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Monthly highlights for November 2022

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Geopolitics takes centre stage 

Global custodians need to take a more proactive approach in identifying geopolitical flare-ups, according to Stephen Dokken-Isgar, Head of Global Network Management for the Americas. 


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The digital asset evolution 

Ian Sinclair, Head of Digital & Crypto Assets, shares his perspective on how digital assets could change the asset servicing business. 


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Why only half of North American family offices have a sucession plan

Sylvia Rizk, Director of Client Coverage, highlights the importance of succession planning for family offices—just as in television dramas such as Succession and Dynasty


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Luxembourg roundtable: Private assets, ESG and regulation 

Jeremy Albrecht, Head of Client Coverage for Continental Europe, UK & Ireland, discusses key investment issues in Luxembourg as part of a feature interview in Funds Europe


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A shifting family mindset 

The mood of family offices has dampened but their portfolios outperformed this year’s global average returns, according to The North America Family Office Report 2022.


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Taking data seriously 

Find out how data can deliver a competitive edge within the real estate industry by reading this Q&A featuring Robert Munday and Ashley Payn.


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Pooled Fund Survey—Q3 2022

RBC I&TS' quarterly survey of Canadian pooled funds provides comparative returns for individual pooled funds based on data from over 90 asset managers.


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Feeding the world and meeting green targets 

Hear how Canada can feed a growing global population while simultaneously slashing emissions in this three-part RBC Disruptors podcast series.


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Searching for the turning point

The November edition of Financial Markets Monthly from RBC Economics provides a forward-looking analysis of global financial market trends—expect further rate hikes.


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