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Jargon – or useful descriptions?

The ‘jargon’ used in this area is one of its least endearing features…

On the one hand it is important that those who work in the area have a vocabulary that enables them to discuss and describe their different strategies  – and on the other hand – labels are of limited use if they baffle everyone!

On Fund EcoMarket we cut through this as much as we can by sticking to plain English wherever possible – however there are strategy variations and these variations lead to different investment decisions and fund managers/ investee companies relationships, so it is important that these are understood.

This video explains some of the key terms you will hear most often – and how and why they continue to evolve:

 

March 2019

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