In this recent Financial Times article, David Stevenson outlines how population and economic growth in South Asia and Africa mean this year is a good time for investors to revisit emerging markets for new opportunities.
We live in a world of increasing geopolitical instability, higher inflation and tightening monetary policy. Can investing in real assets provide sustainable, less correlated returns?
Asia only receives a fraction of global funding into clean and renewable energy, creating opportunities for institutional investors to help plug a funding gap.
Join celebrated BBC journalist Vivienne Parry OBE as she meets TLEI’s Nick Parsons to explore this London Stock Exchange-listed company dedicated to investing in sustainable energy infrastructure projects in Asia that can help tackle climate change at source.
We cannot deny those fundamental social rights to any people. Nor can we close down our dirty manufacturing industry at home, simply to rebuild it abroad whilst taking credit for reducing our own CO2 emissions. We need to step back and look at these issues from a global perspective.
Over US$530 billion was spent on new energy generation capacity in 2021, and it is expected that renewables will account for 70% of that figure – a significant increase in recent years, establishing renewable energy as an asset class in its own right.
Investors increasingly want to invest where their money makes a difference. Evidence-based analysis is replacing the unsubstantiated claims of clever marketing campaigns.
ThomasLloyd Energy Impact Trust recognised by London Stock Exchange as contributing to the global green economy. The Mark is given to companies and funds that …
TLEI is the first ever dedicated offering on the London Stock Exchange, providing direct access to sustainable energy infrastructure assets in fast-growing and emerging economies in Asia.
This year, the UK hosted the 26th summit in Glasgow, perceived by many as one of the World’s last chances to agree on measures to get runaway climate change under control.
In a speech at COP26, the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced that the ThomasLloyd Energy Impact Trust PLC was one of the winners that will deliver new investment at scale for clean, and reliable infrastructure, including renewable energy. Nandita Sahgal Tully joined other MOBILIST finalists at a formal event prior to Finance Day.