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In new Scope

Driven by disruptive innovation, the far-reaching changes taking place in asset management would have continued even without the COVID-19 crisis. The impact of the pandemic will nevertheless speed up this process of change, because the challenges have grown again at a global level.

Tried-and-tested principles remain as valid as ever in the investment business. But at the same time, we need to be open to innovative technologies and solutions – as explored in the latest issue of Scope. Prime examples include:


Expect the unexpected

FundsDLT, The new platform based on distributed ledger technology for simplifying fund distribution.

Expansion of the fund line-up to include exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

Thematic private market equity as a new investment segment.

Environmental impact equity to solve environmental challenges.

In light of the COVID-19 crisis, it is particularly important to adopt an open-minded approach toward the future and identify the opportunities offered by the changed environment. This is also the stance taken by Michael Strobaek, Global Chief Investment Officer at Credit Suisse, as you will find out in the Scope interview.

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