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Key Learnings from AllianceBernstein and Columbia University Climate Change and Investment Academy
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Key Learnings from AllianceBernstein and Columbia University Climate Change and Investment Academy

AllianceBernstein opened up a climate curriculum  co-designed with Columbia University for external investors. JANA was lucky enough to attend this course in early 2021. Tim Conly, Head of Responsible Investment Research at JANA, Michael Gillespie and Bill Dwyer undertook the course in March and April. This article summarises the learnings from this course.

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Evolving perspectives of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies
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Evolving perspectives of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies

The astonishing upheavals across the globe over the past 12 months saw dramatic developments in investment markets, including the fastest equity market correction and subsequent recovery on record, radical changes to fiscal policy and regulation, the continued outperformance of ‘unicorns’ and the resurgence of cryptocurrencies, in particular Bitcoin.

JANA 2020 Pre-conference session 1: Accelerating the transition to an on-line world: The critical role of digital infrastructure
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JANA 2020 Pre-conference session 1: Accelerating the transition to an on-line world: The critical role of digital infrastructure

Internet access and connectivity is now an essential service for consumers and businesses and this trend has been accelerated by COVID-19.  In this session, a panel of leading infrastructure investors will discuss opportunities and emerging trends in digital infrastructure.

JANA 2020 Conference session 2: Can Australian equities transition to a high growth market?
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JANA 2020 Conference session 2: Can Australian equities transition to a high growth market?

Over the past decade, Australian equities have produced high dividends, but returns have lagged the US market. In this session, three leading Australian equity managers will consider if this will remain the case, or whether changes in the dominant sectors such as banking, mining and retailing and the increasing representation of ‘new’ industries will see a transition to a higher growth market.