Coronavirus inzichten en updates
The outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 is the most acute challenge facing the world at present, and indeed for many years. Since it first appeared in China’s Hubei province late last year, the virus has spread to more than 50 countries, infecting more than 100,000 people and causing the deaths of thousands.
The outbreak has had a considerable impact on economic activity, including severe disruption to many global supply chains. Many governments are taking significant steps to stem the spread of the virus, with significant restriction on movement in an increasing number of countries. In addition, with the threat of a global recession looming large, governments and central banks are preparing a range of fiscal and monetary stimulus packages to counter the economic effects of the virus.
Clearly, the course of the outbreak is of paramount importance to us and our clients. To show how our thinking is evolving, we will be providing regular global updates, along with information at an asset class and fund level.
Please check this page regularly to see our latest thoughts on the crisis – both on the immediate situation and on how it is shaping our long-term outlook.
Live webinars: Coronavirus caution
We've been keeping our heads down, blocking out the 'noise' and doing the hard work of research, which helps lead us to a considered assessment of the unfolding COVID-19 situation. We aim to share this research and our thoughts with you, and help provide insight in these unprecedented times. If you join us live, you will have the opportunity to ask questions to our panel of experts.
Episode 6 - A focus on Real Estate
21st April 2020 - Click here for the webinar
Episode 7 - A focus on European Equities
27th April 2020 - Click here for the webinar
Episode 8 – ASI Research Institute
5th May 2020 - Click here for the webinar
Episode 9 – A focus on Private Markets
12th May 2020 - Click here for the webinar
Episode 10 – A focus on Responsible Investing
26th May 2020 - Click here for the webinar
To view the full series click here.