abrdn MyFolio TeamTalks
This session will allow you to find out why MyFolio could be the right solution for your clients...
More opportunity. More potential. More impact.
We offer investment expertise across all key asset classes, regions and markets so that our clients can capture investment potential wherever it arises.
By combining market and economic insight with technology and diverse perspectives, we look for optimal ways to help investors navigate the future and reach their financial goals.
And by putting environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations at the heart of our process, we can invest for a better future. By ensuring the assets we invest in are ready for and resilient to a world in transition, we act as guardians of our clients' assets.
Keeping us close to our clients and ensuring first-hand insight into companies, industries and markets.
On behalf of individuals, governments, pension funds, insurers, companies, charities and foundations across 80 countries.
The combination of our research, thematic thinking, ESG best practice and extensive on-the-ground analysis helps us find the most sustainable future-fit investment opportunities globally.
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Tzoulianna Leventi from abrdn, explores what companies are leading the way.
Read this summary from abrdn of developments in emerging market debt in August 2023 and the outlook going forward.
abrdn explains how this Spanish travel technology company has turned short-term crisis into long-term opportunity.
abrdn explore how technology platform Kaspi has created a revolutionary super app with scale and substance.
This UK-based transport company is contributing to the energy transition. Find out why abrdn got on board.
Find out why abrdn believe this market offers long-term income and growth opportunities.
Justin Simler, from abrdn, discusses how finding portfolio balance will be paramount for investors amid changing economic environment.
Dave Fewtrell, Head of Strategic Partnerships at abrdn, discusses how outsourcing your CIP could save you time and money, while also helping you mitigate risk.
The MyFolio Sustainable Index suite of funds from abrdn makes it easy to align your clients’ values and investment goals. In this article, investment managers Justin Jones and Daniel Reynolds discuss the range following its first anniversary.
abrdn’s Thomas Leys and Samuel Granthan discuss what role investors can play in the battle against climate change, while also seeking attractive financial returns.
What do the banking challenges mean for real estate? Read more about the risks and opportunities.
Amanda Young, Chief Sustainability Officer at abrdn, describes four big sustainability trends that will shape the way people invest for decades to come.
With the Consumer Duty’s April deadline for manufacturers to publish their statements of target markets and value assessments now past, advisers need to take action. Alastair Black, Head of Savings Policy at abrdn, explains more.
Eva Cairns, Head of Sustainability Insights & Climate Strategy at abrdn, suggests five ways in which investors can help to close the credibility gap between companies’ climate ambition and credible action.
Paul and Luke talk to Lizzy Galbraith, Political Economist at abrdn, about the UK government’s political economy strategy.
Abigail Watt, Quantitative research economist from abrdn, explains why we think US monetary policy will continue to target inflation in the coming months.
Dave Fewtrell, Head of Strategic Partnerships, UK Wholesale
Following the Covid-19 pandemic, the ways in which we interact, work, and do business have changed. This digital revolution is defining how clients engage with advisers and has impacted adviser business models. Meanwhile, a demographic transformation is also taking place. This is highlighting the challenge of a widening advice gap in the UK, as well as a large mass affluent client segment opportunity, and a changing view on how clients access advice experiences, and how they wish to invest their money.
From family ecosystems to the sustainability factor, Dave Fewtrell, Head of Strategic Partnerships, UK Wholesale, navigates the risks and opportunities of intergenerational wealth transfer.
Alastair Black, Head of Industry Change, takes a closer look at the Consumer Duty’s ‘avoid foreseeable harm’ cross-cutting rule and explains the significance of the principles-based approach behind the regulation.
Alastair Black, Head of Industry Change, explains how advisers are well placed to protect their clients and gives some practical suggestions around actions to take.
Ruairi Revell, Head Of Sustainability – Infrastructure, discusses how infrastructure can play a role in the energy transition and enabling countries to hit their net zero goals.
In this second instalment of our Innovation Superstar series, James Mccann, Deputy Chief Economist, Research Institute and Abigail Watt, Research Economist, Research Institute analyse millions of datapoints to better understand the similarities that the most innovative US companies share.
Roger Webb, Deputy Head of Sterling Investment Grade and Liam O’Donnell, Head of Nominal Rates Management
Global financial markets are contending with the most aggressive tightening in policy rates in living memory, with highly elevated inflation and central bank balance sheet unwinding also threatening bond valuations. Picking the peak in yields feels like a fool’s errand when faced with such volatility. Read how Roger and Liam believe that 2023 as a whole will likely be a much better period for most parts of the bond universe returns.
Anjli Shah, Investment Director, Smaller Companies Team, Equities
Is now a good time to start considering smaller companies? The traditional answer would be a resounding ‘no’. The world economy is forecast to slow further in 2023, with a recession possible in the first half of the year. However, smaller companies might be more resilient in the current inflationary climate than many assume.
Baldric Todeschini, Associate Investment Specialist, Product Strategy & Solutions
Passive fund managers aim to replicate the performance of a representative index. They don’t pick stocks. They don’t question company management and they don’t analyse financial results. So what do they actually do? In this article, we answer this one simple question, while dispelling six myths around passive investing.
Host: Amanda Young, Chief Sustainability Officer, abrdn
Guest: Omar Shaikh, Director, and Co-Founder of the Global Ethical Finance Initiative (GEFI)
We kick off our brand-new Sustainability Inspires series with Omar, from GEFI. This is to pay homage to abrdn’s Scottish roots and the expanding influence that GEFI has had from a local initiative to its role on the global sustainable financial stage. Find out more and be inspired to support a cause close to your heart, from wherever you may be.
It is widely acknowledged that private equity offers enhanced returns compared to publicly traded equities. But does private equity also provide portfolio diversification benefits?