Keith Ambachtsheer, Director Emeritus of the International Centre for Pension Management at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto (Canada)
Malcolm Gladwell’s 2000 book “The Tipping Point” offers examples of how individuals, groups, or events can trigger changes in what people think and do in such diverse fields as health, education, crime, and transportation. Can we get to the critical mass of people and events needed to act as catalysts to change the short-term ‘beauty contest’ convention in institutional investing?
Keith Ambachtsheer, Director Emeritus of the International Centre for Pension Management at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto (Canada)
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LETTER - 8 concrete measures: how to adopt a long-termism mindset

The Ambachtsheer Letter

The challenge for us today is to foster the wide-scale adoption of a long-termism mindset in investing.This month's Letter from editorial board member Keith Ambachtsheer offers eight concrete measures to that end.You can read and download it here. 

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The Ambachtsheer Letter - May 2017

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About the author

Keith Ambachtsheer is Director Emeritus of the International Centre for Pension Management at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto (Canada), and Editor of RIJPM the Rotman International Journal of Pension Management.