Increasing great power and system conflicts not only endanger the foundations of global economic cooperation, but can also trigger extensive disruptions in many transaction networks. In several respects, a new "Cold War 2.0" looms in the future, greatly reducing the willingness to engage in economic exchange.
Against this backdrop, entrepreneurs and investors should prepare for a long phase of conflict-prone deglobalization, characterized by increasing threat risks and overarching security calculations.
About FERI Cognitive Finance Institute
FERI Cognitive Finance Institute is the strategic research centre and creative think tank of the FERI Group, with a clear focus on innovative analysis and method development for long-term aspects of economic and capital market research. The institute uses the latest findings from areas such as behavioural economics, complexity theory and cognitive science.
The FERI Cognitive Finance Institute is backed by an experienced team with an interdisciplinary academic background, many years of research practice and specific expertise. In addition, it has access to a powerful network of external experts.
The Institute was founded in 2016 by Dr. Heinz-Werner Rapp, CEO of FERI AG and CIO of the FERI Group, for which he has worked since 1995. Rapp studied economics at the University of Mannheim and received his doctorate on psychologically influenced investor behaviour ("Behavioral Finance"). He has worked on alternative capital market models for many years and has recently developed key principles of the new "Cognitive Finance" theory.
FERI has operated as an independent investment house since 1987, with a focus on investment research, investment management and investment consulting. The name FERI stands for "Financial & Economic Research International".