Carolina Arriagada Peters, managing director of consultancy Cities & Collaboration, discusses FDI aftercare, gender equality, sustainability and the UK's post-Brexit future.
Christoph Leitl, the president of Eurochambres, discusses why the UK and the EU must now act in each others' best interests, how Europe's Green Deal should be implemented, and why SMEs are all important.
While women workers have been hit disproportionately hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, the move to working from home has the potential to empower the female workforce given the extra flexibility it offers.
Nigeria's healthcare infrastructure is in desperate need of greater investment in order to ensure that not just the wealthy have access to adequate care.
IPAs and corporates should join forces to put gender equality at the forefront of their investment strategies, as it makes sense financially as well as working towards reaching the targets of the fifth SDG.
A company with wide geographical diversification will tend to be more resilient to major events, so temptations to retrench in the current environment should be resisted, writes Investment Monitor's Sofia Karadima.
Diversification, profit, societal value and sustainable development are but a few of the very good reasons for investors to prioritise social infrastructure in a post-Covid world, writes Investment Monitor's Sofia Karadima.
Special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, are growing in popularity amid a wider embrace of all things sustainable. However, some areas of the investment community remain cautious towards them.
Paul Polman, co-founder and chair of Imagine and honorary chair of the ICC, discusses climate action, SDG targets, moral leadership and what he expects from Joe Biden's presidency.
Covid-19 has heightened the need for ensuring clean water and sanitation for all, the UN’s sixth SDG. What role can FDI play in this?