As we try to assess the longer-term implications of Russia’s vicious attack on Ukraine some conclusions come quickly and are hard to dispute. These are the known knowns.
There is definitely a sense of change in the air. The payments sector as such, will continue to see attractive growth for at least another 5 years, and likely for the rest of this decade.
We are deeply disturbed about the future of Ukraine and the western liberal order. However, it is also a time to reflect and consider what has brought Europe into this calamity.
The outlook for the payments industry is today less clear than it was 5 years ago. Changed consumer preferences and new, more agile competitors have changed the competitive landscape.
Bo Knudsen shares our thoughts on the current market perspectives that we, as an active global equity investor, navigate in to create attractive returns for our clients.
We don’t think in terms of a calendar year when investing. We think it is important to stay consistent and focus on a longer time horizon when investing.
In this paper, we attempt to show how one can connect the large market caps of the “hyperscale” vendors to their large addressable market, superior growth, dominant market shares and high margins.
Abhinav Rathee, Portfolio Manager at C WorldWide Asset Management, shares our insights on India's potential for the long-term investor.
As India emerges from the pandemic, we are witnessing early signs of an emerging led recovery.
China has a strong investment potential and is a frontrunner for the developments in other emerging market countries.