The Big Government theme cuts across and influences many of our other themes. In thinking about the future and searching for thematic tailwinds it is becoming much more important to understand the long-term priorities of governments.
This paper addresses five key questions that C WorldWide is typically asked by professionals assesing our investment approach – our objective seeks to provide what could be considered the wrong answers for what we consider to be the right reasons.
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.
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.
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.
China has a strong investment potential and is a frontrunner for the developments in other emerging market countries.
Some might try to build an organization, where the system is more important than the people. Unsurprisingly, you get exactly what you aim for – a company that loses people.
Short termism is a problem as it undermines future economic growth as the lack of long-term investments leads to slower GDP, higher unemployment and lower investment returns.
Is it possible to reach the target of net zero emissions of greenhouse gases by midcentury?
Moore’s Law has been one of the most important drivers of productivity and economic growth over the last 50 years.