Fears over falling growth rates and the end of QE have made investors wary of emerging markets, but these economies should receive a boost as the developed world recovers
Which continent offers the most to investors?
Private bankers and wealth managers believe an improving global economy bodes well for equities, particularly in Europe
Investments into SE Asia require significant groundwork; Philippines count cost of Typhoon Haiyan
The Fed’s potential tapering of quantitative easing is just one reason why it is vital portfolios are hedged against currency risk, while private investors can benefit from fluctuations
Swiss private banks face problems which in combination may prove fatal for some, but those that adapt can enjoy a bright future
Citi’s Catherine Weir believes the vast wealth due to be passed from one generation to the next over the coming decade presents a huge opportunity for family offices and wealth managers
Despite volatility over the summer, high yield bond funds continue to attract investors searching for yield in what is a difficult environment for fixed income in general
Eric Syz, who helped found Banque Syz along asset management lines rather than the more traditional secrecy-led model, welcomes the changes running through Swiss private banking and plays down rumours of a possible sale
Many family offices remain overweight equities as markets continue to outperform other mainstream asset classes, but worry that valuations are too high
More than 100 banks from 45 countries entered the awards. These are the winners in each of the 53 categories
The popularity of alternative Ucits funds is on the rise, but investors need to be aware of the pitfalls as well as the potential of these vehicles
An international panel of leading thinkers and pioneers of the sub-advisory model, including private banks and asset managers, discuss how regulatory changes are affecting the dynamics of the European distribution landscape.
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