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Future of Investing

Jul, 2019
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Summary

The investment landscape has changed more in the past five years than the past forty, according to PwC, with the rate of change set to continue at this pace for the foreseeable future. The Future of Investing special report, published in The Times examines the fragility of the peer-to-peer lending industry, explores how the pursuit of gender equality can flag companies as good investment prospects and looks at how understanding behavioural biases can help investors make better decisions. It covers how tech is transforming wealth management and why savvy firms should not overlook senior investors when it comes to impact investing. Also featured is comment from the former head of Allianz Global Investors UK on the future of investing and an infographic on what the world’s wealthiest people do with their money

Infographic

An in-depth look at what the world’s wealthiest people do with their money. In this infographic, high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs) are defined as having a net worth of more than $1 million, excluding the value of their primary residence. Ultra-HNWIs (UHNWIs) are defined as having a net worth of more than $30 million, also excluding the value of their primary residence