Green building finance, grants, incentives and investment programs
Galley Eco Capital is a boutique consultancy specializing in investment and finance programs for sustainable real estate investments. This includes sourcing incentives, grants and tax credits to support green investing. We offer management and strategy consulting to investors that helps them increase the value of their sustainability initiatives.
Many equity investors are herding towards companies associated with lower volatility cash flows, as they believe these to be a safer investment option.
Companies that don’t fit this description are much cheaper – and the gap has opened up to historically unusual levels. In a live CPD-accredited webcast, Alex Wright will explain what this means for you.
Fund Manager, Shalin Shah and Head of Credit Research, Martin Foden consider some of the factors distorting allocation within the credit universe and the opportunities they create for investors. They offer an insight into their actively managed, low turnover approach to managing credit portfolios.
The webinar will be delivered by Toby Vaughan, Lead Fund Manager for the Atlas Portfolios and Head of Fund Management for Santander Asset Management Global Multi-Asset Solutions Team. Toby will review the markets and look at how this has impacted the portfolios and investment decisions moving forwards.
Join Northern Trust investment experts who will discuss their perspectives on the state of the financial markets, potential timing of a Federal Reserve interest rate move and the implications for institutional investors.
In this webinar you'll hear from:
Carl Tannenbaum - Chief Economist
Daniel Phillips, CFA - Senior Investment Strategist
Chris Doell, CFA - Managing Director, Client Solutions Group will host this webinar and lead the Q&A using viewer submitted questions.
Opportunities in emerging markets have changed over time. In this 30-minute webcast our global emerging market equities portfolio managers will discuss key themes relevant to emerging markets investing today.
Topics to be discussed include:
- Are traditional drivers of the Emerging Markets investment case such as population growth, rising consumer incomes and productivity enhancements still as relevant today as they were 20 years ago?
- Where are the opportunities to generate alpha in emerging markets today? What are the examples of market inefficiencies which prove that active fundamental based investing is relevant in the emerging markets?
- What are the implications on Emerging Markets of structurally slower growth in China?
- Does the future of EM still depend upon domestic consumption and services?