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Vistra reiterates its commitment to capital markets and launches Loan Market Solutions
When it comes to investment, one thing is certain: there will always be a “flavour of the month,” the latest trend that investors hope will lead to greater returns. From ETFs to ESG in hedge funds and real estate, investors everywhere are looking for opportunities.
While the pandemic has adversely affected many industries, the warehouse and industrial sectors have thrived during the crisis. New customer purchase patterns, including a spike in electronic commerce, have increased the importance of efficient supply chain logistics and spurred demand for warehouse space.
The pandemic is a year old and has affected the global economy in countless ways, from lowering demand for oil to increasing demand for personal protective equipment. Supply chains in particular have been transformed, affecting businesses in all sectors.
Vistra Group (Vistra), a leading provider of expert advisory and administrative support to Fund, Corporate, Capital Market and Private Wealth clients, has been notified by the Australian Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) that the Commonwealth Treasurer has no objection to Vistra acquiring up to 100% interest in the securities of Mainstream Group Holdings Limited (ASX: MAI) (Mainstream).
Scott Kraemer, Managing Director of Alternative Investments for Vistra in North America, outlines some emerging trends in the industry and explains why operational transformation and digital innovation will be central to funds’ success over the coming years. 
As a special region covering nine cities and two special administrative regions (SAR), China’s Greater Bay Area (GBA) has brought together Guangdong province, Hong Kong SAR and Macau SAR for the development of an integrated economic and innovation hub.
Despite worldwide business upheavals and travel disruptions in 2020, the private equity industry in South East Asia managed to grow by 4 percent in the first half of last year.
Four things your business needs to consider in the wake of Brexit