The world has changed. We have all been impacted by the global pandemic - from the freedom to move through society without restrictions, to the way we work and interact. The major shifts in society have introduced many uncertainties into our familiar structures, and across business and society. The recovery from this crisis, the scope and scale of which is ahead, hasn’t been attempted in our lifetimes - and it’s complicated to have to navigate rapidly-changing government mandates, fragile supply networks and clients concerned about their health and safety.
At Fidelity, we look at every challenge as an opportunity. We believe that the Covid-19 crisis will accelerate existing trends and transform investment frameworks. Watch our on demand series as we explore how government intervention, fiscal activism, corporate governance and sustainability, along with continued Asian economic strength will create investment opportunities.
This on demand series is for professional investors and has been accredited with a maximum of 1.75 Continuing Education (CE/CPD) hours by Portfolio Construction Forum.
Once you have viewed one or more of these videos please click below to confirm your knowledge of this learning activity and to access your CE/CPD certificate via the Portfolio Construction Forum My CE portal.
Paras Anand gives you an in-depth look at how the geopolitical and global economic landscape is shaping portfolios and give you key insights to use with your clients.
The pandemic forced a global shut down. Companies had to adapt, pivot or reinvent themselves to survive. The result of this is the emergence of resilience on the global stage. Resilience is on the agenda for corporates and governments. We explore this theme and discuss what impact this will have going forward.
In this presentation, Jenn-Hui discusses how sustainable investing is becoming fundamental investing at Fidelity, how the team are engaging with companies to ensure positive change is made to environmental, social and governance practices.
We explore modern slavery issues within supply chains, discuss issues with seafarers that were bought about by the global lockdown and explore what the team are doing to help combat climate change.