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November 28, 2022

Private market vehicles can generate premium returns over publicly traded markets with lower volatility in large part because they take away the investors’ ability to precisely time when the money comes in and out, says Keith Brakebill of Russell Investments.

November 28, 2022

Investment in climate tech is not at the level needed to address climate change. The majority of the solutions we need already exist, but investments aren't going to the locations where they're most needed, says net-zero emission tech and EV solutions firm CAUSIS.

November 23, 2022

The chair of Campden Wealth’s ClimateTech Investing Forum 2022 talks about doing well and doing good, long-term vision and the future of impact investing.

An American-born, German-raised investor married to a Russian ecologist with links to global environmental initiatives, Jochen Wermuth is the definition of a planet-first entrepreneur.

November 23, 2022

Climate and global energy transition expert Stefan Schurig talks about the aims of The Toni Piëch Foundation, the importance of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and how next gens are driving positive change.

Having started his career on construction sites and training as an architect, Stefan Schurig’s early pivot into highlighting climate change and energy issues by transforming cities into self-sufficient systems has shaped him into an authoritative voice on sustainability issues. 

November 21, 2022

In this week’s FB Roundup, Andrew Forrest launches a $25 billion Ukraine reconstruction fund; Tom Ford becomes a billionaire after selling his fashion brand to Estée Lauder; and Masayoshi Son faces a $4.7 billion SoftBank bill.

Billionaire Andrew Forrest launches $25 billion Ukraine reconstruction fund
Andrew Forrest, the Australian mining billionaire best known as the former chief executive officer of Fortescue Metals Group (FMG), has committed $740 million of his own fortune to the Ukraine Green Growth Initiative.

November 17, 2022

While the unsettling multiple whammy of COVID-19 pandemic, a global inflation spike, rising interest rates, geopolitical perils and potential looming recession have driven a reduction in investment risk towards a more conservative and balanced strategy, Family Offices have nevertheless developed a taste for tech, according to Campden Wealth and RBC's The North America Family Office Report 2022.

While the unsettling multiple whammy of COVID-19 pandemic, a global inflation spike, rising interest rates, geopolitical perils and potential looming recession have driven a reduction in investment risk towards a more conservative and balanced strategy, North American Family Offices have nevertheless developed a taste for tech.

November 16, 2022

Wellbeing International Foundation, headed by successful entrepreneur Max Lewinsohn, helps your body to heal itself by infusing billions of your own extracellular vesicles, generated from your own stem cells via a simple non-intrusive process. 

Back in 2010, successful multi-disciplinary business leader Max Lewinsohn was suffering from a knee injury caused by multiple sports injuries over the years. Having tried numerous solutions, he sceptically turned to Wellbeing International Foundation and was so impressed with the results that he joined the board as chairman following a reorganisation in 2016.

November 14, 2022

Has the sell-off in long-dated bonds presented an opportunity to add risk to portfolios, asks Ruffer’s Jasmine Yeo?

Market sell-offs can provide the chance to buy quality assets at attractive valuations. Of course, if you can preserve capital as prices fall, then you’ll be better placed to take advantage of any opportunities that arise.

But buying equities isn’t the only way to dial up risk in portfolios today.

We see the recent falls at the long end of the US bond market as an opportunity worth grabbing.

November 7, 2022

Hexem founder Michael Siegert discusses the development of a wastewater treatment technology which allows the recovery of energy and clean water at a much smaller footprint than current technologies.

The European energy crises has been caused by a mix of various factors, including the post-pandemic surge in demand, investors’ reluctance to develop new fossil fuel projects, the embargo on Russia and the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries’ (OPEC) decision to throttle their petroleum output. In this complex situation, European countries are being forced to develop alternative energy sources.

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