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In this whitepaper Invesco discusses how proxy voting offers arguably the best challenge that institutions face in putting responsible investing principles into practice.
In this Whitepaper we consider the different approaches to ESG taken in the investment industry, the evidence of the impact of adopting ESG criteria on investment performance and Invesco's emphasis on Responsible Investing.
In this paper Invesco highlights the meetings' major macro themes and conclusions and provide out regional macro views. These views serve as key inputs into our investment process over the strategic horizon.
With the US Federal Reserve (Fed) gradually normalising interest rates, the US economy appears to be in good shape. Can President Trump take any of the credit? What are the main risks for the economy and when will the Fed start shrinking its balance sheet?
This paper examines the investment implications of one such game-changing innovation: autonomous driving technology and specifically driverless cars.
The whitepaper features a Q&A with Richard Kneller, Professor of Economic, and a case study from Stephen Anness, fund manager at Invesco Perpetual, highlighting potential investment opportunities in Mexico arising from America’s moves toward protectionism.