What will capital markets look like in 2030?
Our new report ‘Capital markets to 2030: Global re-alignment’ explores how the world’s capital markets might evolve by 2030.
Capital markets link savings and investment making them uniquely vital to economic growth. The coming decades will see a major realignment of global markets but some surprising continuity as well. As emerging markets become more important, developed markets will show unexpected resilience with global investors cautious in the face of uncertainty.
What is most likely to pose the biggest risks for those investing in international capital markets between now and 2030?
What proportion of assets currently invested – as equity or debt instruments – in countries presently considered emerging markets is expected to be invested in 2030?
How will regulation of international equity and debt markets evolve over the long term?