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SAI: Talking about Strategically Aware Investing

“Investors who fail to develop systematically aware investment processes risk commercial extinction”

Inflection Point Capital Management has developed a new and compelling approach to investing. We call it Strategically Aware Investing (SAI), and we believe it is the only really sensible way to invest in the 21st century. In this short video, Inflection Point CEO Dr Matthew Kiernan discusses SAI with Elisabeth Cassagnes, Manager of Sustainable Development at Groupe La Française.

“Investors who fail to develop systematically aware investment processes risk commercial extinction”

There is a palpable and pervasive sense of angst about what is perceived as excessive short-termism in the financial markets. The litany of proximate causes (and symptoms) is well known, write Matthew Kiernan and IPCM Senior Global Strategic Advisor Paul Clements-Hunt in the December 2013 issue of Investment & Pensions Europe.

A partial solution is already at hand: Strategically-Aware Investing (SAI). Investors face a simple, binary choice. Do they wish to explicitly acknowledge the changing characteristics of the world in which they work or not? A shift to strategically-aware investing is surely just simple common sense. Yet most remain wedded to precisely the same investment assumptions, analytical models, tools, and information sources they used 20 years ago.

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