Since the economic crisis gripped the most developed economies, the world of finance has faced particular scrutiny. Under the spotlight, the very notion of ethical financing is rapidly expanding.
Throughout the economic crisis, many investors have turned to diamonds and art as refuge assets. Such assets have performed well, but the risks are very different compared to more conventional investments.
Governments are no longer the only players in the geopolitical game. Many corporations have consolidated enough power to make them political entities in their own right.