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    The Global Macro Transition

    Business leaders at GIC Insights 2022 discussed the growing influence of policymakers on markets, how investors could build more resilient portfolios and where the long-term investment opportunities are in a volatile economy.

    03 Feb, 2023 ∙ 3 Min Read

    Long-term Investing Sustainability

    The Sustainability Transition

    High-impact and scalable climate-related opportunities, the challenges faced in climate investing, and the importance of on social equity and climate justice were among the topics discussed at a GIC Insights 2022 panel on sustainability.

    02 Feb, 2023 ∙ 3 Min Read

    Long-term Investing Macro Outlook Sustainability Technology

    The Geopolitics of the Energy Transition

    At GIC Insights 2022, energy expert Daniel Yergin spoke about the opportunities and challenges presented by the energy transition and its implications for energy security, the oil and gas market, and supply chains more broadly.

    26 Jan, 2023 ∙ 3 Min Read

    Long-term Investing Macro Outlook Sustainability

    Navigating the Global Transition

    GIC CEO Lim Chow Kiat reviews three key transitions – macro, digital and sustainability – that will shape the investment landscape amid a climate of growing geopolitical uncertainties, inflationary pressures, and market fluctuations.

    18 Jan, 2023 ∙ 3 Min Read

    Long-term Investing Sustainability

    Building a Sustainable and Inclusive Future

    Creating a sustainable and inclusive future will require collaborative action, strong partnerships, and at times, a mindset shift. These were among the key takeaways from GIC’s Partnership Forum 2022 held in September in NYC.

    05 Jan, 2023 ∙ 4 Min Read

    Long-term Investing Sustainability

    Facilitating Asia's Sustainability Transition

    As part of McKinsey’s Shapers of Sustainability series, GIC's Rachel Teo spoke about the challenges facing Asia in its net-zero transition, the role investors play in supporting developing countries’ transition efforts, and the importance of financial instruments such as blended finance.

    01 Dec, 2022 ∙ 2 Min Read

    Emerging Markets Long-term Investing Sustainability Technology

    The Green Leap - How the Energy Transition is Transforming China's Economy

    GIC and MioTech took an in-depth look at how the energy transition is shaping China's economy, with an analysis on how demand and supply factors are accelerating decarbonisation efforts.

    28 Nov, 2022 ∙ 5 Min Read

    Long-term Investing Macro Outlook Sustainability Technology

    Balancing Resilience and Agility to Deliver Long-term Performance

    GIC and FCLTGlobal jointly developed a toolkit to help companies build long-term resilience into their businesses, while enabling investors to evaluate and appropriately value that resilience.

    24 Nov, 2022 ∙ 1 Min Read

    All Articles Long-term Investing Sustainability

    Carbon Earnings-at-risk Scenario Analysis (CESA)

    GIC’s Carbon Earnings-at-risk Scenario Analysis (CESA) provides investors with a forward-looking and financially material risk measure to assess the impact of carbon prices, a key transition risk, on companies’ earnings and investors’ portfolio returns.

    25 Oct, 2022 ∙ 5 Min Read

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