Schroders introduces new risk tool to manage growing external pressure on corporate profitability

The return drivers on listed equities will change in the years to come, predicts Schroders' Andrew Howard. To assist the asset management company's fund managers in identifying the future industry winners and losers, the company has developed a new risk assessment tool.

Andrew Howard is former management consultant at McKinsey & Co and equtiy anaylst at Goldman Sachs. He joined Schroders in February 2016. | Photo: PR

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