Recent AIQ features

AIQ: The Risk Edition

COVID-19 has shown how quickly a single event can disrupt a globalised economy. AIQ explores some of the biggest threats facing the world, from cybersecurity to environmental disasters, and considers the investment implications.

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AIQ: The Risk Edition

AIQ: The Climate Edition

Can the world get back on track towards meeting the commitments of 2015’s Paris Agreement? From science to psychology; from land use to big data; we examine the challenges posed by climate change and assess potential solutions.

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The Little Book of Data

Visual vignettes to help us better understand the world and provoke thought, sign up to receive our hard copy coffee table book of data visualisations, The Little Book of Data.

 

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The Little Book of Data

AIQ 011: The Climate Edition

AIQ 010: Connected Thinking

AIQ 009: Emerging Markets

AIQ 008: The Future Edition

AIQ 006: Behavioural Finance

AIQ 005: Millennials

AIQ 004: China's Future

Previous editions

AIQ 003: Artificial Intelligence

We focus on the revolutionary area of artificial intelligence which, depending on your perspective, will transform humankind for the better or lead to a dystopian future where machines control the planet. Technology features prominently elsewhere in this issue, as we look at Big Data and 3D printing. We also consider a world without central bank support and the future of asset management.

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AIQ 003: Artificial Intelligence

AIQ 002: Spheres of Influence

We look at whether national self-interest in the US, China and Russia will lead to the emergence of new ‘spheres of influence’, and the potential economic and market ramifications. In this issue, we also take a look at how robo advice is shaking up the intermediary market, the fintech revolution in China and why demographic shifts will be a major driver of investment performance.

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AIQ 002: Spheres of Influence

AIQ 001: The Amazon Effect

We consider the insatiable ambition of Amazon to conquer new markets. Also in this issue, Aviva Investors’ CEO Euan Munro outlines what the asset management industry needs to do to win back public trust; while US policymaker Andy Stern makes his case for a universal basic income.

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AIQ 001: The Amazon Effect

Macro House View

Representing the best collective judgement of Aviva Investors on the current and future investment environment.

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