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Why Asia’s investors worry about climate change and AI

A new research report argues that regional institutional investors are emphasising the risks of climate change and artificial intelligence over potential opportunities.

Institutional investors in Asia consider climate change and artificial intelligence AI to mostly offer risks to their investment portfolios, as opposed to peers in Europe and the US which balance such concerns with a belief that they offer opportunities.

That was one of the main findings of a new research report conducted by Create-Research and BNY Mellon Investment Management, released on September 16.

The study, entitled Future 2024’, studied investment mega-trends’ and how investors can best prepare for them. It combined a survey of 400 studies with interviews with 45 chief investment officers from 16 countries.

The survey focused on ascertaining how much climate...

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