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Literature library

Welcome to the literature library. Here you can download our latest documents containing all you need to know about our funds, along with market insights from our team of investment experts.  


A guide to investing in volatile markets

3905 KB | PDF

This guide gives you information on all the things you might need to consider when investing through periods of volatility in the markets.

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Why Invest Globally?

261 KB | PDF

Whether it’s shopping at a local market or eating at a nearby restaurant, many of us are naturally inclined to make selections close to our geographic familiarity. This can also be the case when making investment choices. Although investing in your...

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Why multi-manager investing

350 KB | PDF

No one person can be an expert at everything. That’s why we combine the best managers in their respective fields into our portfolios, to make sure we have an expert taking care of each asset class or region.

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Latest insights

Responsible spotlight - September 2022

Article | ESG | 29/09/2022

Cryptocurrencies have not had the best environmental track record and it’s easy to understand why. The primary argument for crypto not being ESG-friendly stems from the processing power required to mine the cryptocurrency and complete transactions in it.

Panel podcast - Has inflation peaked?

Article | Podcasts | 07/09/2022

Economic forecasts predict inflation peaking over the summer months in major economies, before falling back towards the end of the year. While food and energy prices continue to soar and headline inflation levels ratchet ever higher, it can be hard to see what would cause inflation and indeed interest rates to pivot downwards.

Archinomics Monthly - August 2022

Article | Investments | 05/09/2022

China struggled to contain broad-based Covid outbreaks, as it stuck to its strict zero-Covid policy. The People’s Bank of China cut borrowing costs as economic data revealed that growth remains weak in the face of sporadic lockdowns, the ongoing property crisis and a severe drought which has led to power cuts.

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