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  • 31/03/2019
    Five misconceptions of company engagement
    Will Pomroy
    "Add a short extract from this post, that is 10-15 words."
  • 20/03/2019
    Thermo Fisher: scalable solutions to real-world problems
    Louise Dudley
    Thermo Fisher boasts a combination of attractive long-term fundamentals
  • 18/03/2019
    SDG Engagement Equity: 2018 Annual Report
    Hamish Galpin
    We worked with 52 companies on 195 engagement actions supporting the delivery of the SDGs
  • 14/03/2019
    US v China: the real agenda behind the trade war
    Gary Greenberg
    China’s emergence on the global stage poses a genuine threat to future US dominance
  • 24/01/2019
    Webinar: Emerging markets outlook 2019
    Gary Greenberg
    Emerging markets are broader – and better – than the crisis-stricken economies that dominated newsflow in 2018. But after a year of tumult, how will emerging markets fare in 2019?
  • 26/11/2018
    Is online shopping still in its prime?
    Chi Chan
    In a few short years, Black Friday and Cyber Monday have been ingrained in the European retail calendar with outlets publicising their deals days or even weeks in advance. Gone are the days of hordes of consumers queuing outside shopping centres at 4am in a desperate bid to have their first pick of the sales with only a quarter of all Black Friday spending expected to take place in stores1. The queues have instead moved online, swapping the fresh air and elbowing for a comfortable chair, broadband connection and a few clicks of a mouse. With fears of oversaturation, Chi Chan, European Equities Portfolio Manager, asks whether the online market is still in its prime and identifies three companies involved in the online revolution.