Every crisis brings about new disruptions and the opportunity to do things differently. For instance, the financial collapse of 2008 kicked off the age of fintech with blockchain, robo-advisors, and many such technology-enabled innovations in finance. The complexity grows even further as calls for environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices influence responsible investment. With a view from above, disruptions constantly reshape an investment landscape for investors to navigate. This is good for competition and for financial markets.