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Whitepaper: Who are the businesses of the future?

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In this whitepaper you will discover:

  • The businesses dominating the S&P500
  • The emergence a dominating truly great business model
  • Companies we believe will tomorrow’s great businesses

 

SUBSCRIBE FOR FREE TO UNLOCK THIS WHITEPAPER

In this whitepaper you will discover:

  • The businesses dominating the S&P500
  • The emergence a dominating truly great business model
  • Companies we believe will tomorrow’s great businesses

 

Whitepaper: Who are the businesses of the future?

By 2025, emerging regions are expected to make up almost half the companies in the Fortune Global 500, up from 85 in 2010. Which means that, to identify the great businesses of tomorrow, investors need to shift their focus away from today’s go-to stocks.

We will need to look particularly to online technology platforms domiciled in China, which is now the largest e-commerce market in the world.This white paper looks at the key attributes of these businesses, and highlights some of the companies we believe could be the businesses of the future.

The Montgomery Global Fund has invested in what we believe to be tomorrow’s great businesses. Businesses like Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) and Tencent (HKEx: 700) are emerging as likely candidates for tomorrow’s great global businesses. Since inception in July 2015, the Fund has returned 23.73% outperforming the benchmark by 6.81%. To find out more about investing in the fund visit the web page – Montgomery Global Fund.

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Andrew Macken is a Portfolio Manager at Montgomery Global Investment Management. Andrew joined Montgomery in March 2014 after spending four years as a Research Analyst under Jim Chanos at Kynikos Associates in New York.

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