Federated Hermes' Kukuljan: The five ways to invest in pandemics

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Ingrid Kukuljan of Federated Hermes
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Ingrid Kukuljan of Federated Hermes

Today, the world is confronting the global coronavirus pandemic, which is putting a severe strain on health systems and economies worldwide.

But amid this crisis, we have a chance to build a better future. For responsible investment strategies, Covid-19 has resulted in a paradigm shift: it has put a focus on the critical need to build resilience in healthcare, food and water security, and across supply chains.   It has also put climate change and worker rights under the spotlight. Our thematic approach to impact investing seeks to identify opportunities created by megatrends - and as a result, we have been investing in pandemics long before the outbreak of Covid-19. Medical technology Non-communicable diseases (NCDs)...

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