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The Investment Institute is at the heart of Investec Asset Management’s commitment to develop unique insight and engagement opportunities for our clients and stakeholders.

We provide research and analysis on key political, economic and investment trends to support effective, long-term investment management decisions. The Institute is actively involved with Investec’s sustainability and environmental, social and governance initiatives.

Our work draws upon the investment expertise and unique heritage of our firm in addition to partnerships with leading academics and industry practitioners.

Katherine Tweedie

Executive Director
Investment Institute

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Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. The value of investments, and any income generated from them, can go down as well as up; losses may be made.

Specific risks
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Investing in China: China may have less developed legal, political, economic and/or other systems. Investment in mainland China may therefore involve a higher risk of financial loss when compared with countries generally regarded as being more developed.
Emerging market: Some countries may have less developed legal, political, economic and/or other systems. These markets carry a higher risk of financial loss than those in countries generally regarded as being more developed.
Real estate: Real estate prices rise and fall in response to a variety of factors, including local, regional and national economic and political conditions, interest rates and tax considerations. Real estate investments can be harder to buy and sell when compared to more liquid investments and as a result can be more volatile.

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