Investment Conundrums: LGIM's Laud on why robotics and cyber security present post-Covid opportunities

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Sonja Laud of LGIM

Investors must look past the obvious beneficiaries of the acceleration in structural trends if they are to find abundant opportunities, with robotics and cyber security two key areas, according to Legal & General Investment Management's (LGIM) CIO Sonja Laud.

Much has been made of the acceleration of trends through the coronavirus pandemic, with winners of a shift towards working from home such as video conferencing providers continuing to surge ahead and losers...

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