Game Changers video series


Invesco and the University of Cambridge Judge Business School are proud to present a new video series entitled Game Changers showcasing the power of innovation and disruption.

The Game Changers series features interviews with a wide variety of innovative leaders and scholars from across the globe who are using new thinking to address some of the world’s most pressing and challenging economic, social and environmental issues.

Dr Henning Stein, alumnus and Fellow of Cambridge Judge Business School and Global Head of Thought Leadership at Invesco introduces the series.

Notice: This videos is for Cambridge Business School only. The value of investments and any income will fluctuate (this may partly be the result of exchange rate fluctuations) and investors may not get back the full amount invested.

Innovation and disruption are increasingly transforming economic and financial activity at global, at national, and at firm levels and household levels. So, the macro, the geo and the national political implications are as significant as those of past industrial revolutions, which obviously themselves remoulded the world. And in this video series, we bring together thought leaders from around the globe to really shed new light on how everything is accelerating, how change is radically reshaping our planet, our lives and our investment decisions. So welcome to Invesco Game Changers.

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Videos in the series

Is the asset management industry dead?

Hear from David Chambers (Professor in Finance, Cambridge Judge Business School) and Marty Flanagan (CEO, Invesco).

How do we define the impact of ESG investing?

Hear from Barbara Rupf-Bee (Head of EMEA, Allianz Global Investors) and Cathrine de Coninck-Lopez (Head of ESG, Invesco).

What can be done to address educational equity in the US?

Hear from Dr Raphael Bostic (President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta) and Deborah Bial (Founder and President, Posse Foundation).

A life of innovation and disruption

Hear from Dame Stephanie Shirley (pioneering female software entrepreneur and philanthropist).

Innovation in politics: is it time to disrupt democracy?

Hear from Jason Brennan, Georgetown Professor, expert on democratic theory and the author of “Against Democracy”.

From Keynes to currency factors

Hear from David Chambers (Invesco Professor in Finance, Cambridge Judge Business School) and Jay Raol (Head of Fixed Income Factors, Invesco).

The shape of things to come: Imagining 2030 and beyond

Hear from Professor Mauro Guillen (Dean, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge) and Stephanie Butcher (Chief Investment Officer and European Equity Fund Manager, Invesco).

ESG past, present and future

Hear from Lord John Browne of Maddingly about ESG Past, Present and Future.

How do Asset Managers view Diversity, Equality and Inclusion

Hear from Tilly Franklin, CIO, University of Cambridge and Colin Meadows, Senior Managing Director and Head of Digital Ventures, Invesco.