From ‘anxious societies’ to changing demographics, Credit Suisse has updated its long-term investment ‘supertrends’ — or ideas that will shape the future of the global economy — to align with the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Addressing reporters at an online press conference held on May 4, Credit Suisse analysts gave updates to the ‘supertrends’ against the backdrop of Covid-19.

“When we first launched the supertrends in 2017, our objective was to identify multi-year societal trends that could lead to fast-growing business opportunities and enable investors to grow their capital,” says Credit Suisse’s global chief investment officer Michael Strobaek.

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