Asia: Playing the Long Game

Time-horizons matter.


In a world beset by an ever-expanding list of developmental, environmental and economic challenges, a long-term mind-set is crucial if companies are to not only survive, but contribute and benefit from the necessary changes required over the coming decades. But with the average tenure of a CEO now close to five years, and the average holding period for a stock less than six months, time horizons are collapsing when they should be expanding. In 2020, lockdowns, loose monetary policy by central banks and stock market euphoria combined to create an environment plagued with short-term pressures. We believe being able to think and act for the long-term is one of the strongest, and rarest, assets a company can have today. 

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