The Evolution of Thematic Investing
The Financial Times, in partnership with Global X ETFs and Mirae Asset, will be hosting its second annual thematic investing digital event, bringing together portfolio managers, research analysts and thought leaders from around the world.
Join us to explore what the next chapter in thematic investing could look like. Discuss the key trends in geopolitics, demographics, sustainability and technology and find out how these affect investors from the APAC region.
World-class business leaders and speakers
Key topics to be discussed
Emergence of sustainably-themed investing
How sustainably-themed investments complement global and APAC portfolios, while evaluating how demand for renewables – which currently represent a small share of the global energy mix – will grow and generate new opportunities
Investing in innovation
The rise of the digital economy is likely to bring about a new era of productivity growth and consumer surplus with new ways of shopping, socialising, and gaming to create exciting new experiences. How can investors gain exposure to the growth potential of these innovations?
Role of thematic ETFs
Thematic investing plays a specific role in an investor’s portfolio. How do you identify the right tools to get exposure to that theme? We will examine what should be taken into consideration when planning an investment portfolio based on thematic ETFs
The big picture, not just the individual strands of the business you work in
And build relationships with some of the biggest names in your industry
New approaches and strategies
to help win market share
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We would like to take this opportunity to look back and reflect on some incredible moments from last year's event.
“Enjoyed the interactive and informative nature of the panels due in large part to strong moderation and informed panelists' willingness to share data and insights intelligently.”
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