PWM’s second asset allocation survey comes at a time when economic fundamentals are expected to play a much more prominent role in asset valuations, while managing volatility will also remain key
PWM’s first asset allocation survey comes at a time when a number of factors have seen volatility dominating markets. Will this continue and how are leading banks positioning portfolios in response?
PWM’s first annual private banking Global Asset Tracker survey, based on interviews with chief investment officers, heads of asset allocation and chief investment strategists of 35 selected global and regional private banks. Together they manage more than $7.5tn in total client assets globally
Fund distribution is changing. A number of “global gorillas” are expanding through acquisition to dominate the cross-border space while other banks look to dominate their domestic markets. But does this benefit investors?
Institutional investors are streamlining their decision making process so that they can rise to the investment opportunities thrown up by market turmoil. Ceri Jones reports
Institutional investors across Europe are grappling with how best to turn volatility from risk into opportunity. Ceri Jones reveals the results of our investor survey
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Respondents to PWM’s global asset tracker survey predict high growth in European, global and Japanese equities
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