The Future Leaders Panel, comprising industry and academic experts, will help develop a proprietary framework that will enable EFG Asset Management (EFGAM) to enhance its research process by better identifying visionary leaders in company management teams.
Measuring successful management is not easily quantifiable or apparent from traditional company analysis – something which EFGAM seeks to accomplish with the panel. We believe this is a truly unique initiative as the panel’s input will be directly linked to our investment process.
Future Leaders are behind the successful companies of tomorrow. The management teams of such companies add significant value to the firms they operate. EFG has created the Future Leaders Panel to draw on the intellectual capital of experts in the fields (shown in diagram) to bolster its existing investment process and ultimately benefit its clients.
Tara explains that if you have prepared your brain for a given opportunity, it will be less threatening when the situation arises.
The film industry’s misconceptions about what makes movies sell.
How one hotel chain innovated by stripping back.
How newspapers broke with tradition to increase their profits
Moz explains why Trump will be focusing on continued US growth going into 2020.
Fear, anger, disgust, shame, sadness, surprise, joy, trust?
EFG’s Global Head of Research Daniel Murray will be reviewing how well our 2019 Outlook predictions are faring against a macroeconomic backdrop of slowing global growth.
We are excited to have Nathan Furr, assistant professor of strategy at INSEAD and EFG Future Leaders panellist, who will be providing engaging insights from his latest book.
Moz Afzal will provide our 2019 outlook and review the macro environment, as well as insight from Future Leaders panellist Freek Vermeulen
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