Global Growth Equity in a Digital World
Watch our latest video by Lars Wincentsen, Portfolio Manager at C WorldWide Asset Management discussing the following topics below:
- The reason why Facebook shares recently fell after reporting weaker revenue growth, are technology shares showing signs of being overvalued?
- What are technology platforms and what will be their next wave of market disruption?
- How will existing consumer brands be able to survive in a digital world?
- With the recent market events, how is C WorldWide positioning their portfolio?
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David Winborne, Co Portfolio Manager at Impax Asset Management who sub-manages the BNP Paribas Environmental Equity Trust will soon be visiting both Sydney and Melbourne as part of his Australian roadshow. Prior to his visit, we asked him for a quick overview of how software and data collection are improving the efficiency of environmental markets.
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