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Michael O'Sullivan, Credit Suisse
From Asset Allocation / Equity 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

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

Patrick Chang, BNP Paribas Investment Partners
From Asset Allocation / Equity November 28, 2013

Southeast Asia full of promise if investors do their homework

Investors considering Southeast Asia must delve into the backgrounds of the families who own much of the region’s businesses, while smaller firms are often the best bet

Robert Ruttmann, Bank Julius Baer
From Asset Allocation / Equity September 27, 2013

Investors eager to access African equities

Africa’s growth story is beginning to grab investors’ attention, but the continent’s stockmarkets are hard to penetrate meaning private equity may be the best route in

From Asset Allocation / Equity September 25, 2013

Henderson still bullish on Japanese equity

With the performance of stockmarkets around the world varying hugely so far this year, asset allocation calls are crucial

From Asset Allocation / Equity July 3, 2013

Banking stocks back on the menu

High net worth individuals appear to have finally overcome their fear of banking stocks, but allocations to the financial sector are very selective with US groups much more appealing than their European counterparts

Daniel Murray, EFG Asset Management
From Asset Allocation / Equity July 2, 2013

Is Abenomics the right medicine for Japan’s ills?

Recent falls in Japanese equities have shaken some private bankers’ faith in the ability of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to fix the structural problems that plague his country

Duncan Goodwin, Martin Currie
From Asset Allocation / Equity May 30, 2013

Widening the net to make commodities pay

Commodity-related funds may have been suffering of late but Martin Currie’s Duncan Goodwin has found success running the Global Resources fund by diversifying across a wide range of sectors and focusing on company strategy and management rather than the index

Claudia Panseri, SocGen
From Asset Allocation / Equity May 1, 2013

Catching the stockmarket surge

Equities offer investors attractive valuations and the promise of yield, but their biggest selling point is the lack of viable alternatives

Florent Brones, BNP Paribas Wealth Management
From Asset Allocation / Equity April 10, 2013

Seeking European equities with international exposure

PWM invited leading figures in the wealth management industry to discuss whether a shift from bonds to equities is really underway and which European stocks would sit best in private client portfolios

Nannette Hechler Fayd'herbe, chief investment officer for international wealth management and global head of economics and research at Credit Suisse, discusses the global economic outlook, trade wars and central bank policy with Elliot Smither.

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