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The Schroders Global Cities 30 Index has been published revealing where the world's investors should trust their funds in the next 12 months, and this year Los Angeles has come out on top. As usual, the annual report based its rankings on a range of factors include age demographics, median

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South Carolina’s Forestry Commission has revealed the industry’s incredible $21 billion contribution to the state’s economy. The figure comes from a recent study published by Clemson University, which also found that the sector employs 84,000 people. The findings were announced at a press conference on the grounds of South Carolina’s

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Investors from across Asia are continuing to play a huge role in the success of the London real estate investment market, taking advantage of the weakness of the pound and spending more than £4 billion on real estate in Britain's capital in the first six months of the year alone.

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The 100 largest asset managers saw their alternative assets under management (AUM) grow by 10 per cent in the last year to reach $4.0 trillion (£3.1 trillion), according to a Willis Towers Watson survey. The advisory firm’s Global Alternative Survey also finds that real estate managers account for 35 per

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impact investment australia

An Australian small pension fund has received global recognition for encouraging leading institutional investors toward impact investing. Christian Super, a leading Christian Industry investment fund for ethically sustainable projects, was announced as the winner of the Global Steering Group for Impact Investment honors at the GSG Impact Summit 2017 in

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The Forest Investment Plan for ECOWAS member states has been validated in the Gambia. The draft document, designed to support the implementation of the West African Forest Convergence Plan, was approved at a two-day workshop from the 11-12 May organised by ECOWAS and hosted by the Ministry of Environment, Climate

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