Majedie Journal

Summer 2020

Opened in 1937, as the world was emerging from the Great Depression, the iconic Golden Gate Bridge is a symbol of long-term thinking, preparedness and human ingenuity. With a length of over 2.5 kilometres, the six-lane bridge has only had cause to close on three occasions in its 83-year history due to poor weather. It stands stalwart against the tide of history. At a period of change and uncertainty, this edition of the Journal looks at why it’s important to overcome cognitive biases in the face of a crisis, contemplates potential changes in the investment industry after Covid-19 and provides an update on our business. We also consider the role of Responsible Capitalism in improving equality as the economy emerges from the lockdown.

THE ART<br> OF KEEPING CALM
InsightSummer 2020

THE ART
OF KEEPING CALM

Tom Record writes that media and political framing of Covid-19 has often been at odds with the science and considers the cognitive biases that make focusing on the data so difficult in a crisis.

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FACE TO FACE
BusinessSummer 2020

FACE TO FACE

In a wide-ranging interview, CEO Rob Harris discusses Majedie’s approach to navigating the lockdown and considers the sorts of changes our industry might experience as a result of Covid-19.

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AnalysisSummer 2020

THE ROAD TO REDEMPTION

Volkswagen may have fallen under the radar for many investors, but Tinger Wen believes the company is fast becoming a major contender in the market for electric vehicles.

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