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Global equities market volatility update
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Offshore investing: Navigating a high inflation and low growth environment

In this webinar, Michael Bell, Global Market Strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management and Caroline Keen, Portfolio Manager within the J.P. Morgan Asset Management International Equity Group, discussed their views on the market environment and how they are navigating uncertainty while finding investment opportunities.

The path to a carbon-neutral world
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Achieving net zero: The path to a carbon-neutral world

To help ensure investors are well prepared, we look at the scale of the challenge, the best strategies to achieve net zero, the options for
policymakers and the key investment considerations for the transition ahead.

Top of mind for investors - global portfolio construction
Offshore Assets

Top of mind for investors: global portfolio construction

In this webinar, Columbia Threadneedle’s Neil Robson and Alex Lyle, who manage the STANLIB Global Equity and Global Balanced funds respectively, discuss how they are navigating markets and the implications for portfolio construction.

Offshore Assets

Asset Allocation 2021/22: review and outlook

Earnings soared past forecasts in 2021 as economic growth bounced back, and the prospect of monetary tightening emerged with inflation proving less transitory than hoped.

STANLIB Outlook 2022
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A bumpy ride higher for equities

The coronavirus continues to introduce uncertainty, but investors should expect cyclicals to outperform
in the first half of the year. Here we identify key catalysts for equity markets.

Looking to the horizon
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Finding return opportunities beyond the pandemic

In this webinar, John Bilton, Head of Global Multi-Asset Strategy at J.P. Morgan, discusses the macro drivers and investment themes which underpin their Long-term Capital Market Assumptions (LTCMAs).

Offshore Assets

Fashion sashays into the circular economy

The textile industry is one of the most polluting in the world, emitting more CO₂ than aviation and shipping combined. But a leading sports firm is showing a way the sector can embrace radical change.