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FCLTGlobal: Climate risk visible in all transactions

15 December 2021 - A recent webinar hosted by FCLTGlobal, the not-for profit that aims to focus capital on the long-term to support a sustainable economy, urged investors to allocate more to emerging markets to solve the climate emergency and consider climate risk in every transaction.

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How the Pandemic Changed the Terms of Investment

7 December 2021 - Long- and short-term expectations aren’t what they used to be, from corporate decisions to the fidgets in equities. And you’ll need to rethink sovereign wealth funds.

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Opinion: Climate transition planning is the new net-zero

3 December 2021 - Recent UK government move could have implications for companies far beyond its borders, says Veena Ramani

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A new phase for green investing

17 November 2021 - More specific view of how individual companies are tackling climate change will be needed

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What a tax on stock buybacks would, and wouldn’t, mean for the bull market

8 October 2021 - President Biden’s spending plan could lead to a tax on stock buybacks, with a Senate plan to add a 2% excise tax potentially raising as much as $100 billion over a decade.

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Why Investors Are Skeptical About All Those Big Corporate Climate Pledges

4 October 2021 - On the face of it, climate commitments set the stage for capital to be deployed at scale to decarbonize the global economy. Yet the reality has proved to be more complicated.

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Winner of major Baillie Gifford prize named after Scottish economist Adam Smith’s final Edinburgh home revealed

16 August 2021 - A major prize funded by Edinburgh-based investment firm Baillie Gifford aimed at finding the next Tesla, Amazon or pharmaceutical star has been awarded to US-based researchers.

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Entrenched risk-management practices will yield to climate trends

12 August 2021 - Antiquated risk management practices will be forced to evolve to accommodate climate risks. By estimating the future instead of just measuring the past, risk managers will own the beliefs and strategies that underpin their projections researchers at FCLTGlobal predict.

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