April 5, 2019 | Otaviano Canuto - Principal, Center for Macroeconomics and Development
In their 75 years of existence, the twin institutions born at the Bretton Woods Conference have undergone adaptation and transformation in response to the evolution of the world economy and the challenges it has posed to them.
March 13, 2019 | Gregory Silberman - Chief Investment Officer, Atlanta Capital Group
In early 2004, when gold and platinum prices rose steeply, China began fabricating volumes of palladium jewelry, consuming 37 tonnes in 2005. And today, the data has been pointing to one certainty, this metal is about to become more precious than gold!
March 6, 2019 | Paolo Sironi - FIntech Thought Leader and Author, IBM
Paolo Sironi is the global Fintech Thought Leader of IBM Watson Financial Services and he just published his fourth and latest book “Financial Market Transparency”, launched in Davos during World Economic Forum.
March 4, 2019 | Otaviano Canuto - Principal, Center for Macroeconomics and Development
China’s economic growth has been in a downslide trend since 2011, while its economic structure has gradually rebalanced toward lower dependence on investments and current-account surpluses. Steadiness in that trajectory has been accompanied by rising levels of domestic private debt, as well as slow progress in rebalancing private and public sector roles. As the ongoing trade war with the US continues to unfold, it remains unclear at which growth pace China’s rebalancing will tend to settle.
March 1, 2019 | Gregory Silberman - Chief Investment Officer, Atlanta Capital Group
Once upon a time in 1948, a country was born. The birth of this country wasn’t an easy one and is still fraught with challenges from her neighbors. This country is Israel. However, given her relatively short history, this country has proved to be a tough cookie to crack. As then, Prime Minister Netanyahu pledged in 2010, today the country is one of the top 5 leaders in cybersecurity. The country has made heavy investments and developed world class cyber-security technologies that almost anyone with deep pockets are interested in.
February 4, 2019 | Jan Kastory - Partner, Astorya VC
They are not only from France but from the UK, Germany, even from Spain or Sweden, as it is difficult to only stick to France in this field. Some have already been running for several years while others are very recent. This 2018 overview of the InsurTech market is carried by astorya.vc and L’Argus de l’assurance, and does not claim to be exhaustive. But the insurance startup players should be able to easily identify themselves through these 9 trends.
January 28, 2019 | Gregory Silberman - Chief Investment Officer, Atlanta Capital Group
50, 150, and 300 – Number of civilian nuclear power plants under construction, on order, and planned, respectively, which according to the World Nuclear Association are going to be looking for long-term Uranium contracts these coming decades.