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Joohee An, Mirae Asset Global Asset Management
From Asset Allocation / Equity February 10, 2014

Value still available amid Asian consumer boom

Investors are drawn to the dramatic rise of the Asian consumer, but is the best way to access this trend via regional companies on the way up or through established global brands?

Dina de Angelo, Pictet Wealth Management
From Asset Allocation / Alternatives February 6, 2014

Economic recovery boosts hedge fund appeal

A normalising economy and a supportive regulatory framework is expected to entice growing numbers of wealth mangers back into hedge funds, although it is likely to be a gradual process

From Asset Allocation / Equity February 5, 2014

Emerging market equities to play catch up through 2014

Equities, especially in emerging markets, should enjoy a good year as the global economy improves, although volatility is likely to increase

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From Asset Allocation / Portfolio Management February 4, 2014

Green light ahead, mind the speed limit!

The coming year is expected to see a continuation of economic normalisation, which should favour risky assets, believes Eric Verleyen, CIO at SGPB Hambros

Jan Dehn, Ashmore
From Asset Allocation / Portfolio Management January 29, 2014

Multi-asset funds provide room for manoeuvre

The ability to move quickly between asset classes makes multi-asset funds very attractive in an uncertain economic environment, but investors should keep an eye on managers taking on too much equity risk

Hang Seng
From Asset Allocation / Equity December 16, 2013

Why invest in global emerging market small cap equities?

Small companies are often better placed than their larger equivalents to benefit from the rise of the emerging market consumer class, while also offering diversification benefits

Michael O'Sullivan, Credit Suisse
From Asset Allocation / Portfolio Management December 3, 2013

Radical change for factors shaping emerging market growth

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

Mark Haefele, UBS Wealth Management
From Asset Allocation / Portfolio Management December 2, 2013

Currency volatility central to portfolio performance

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

Raj Tanna, JP Morgan Private Bank
From Asset Allocation / Equity November 29, 2013

Equities riding in the slipstream of a global recovery

Private bankers and wealth managers believe an improving global economy bodes well for equities, particularly in Europe. But not all clients are convinced

Colm D'Rosario, Pioneer Investments
From Asset Allocation / Fixed Income November 28, 2013

High yield stands out in troubled times for bonds

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

German real estate has long been a popular asset class among the country's retail investors, but the word is now spreading to international institutions, family offices and wealthy private clients.

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