Roadmap to tackle food shortages
Supporting the ever-increasing ageing population
Thematic fund focused on demographics
Catch up on the discussion
In 2020, five people will enter the growing global middle class every second, reinforcing the secular, long-term appeal of discretionary consumer spending, and consequently, the luxury sector.
The key themes to look out for
Who will be the winners and the losers?
Population explosion still key driver of global markets
Technological advancements will play a huge part
Value 'no longer the outstanding investment story'
India's MSCI weighting will become smaller
Headwinds in the most unexpected places
Picture the scene. Concerned about the strength of the US dollar, President Donald Trump meets with world leaders to seal a deal to further US interests.
Headlines 'don't reflect the whole story'
Which companies are bridging the generation gap?
Technology must cut administrative burden
Global ageing the most dramatic demographic change facing the world today
As one of the best performing emerging markets year-to-date, why do so many investors still avoid India?
Comments from EFGAM's chief economist
Growth only a fraction of what it has been in past
Tom Delic, assistant fund manager at Seneca Investment Managers explores the demographic trends - from opportunities in tech to wealth management - that are available for investors to take advantage of
IW podcast for November
Demographics continue to drive care home fund inflows
Johan Utterman, manager of the Lombard Odier Golden Age fund, outlines the problem of aging populations and highlights a number of stocks investors can buy to access the theme.