Game Changers

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We are proud to present to you Game Changers: a video series developed in collaboration with the University of Cambridge Judge Business School, and presented by Dr. Henning Stein, our Global Head of Thought Leadership. Learn more about the Game Changers video series here.

Innovation and disruption are increasingly transforming economic and financial activity at global, national, firm and household levels. The macro, the geo and the national political implications are as significant as those of past industrial revolutions, which themselves remoulded the world.

In this video series, we bring together thought leaders from around the globe to shed new light on how everything is accelerating and how change is radically reshaping our planet, our lives and our investment decisions.

Game Changers video series

 

What can be done to address educational equity in the US?

With Raphael Bostic, President, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, and Deborah Bial, Founder and President, Posse Foundation.

Interview date: February, 2021 | Exploring the wide-ranging effects of educational inequity on the US economy and innovative approaches to tackling this challenge.

The video is for educational and informational purposes only. The opinions expressed are based on current market conditions and are subject to change.

 

Key takeaways

1. Henning Stein (Head of Global Thought Leadership, Invesco) joins Raphael Bostic (President, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlant ) and Deborah Bial (Founder and President, Posse Foundation) to explore the wide-ranging effects of educational inequity on the US economy and innovative approaches to tackling this challenge.

2. Students from under-represented backgrounds represent an enormous source of untapped potential for driving the US economy but accessing this talent requires universities to think differently about how they select and support their students.

3. The COVID pandemic and the increased focus on social justice in the US and elsewhere have heightened awareness of educational inequity and opened the door to new opportunities to address it.

 

Is the asset management industry dead?

With Marty Flanagan, CEO, Invesco, and Prof. David Chambers, Cambridge Judge Business School.

A discussion about what lies ahead for – and what we can learn from the past – of the rapidly global asset management industry. 

The video is for educational and informational purposes only. The opinions expressed are based on current market conditions and are subject to change.

 

Key takeaways

1. Henning Stein (Head of Global Thought Leadership, Invesco) joins Marty Flanagan (CEO, Invesco) and Prof. David Chambers (Cambridge Judge Business School) in a lively discussion about what lies ahead for the rapidly changing asset management industry and what we can learn from the
past.approaches to tackling this challenge.

2. The global asset management industry is changing rapidly, with industry consolidation being driven by technological advancement, regulatory complexity, pressure on margins and the increasing importance of ESG investing.

3. The COVID pandemic and the increased focus on social justice in the US and elsewhere have heightened awareness of educational inequity and opened the door to new opportunities to address it.

 

How do we define the impact of ESG investing?

Barbara Rupf-Bee, Head of EMEA, Allianz Global Investors, and Cathrine de Coninck-Lopez, Head of ESG, Invesco.

Exploring the “quiet revolution” of ESG investing, which is getting louder every day.

The video is for educational and informational purposes only. The opinions expressed are based on current market conditions and are subject to change.

 

Key takeaways

1. Henning Stein (Head of Global
Thought Leadership, Invesco) joins
Barbara Rupf-Bee (Head of EMEA,
Allianz Global Investors) and Cathrine de Coninck-Lopez (Head of ESG, Invesco) as they explore the “quiet revolution” of ESG investing, which is getting louder every day.

 

 

2. Pursuing ESG goals no longer means sacrificing investment performance. Evidence increasingly points to the opposite conclusion. 

 

 

 

 

3. Rather than serving as a
hindrance to ESG adoption,
the COVID pandemic has
led to a greater focus on
issues of sustainability and
social justice within the global investment community. Educating
financial advisors on ESG topics so that they can appropriately counsel their retail clients is one of the biggest challenges facing the industry today.