Embark Group

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Is this the end of the blame game? In April next year, the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020* – designed to allow married couples in England and Wales to issue divorce proceedings without assigning blame – comes into force.

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