Who is in the community

Our network and its contingent community is global and diverse (with a presence on every continent) but truly connected. Prominent global families, entrepreneurs and private investors make up more than half its number, with policy and opinion makers, academics and media leaders composing the rest.

 


Why join

Unless you rely on a trusted curator, it’s easy to get lost in the oversupply of insights provided by quality daily op-eds and articles. Knowing how precious your time is, we limit our selection to just 5 such pieces a week. They are all interesting and worthy of your time and attention but even if only one gives you an insight that prompts you to change your mind about something, or enables you to make an improved personal, strategic or investment decision, your money and time will have been well spent.

 


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Our Weekly Selections

Weekly Selection
24 January 2020

This is almost a month old, but worth posting now and read against the background of what came out of Davos (our subscribers can request our Davos report - it will be available on Monday).
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Weekly Selection
17 January 2020

The Morgan Stanley global strategist/author offers 10 predictions for the next decade. Interesting not because of their predictive value, but because they may force us to rethink some assumptions.
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Weekly Selection
10 January 2020

This is an in-depth essay about the defining economic and geopolitical issues of our time. It is much longer than our usual selection (reads in more than 30 min) but worth your time.
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Weekly Selection
3 January 2020

The economist explains why there are financial risks associated with making the shift to a low-carbon economy (stranded assets) and physical risks tied to inaction (destruction of assets).
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Weekly Selection
20 December 2019

This article offers a very simple framework that can be used to identify a possible recession before it hits.
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Weekly Selection
13 December 2019

The rise of populist movements and street protests around the world has made inequality a high priority for politicians; but what type of inequality should policymakers tackle?
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