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Green hydrogen is finally showing its true colours

By Columbia Threadneedle Investments

Embark Adviser newsletter

There continues to be a remarkable focus on green hydrogen as a clean alternative to traditional fossil fuels, with the past year further accelerating its potential widespread adoption. So, what is driving all this hype, is hydrogen the sustainability disruptor, and why has there been such remarkable recent progress?

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Did GDP cause the climate crisis?

By Craig Bonthron, Artemis Investments

Embark Adviser newsletter

Moving away from GDP to measuring ‘net positive domestic product’ would be a quietly radical way for COP26 to address the world’s greatest sustainability challenges.

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It’s back! The Embark Investor Confidence Barometer returns

By Scott Sinclair, Embark Group

Embark Adviser newsletter, General news

Are advisers confident they can continue to charge enough? Why aren’t advisers sharing clients’ retirement optimism? How many investors would be comfortable swapping human advice for robo-advice?

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Good god, it’s a green gilt!

By Fidelity International

Embark Adviser newsletter

The first ever green gilt was recently issued by the UK government and was met with strong investor demand. While this is clearly a welcome development, green bonds alone are not an optimal solution for investors looking for both attractive risk-adjusted returns and a positive sustainable impact.

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What in the world?

By Neil Birrell,Premier Miton Investors

Embark Adviser newsletter

Neil Birrell, Premier Miton’s Chief Investment Officer and manager of the Premier Miton Diversified Growth Fund, considers what might be in store for the world economy and financial markets over the next few months and years.

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Are women key to your future business?

By Gillian Hepburn, UK Intermediary Solutions Director, Schroders

Embark Adviser newsletter

Over the past three years I’ve spent time with financial advisers discussing their wealth transfer strategies and how these impact their businesses. What has become apparent is that perhaps instead of wealth transfer we should refer to wealth retention, because in addition to helping families to understand how wealth will move across the generations, the challenge can be retaining that wealth within an adviser business.

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