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Risk Webinar Series: Ramifications of Investment Risk Management on Income Volatility and Distribution

10 February 2021 - Forthcoming research examines societal income distribution in the statistical sense – such as its volatility, skewness, and kurtosis – and relates it to the macro risk distribution faced by investors. This analysis tests the hypothesis that investors’ efforts to reduce volatility reallocates it to individuals in the form of income volatility, and raises the question - Are investors’ risk management practices contributing to inequality?

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Risk Webinar Series: Time Diversification – Patience or Complacency?

14 January 2021 - “Time diversification” is a principle that an investor’s statistical probability of loss decreases as the holding period increases. Long-term investors may overinterpret this statistical principle to indicate that risk in all of its forms is lower. In fact, longer holding periods also expose investors to a greater scale of potential losses and to more experience with turbulence. Our September webinar introduced the way in which these patterns have implications for diversification and asset allocation, and the implications also extend significantly to the way in which long-term investors define and estimate risk.

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Highlights: Risk Webinar Series, Time Diversification

13 January 2021 - “Time diversification” is a principle that an investor’s statistical probability of loss decreases as the holding period increases. Long-term investors may overinterpret this statistical principle to indicate that risk in all of its forms is lower. In fact, longer holding periods also expose investors to a greater scale of potential losses and to more experience with turbulence. Our September webinar introduced the way in which these patterns have implications for diversification and asset allocation, and the implications also extend significantly to the way in which long-term investors define and estimate risk.

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Webinar: Introducing FCLTCompass

10 December 2020 - On 10 December 2020, FCLTGlobal unveiled the inaugural findings of FCLTCompass, the first measure of investment time horizons across the global capital markets.

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Highlights: Risk Webinar Series, Climate

11 November 2020 - Climate change is the largest systemic risk in the view of many long-term investors, and investors are pioneering ways to address this risk, including work to apply existing risk statistics specifically to climate projection and to pioneer new estimates. Projections like these about the impact of climate change on investment performance would represent enormous progress because they would advance beyond general uncertainty and instead make climate change a specific component of risk management.

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Risk Webinar Series: Climate – From Uncertainty to Risk

11 November 2020 - Climate change is the largest systemic risk in the view of many long-term investors, and investors are pioneering ways to address this risk, including work to apply existing risk statistics specifically to climate projection and to pioneer new estimates. Projections like these about the impact of climate change on investment performance would represent enormous progress because they would advance beyond general uncertainty and instead make climate change a specific component of risk management.

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Investing in the Sustainable Energy Transition – McKinsey FCLTGlobal Sustainable Transition Series

6 November 2020 - On Friday 6 November, FCLTGlobal and McKinsey & Company hosted the first panel in our virtual event series, "Investing in the Sustainable Transition." Larry Fink (BlackRock), Bernard Looney (bp), Kevin Sneader (McKinsey), and Sarah Williamson (FCLTGlobal) discussed the progress and outlook for sustainability within the global energy sector.

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Long-term Risk Management: Neuberger Berman

26 October 2020 - An interview with Diedre Ypma, Managing Director at Neuberger Berman

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