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From Due Diligence April 17, 2014

Plotting a path into Chinese equity markets

Once the decision to allocate to Chinese equities has been made, investors must determine how broad an area to focus on and whether to go for a foreign or domestic manager

Jim Hamel, Artisan Partners
From Comment / Great Debate April 7, 2014

Go for growth or value in a global upturn?

Jim Hamel of Artisan Partners and ING's Nicolas Simar discuss whether investors should head for growth or value-oriented stocks

Antony John, ECU
From Wealth Management / Profiles April 7, 2014

ECU confident multi-asset structure ready for limelight

The diversified approach offered by multi-asset investments will find favour in a world adjusting to QE tapering, believes ECU’s Antony John

Derrick Irwin, Wells Fargo
From Asset Allocation / Equity April 1, 2014

Political pressures put investors off emerging market equities

Recent sell-offs in emerging market equities have been dramatic, but most fund managers believe the asset class remains a compelling long-term investment

Alexey Aleksandrov, UkrSibbank
From Wealth Management / Profiles March 31, 2014

UkrSibbank in step with cautious Ukrainian clients

Ukraine’s UrkSibbank has slowly but surely been making headway in the country’s private banking industry, bringing Western-style products to a clientele who are slow to trust and prefer to play it safe

Eleanor Hope-Bell, State Street Global Advisors
From Roundtables March 27, 2014

The future of ETFs in private client portfolios

PWM invited leading figures in the wealth management industry to discuss what is driving the growth of exchange traded funds, the impact of regulation and the debate between physical and synthetic vehicles

Frédérique Carrier, RBC Wealth Management
From Asset Allocation / Equity March 26, 2014

Time to gain exposure to the European recovery?

Europe’s economy appears to be moving in the right direction, but are equities in the region overvalued and which areas should investors leave well alone?

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis March 21, 2014

Société Générale's return home a sign of things to come

SocGen’s sale of its Asian private banking unit to DBS marks a change of emphasis for the bank and could be the first of many

From Comment / Consultants' Corner March 17, 2014

Wealth managers fail to match clients' changing objectives

Wealthy clients often swap managers when undergoing a lifestyle change, suggesting advisers are not doing enough to adapt

From Fund Selection April 1, 2014

Fund Selection - April 2014

Each month in PWM, 9 top European asset allocators reveal how they would spend €100,000 in a fund supermarket for a fairly conservative client with a balanced strategy

PWM invited leading figures in the wealth management industry to discuss what is driving the growth of exchange traded funds, the impact of regulation and the debate between physical and synthetic vehicles.

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