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  • November 10, 2021
    Corporate News
    Gary Greenberg
    Olivia Lankester joins as Responsible Investing & Sustainability Director
  • June 19, 2018
    Equities
    Gary Greenberg
    From a distance, it is easy to conclude that Egypt is an arid environment for investors. Accounting for only 0.13% of the MSCI Emerging Markets Index, the country is often overlooked given its questionable democracy, high rate of inflation, recent currency devaluation and twin deficits. Since the global financial crisis, Egypt has suffered a difficult decade characterised by political instability and economic turmoil.
  • November 29, 2017
    Equities
    Gary Greenberg
    “Companies do not exist in isolation: they use resources from the commons, employ labour and attract customers from towns and cities, and are required to operate under the laws of the land. They influence the lives of far more people than shareholders alone, but unfortunately plenty of businesses act to the detriment of many – including, in the long run, themselves and their investors.”
  • October 30, 2017
    Equities
    Gary Greenberg
    Recent newsflow about China has been dominated by the Communist Party’s five-yearly plenum. But we believe the real story of interest for investors is the radical shift from imitation to innovation within the country’s economy.
  • August 16, 2017
    Equities
    Gary Greenberg
    Hermes Investment Management, the £29.8 billion manager focused on delivering superior, sustainable, risk adjusted returns to its clients – responsibly, announces that planning consent has been granted for its brand new office development and multi-storey car park in Edinburgh’s city centre.
  • January 23, 2017
    Equities
    Gary Greenberg
    In their latest Gemologist publication, Gary Greenberg, Head of Emerging Markets and Kunjal Gala, Senior Analyst, assess India’s ability to modernise and truly emerge. “The futuristic architecture and glass towers of Shanghai and Seoul defy old stereotypes about emerging markets. But investors heading into Mumbai from the airport, confronted with searing poverty and pollution, could be forgiven for questioning the talk of Asia’s economic miracle taking root in India. We would encourage them to take a broader view: although corruption and inequality remain endemic, there are signs of profound long-term change.”