Summer Roundtable Theme
Converging Challenges, Diverging Responses: Inflection Points in Today’s Investment Environment
Opinions vary wildly on the outlook for the global economy. The rise of populism, economic slowdowns in both emerging and developed markets, and potential shifts in government policies point to continued political and economic uncertainty. Leaders are proposing a range of solutions to the world’s woes; these highlight fundamental disagreements on what is the best way forward. Should countries turn inward in response to populist sentiments, or recalibrate globalism to ensure that it benefits more members of society? Should they look to reaffirm and strengthen trade and political ties, or try to go it alone? Institutional investors face parallel challenges—confronting an uphill battle to meet return targets, investors are considering a variety of blueprints for success. Should they follow the safety of the herd, or blaze new trails and move up the risk curve? How will global tipping points affect long-term investors and their investment strategies?
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