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21 May 2024

Biodiversity loss is a systemic risk and one of the biggest global challenges of our time. Nature is being eroded at rates unprecedented in human history and we are facing the irreversible loss of plant and animal species, habitats, and vital crops.

13 May 2024

High-yield bonds should continue to yield attractive returns in 2024. Capital Four’s René Kallestrup advocates a selective approach with a view to sectors and regions.

17 April 2024

Covered bonds are in an excellent position to offer attractive returns in the months ahead, whether the landing is a soft one or not.

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Biodiversity loss is a systemic risk and one of the biggest global challenges of our time. Nature is being eroded at rates unprecedented in human history and we are facing the irreversible loss of plant and animal species, habitats, and vital crops.
High-yield bonds should continue to yield attractive returns in 2024. Capital Four’s René Kallestrup advocates a selective approach with a view to sectors and regions.
Covered bonds are in an excellent position to offer attractive returns in the months ahead, whether the landing is a soft one or not.
Did you know that by 2030—just seven years from now—we will need twice the natural resources Earth can regenerate in order to maintain our current lifestyle ? Humans are consuming our planet’s resources so quickly it can’t keep up. And this is creating major risks and opportunities for investors.
To date, the ‘E’ has dominated focus within the ‘ESG’ landscape, with environmental concerns like climate change high on the list of investor priorities, while the ‘S’ has lagged. But with projected investments in Diversity & Inclusion set to reach USD 15 bn by 2026 , we’re starting to see a subtle but notable shift.
The world is drowning in garbage. At least that’s the impression you might get if you look at the forecasts for the projected global increase in waste: For 2050, the World Bank predicts a growth in the annual global waste generation from the current around 2 billion to 3.4 billion tons – an increase of around 70%. This represents more than double the population growth over the same period.
Looking back two years, can you still remember the shortage of numerous products towards the end of the pandemic? Consumers were facing shortfalls of products ranging from televisions and cellphones to cars, WiFi routers, medical devices and gaming consoles, among many other things. A central reason was a global shortage of semiconductors, also known as microchips and integrated circuits, mainly due to the effects of the Corona crisis causing disruptions in the supply chain.
As we approach the end of 2023 and look towards a new year, Claus Vorm, Sr. Portfolio Manager and Deputy Head of Multi Assets at Nordea Asset Management considers what lies in store for Multi Assets markets.
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