The Haney Group feel that growth in experience from developing countries that leverage private investment with relatively small amounts of public financing have the key to successful investment.
The Haney Group a boutique equity research and management firm based in Hong Kong founded by a diverse private wealth consortium of financial professionals, with a combined knowledge of the stock markets, tax legislation, legal compliance and market analysis. Priding themselves in giving the very best service to their institutional investors, high net worth individuals and private investors today released a statement to investors.
Equity and debt financing by public institutions especially development banks is still the fundamental reason that the world is seeing a raise in the awareness and the consequential increase of private investment. New, more stringent banking regulations instigated in the aftermath of the most recent global market crisis is the main cause of the slowdown in investment in long-term finance infrastructure.
“Present trade rules and the actions of international development financial institutions need to stop blocking potential industrial and economic gains from green investment that are supported by tax revenues and these are crucial for all countries. This is true for not only major exporting countries such as China, but also for smaller countries that are aiming to benefit the economy from their willingness to go green,” announced David Roberts, the Senior Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions at The Haney Group.
Worldwide financial markets need to take a longer-term view but most developed countries’ financial sectors remain on the whole resistant to financial reform in this direction. These things must change to allow these factors to translate into the level of investment that is needed to raise the estimated USD $100 trillion needed by 2030 to finance the worlds’ infrastructure.
The Haney Group are of the opinion that the developing countries who have the advantage of capital markets that are still maturing have the opportunity to forge ahead by shaping those markets in such a way so that it would encourage larger investment in the future of low-carbon and resource-efficient global economies.
“Failure to invest in green infrastructure will reduce a growth in economies worldwide, result in a systematic financial risk increase and fuel social problems. We are showing our investors the incentives needed to keep a certain amount of ‘green’ in their portfolios and we believe that other investors that are following today’s financial trends will eventually follow our outlook,” added David Roberts, the Senior Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions at The Haney Group.