The next generation will change the advice you give

Will Low,  head of global equities,  Nikko Asset Management

The evolving consumption patterns of millennials throughout the world have created opportunities – and some headaches – for a lot of companies. But it’s also worth noting that millennials in Australia behave quite differently to their, say, Vietnamese counterparts, and understanding these differences is critical for investors looking to capitalise on these opportunities. 

 

 

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