Here is some of the content that stood out this month
Each month, the Savvy team picks some of the research that stands out in terms of depth, originality and applicability – offering global investors the opportunity to sample great ideas for allocating capital or mitigating risk. Below you can find insights into private assets, liquidity flows, environmental data and more.
As global investors continue to look for returns outside public markets, private asset classes such as private debt and private equity are growing in importance.
Among other things, this paper provides two index framework approaches to adjusting the S&P GSCI to incorporate environmental data.
In this in-depth conversation, Michael Howell, founder of CrossBorder Capital, explains why monitoring liquidity levels and flows is critical for global allocators.
For compliance reasons, this paper is only accessible in the United States and Canada
With central banks globally scrambling to retain or regain credibility, monetary policy has been tightened, and quantitative easing (QE) has become quantitative tightening (QT).
Howard Marks, co-chairman and cofounder of Oaktree Capital Management, provides his views on the general direction of markets, economies and fixed income products.
Due to the developments of the past two years, the need to quicken the global energy transition and secure critical minerals supplies has increased dramatically.
Despite a healthy start to 2022, the strategic deal market closed at $2.6 trillion, a 32% decline from the all-time high in 2021.
This detailed presentation gives investors an insight into the most important developments affecting the technology industry worldwide.