The world after COVID-19
COVID-19 is an unprecedented public health emergency which has profound socioeconomic implications. The strain it has placed on global healthcare security professionals, their infrastructure and the economies and social fabric of countries has been severe.
As part of our weekly AFTERMATH video series led by Kim Catechis, Head of Investment Strategy, members of the Martin Currie investment team discuss the far-reaching impacts of COVID-19 on the economy, the equity market, society, politics, the environment and our portfolios.
Navigating the world after COVID-19
12 Oct 2020
The course for the world after COVID-19 has been broadly set, from a growing rejection of inequality in society , to an increasing focus on climate change and a geopolitically driven but technology-led reinterpretation of business models in many sectors. For investors, there are far-reaching implications.