The wine industry shows how eco-friendly production can benefit both companies and consumers.
Boris Liedtke, Distinguished Executive Fellow, INSEAD Emerging Markets Institute, was the chief executive officer of international banks, based in Singapore, Luxembourg, Germany, the U.S. and the U.K. He also served on the boards of directors for companies throughout Asia and in Luxembourg. He was awarded his PhD from London School of Economics.
Why charities should be interested in exchange-traded funds.
For non-profits, a large cash position could signal prudence or betray a lack of investing sophistication.
Car manufacturers would be wise to invest in multiple alternatives to the conventional car in order to succeed in diverse markets.
In select cases, alternative assets can help to diversify a charity’s portfolio and ease the volatility of returns.
Trustees and investment committee members need to acquire a basic understanding of financial instruments.
Charities investing in hedge funds isn’t necessarily a cause for concern.
Avoid, reduce, transfer and accept are bywords for a disciplined and cautious approach.