Steady as she goes: How Covid-19 changed the face of investing - and wider society - one year on

Taking stock of the past year in lockdown

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Abhi Chatterjee of Dynamic Planner
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Abhi Chatterjee of Dynamic Planner

Much was expected of 2020. Normally associated with almost perfect visual acuity, it must have been the most used set of numbers for corporates setting out their vision and mission statements.

But after two months of increasing cases of Covid on British soil, on 23 March 2020, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced an enforceable by law stay at home order.  On the anniversary of the first lockdown, it is time to take stock. It has been a year since we were forced into a restrictive lifestyle, away from social interaction and, for many, the grind of the daily commute. It has been a time of introspection, a time to reassess our priorities and, barring a few, almost everyone agreed our relationship with those around us and the planet we live on was paramount. Sustainability...

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