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Quality conversation and a new concern: thoughts from Davos
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Quality conversation and a new concern: thoughts from Davos

Hear the thoughts and reflections from our Senior Managing Partner, Patrick Odier’s experience at Davos this year. It’s evident that the link between sustainability and business success is intrinsically linked. This is now more urgent than ever.

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How employee wellbeing is worth more than income

Now more than ever, we have a lot of choice in how to build a career. Technological advances have made it easier to have a flexible working life. We may choose to freelance or work remotely. As the number of freelancers increase across all sectors, businesses have started to focus on wellbeing in the workplace.

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Defining tomorrow's food today

How we eat in the future was the subject of the fourth Lombard Odier women's breakfast which was held recently in our offices in Paris. Between food waste, persistent hunger and increases in obesity rates, what we put on our plates today is never far from discussion.

Urgency increases for positive outcomes as Australia's backing of coal sparks anger

The second week of the Twenty-Fourth Conference of the Parties (COP24) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change has brought about a new sense of urgency that something positive be achieved at the talks.

Climate change in Katowice - the US is still in but are wealthy countries paying enough?

The heavily coal-dependent city of Katowice in Poland is the venue for the Twenty-Fourth Conference of the Parties (COP24) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change this week. The 2015 Paris Accord was about pledges on the issue surrounding climate change, and the event's goal is to turn those promises into action. Here is a round up of the events of the first week.

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Melville - the city where an elder life is a better life

Melville in Australia is a city of the elderly. One in every four people is over the age of 60 and it has the second highest level of dementia in Western Australia. By 2020, the older population is expected to rise to 29,400, almost one third of all residents.

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The two keys

The way in which humanity consumes Earth’s resources has triggered a slow-moving catastrophe. To reverse it, we must act fast. But the problem of resource sustainability is an indicator of two even deeper problems. And while the—often surprising—solutions to these problems are entirely achievable, investors must fulfil a critical role if they’re to be realised in time. Investors who answer the call won’t just change the world for the better. They’ll be the beneficiaries of a truly extraordinary investment opportunity.

Sustainability - the greatest investment opportunity of all time
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Sustainability - the greatest investment opportunity of all time

At Lombard Odier, we believe sustainability will be the single biggest driver of returns. We integrate sustainability into our investment strategies.

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