Private capital can help female-led or founded companies to survive a global pandemic that has adversely affected women and exacerbated inequalities.
Diversity in investment decisions is valued by private-market investors, yet the industry can do better when it comes to diversity, equity and inclusion.
In developing countries, net zero will require huge amounts of renewable energy investment. Here are 5 ways policy-makers can smooth the way for this much-needed finance.
Africa’s economic gains of the last two decades are in jeopardy due to COVID-19. But privately funded projects could provide a lifeline to its development.
The growing pace of upheavals in the world means a need to give investors a means of assessing how well businesses are equipped to withstand, adapt and grow in the face of shocks
DecaBillion+ is an initiative that recognizes female talent and plans to mobilize $10 billion in venture capital investment by 2026 to close the gender gap
A study conducted by Wharton finance professors has identified potential outcomes when venture capital firms have common ownership of startups.
AI is set to revolutionize the pensions and savings industry with the size of the global AI asset management market seen at $13.5 billion within six years.
In open and democratic countries, social unrest events have a negligible impact on stock markets. The same can't be said for more authoritarian regimes.
A plastics recycling market in emerging economies promises attractive returns –while tackling plastic pollution into the bargain. Here's how to build one.
Asset owners should be part of the solution to the two biggest problems facing humanity – the degradation of natural resources and the rise of inequality.
Solutions to ensure that public and private markets complement each other will see companies and investors getting the best of both worlds.
A coherent, comprehensive system of corporate disclosure is needed to ensure markets can understand risks and opportunities related to social and environmental issues.
The climate revolution is now well and truly underway – and for investors, this is an opportunity to generate healthy returns while saving the planet.
From climate change, water security and demographic shifts to geopolitics, low and negative real long-term interest rates and technological evolution: institutional investors must respond...