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Putting some passion into portfolios

Investment grade collectibles offer not only the joy of ownership but diversified returns and a hedge against inflation. Yet with markets like fine art opaque and illiquid, access to advice is essential 

Christophe Donay, Pictet

Investors ready to stomach illiquidity in search for returns

Low yields from fixed income and an ageing bull market are pushing investors into alternative asset classes such as private equity and hedge funds

Keyu Jin, LSE

Trade war a symptom of changing relationship between China and the US

In the short-term, the trade spat with the US could prove damaging to China, but the picture changes further down the line

Andrew Balls, Pimco

Investors keep powder dry as bonds enter the unknown

With yields higher than they have been in years, bonds are once again an interesting option for income-seeking investors, but there are fears what rising rates and an end to QE might mean for the asset class

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Global Asset Tracker: Asia and emerging markets predicted to enjoy strong year

Most private banks expect Japanese equities to continue to perform in 2018, with European stocks also expected to do well

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Global Asset Tracker: Impact of technology key long-term play for wealth firms

More than 70 per cent of responders to PWM's Global Asset Allocation survey implement cross-sector investment themes, with interest in robotics and AI particularly high

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Global asset tracker: Clock ticking for the low volatility era

A sell-off in global stocks in early 2018 may have spooked investors, but respondents to PWM’s third annual asset allocation survey remain optimistic that the global economy remains on course 

David Older, Carmignac

How to position portfolios in an age of disruption

The pace of technological disruption is likely to increase in the years ahead. There will clearly be winners and losers from this upheaval – how should investors respond?

Mark Mobius, Franklin Templeton

Emerging markets back after lengthy spell on sidelines

Having endured a torrid few years, emerging markets are once again outperforming their developed peers and valuations remain attractive, so is now the time to invest?

Fintech on Friday: the twin threats of technological change

Disruptive technology is applying downward pressure on wages and could well impact even those on higher incomes. It is therefore doubly important that investment portfolios are positioned to benefit from this growing trend

Global Private Banking Awards 2022 Highlights

More than 120 banks from 50 countries around the world entered this year’s annual global private banking awards. 19 of those entrants have won more than one award. Of these, six institutions - including Citi Private Bank, BTG Pactual, Erste Private Banking, HSBC Private Banking, Northern Trust, Itaú Private Bank – gained the top position in three categories each. Video highlights from the 2022 Global Private Banking Awards.

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