Investors missing out on blue economy opportunities but tide is changing

Investors eye 'golden opportunity'

Pedro Gonçalves
clock • 4 min read
Asset managers are now working to convince investors that what is good for the ocean may also be good for business
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Asset managers are now working to convince investors that what is good for the ocean may also be good for business

Until now, the blue economy has been an abyss of unknown value overlooked by investors.

But asset managers are starting to see it as a rising investment theme that provides a "golden opportunity" to be explored. According to a report by Credit Suisse, almost a third (28%) of investors...

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