From stakeholder capitalism to municipal planning, our experts covered it all this year. Explore our 2022 perspectives roundup.
I recently participated in the Future of Capitalism Summit at Wake Forest University. One of the takeaways from the event was that Millennial and Gen Z adults are much more in favor of “stakeholder capitalism” than their Generation X and Baby Boomer elders. Is this merely a matter of preference, or is there a correct choice — and what would be the correct choice?
Hurricane Ian’s path of destruction—from Cuba to Florida and then on to South Carolina—wiped out $67 billion-worth of real estate and infrastructure. As residents of the hardest-hit areas assess the damage and clear away debris, what’s undoubtedly on the minds of many of them is how to rebuild stronger and better.
Rising inflation rates, an increase in the number of auto accidents, natural disasters, nuclear verdicts, and “social inflation” have contributed to a “hard” (rising insurance premiums and generally lower risk appetite from carriers) insurance market for companies operating in the oil and gas sector.
Kevin Scanlon, Executive Vice President and Head of Private Wealth Management at Stephens, shares his perspective on how our Financial Consultants work with clients for long-term success.
Financial sponsors continue to show significant interest in critical outsourced services supporting the U.S. healthcare system. In particular the healthcare linen management space has received considerable attention, given the dynamics surrounding the business model.