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From Comment / Editor's Analysis April 28, 2015

Will fortune favour the bold global investor?

Adventurous investors can certainly expect to find opportunities in those regions contributing to global instability

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From Comment / Consultants' Corner April 20, 2015

Fatca regulations threaten Hong Kong’s reputation

Hong Kong has experienced huge growth as an international wealth centre in recent years but by signing up to Fatca regulations it could be in for a bumpier ride 

Reinaldo Le Grazie, Bradesco Asset Management
From Comment / Great Debate April 13, 2015

Best of Brics crown is up for grabs

Bradesco’s Reinaldo Le Grazie and Manuela D’Onofrio of UniCredit discuss which of the Bric economies offers the best investment opportunities

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis March 23, 2015

Modern portfolios cry out for a touch of spice

Events since 2007 suggest modern portfolio theory is no longer relevant, though some in the wealth management industry are slow to change, leading to losses for private clients

From Comment / Consultants' Corner March 19, 2015

Mature markets dominate surge in M&A valuations

The high levels of M&A in the wealth management sector reflect the pressure for firms to find profitable business models in an increasingly congested and regulated marketplace

Maxime Alimi, AXA IM
From Comment / Consultants' Corner February 27, 2015

QE shows ECB is serious about threat of deflation

Quantitative easing will give a boost to Europe's economy but may need to continue into 2017 to counter deflationary pressures

Richard Duncan, Macro Watch
From Comment / Great Debate February 23, 2015

Will the ECB’s QE bazooka send European stocks higher?

As the ECB turns on the QE tap, what does this mean for stockmarkets? Macro Watch’s Richard Duncan and Raoul Ruparel from Open Europe give their views

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis February 20, 2015

‘Perfect story’ scuppers Swiss brand clean-up

Switzerland’s private banks have been trying to remodel themselves but the HSBC affair is the latest in a series of setbacks proving they still have a long way to go

Su Shan Tan DBS
From Comment / Consultants' Corner February 17, 2015

A bumper year for the world of wealth

Last year saw M&A activity, digital development and significant changes to business models across the wealth management landscape, and 2015 should be just as hectic

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis January 23, 2015

Swiss stagger under weight of franc fallout

The profitability of Swiss private banks will be hit by the SNB’s withdrawal of the currency ceiling and could speed up the shift of some operations overseas 

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