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Fredrik Nerbrand, HSBC

Should investors be overweight bonds or equities?

HSBC’s Fredrick Nerbrand and Mike O’Sullivan of Credit Suisse discuss whether investors should be increasing allocations to bonds or equities

David McNair, One Campaign

Should transparency trump privacy?

The ONE campaign’s David McNair and James Quarmby of law firm Stephenson Harwood are at odds over the benefits of greater transparency

Will Ukraine prove to be the catalyst for another crisis?

Saxo Bank’s Steen Jakobsen and Mark Burgess of Threadneedle discuss whether the Ukraine crisis will have much broader implications

Chloé Koos Dunand, Pictet

Should investors hang onto their pots of gold?

Pictet’s Chloé Koos Dunand and Ani Markova of Smith & Williamson discuss what role gold should be playing in portfolios

Jim Hamel, Artisan Partners

Go for growth or value in a global upturn?

Jim Hamel of Artisan Partners and ING's Nicolas Simar discuss whether investors should head for growth or value-oriented stocks

Ineke Valke, Theodoor Gilissen

Should investors still favour emerging economies?

Ineke Valke of Theodoor Gilissen and BlackRock’s Jeff Shen discuss the role emerging markets should be playing in portfolios

Peter Jenkins, Nomura Asset Management UK

Will Abenomics finally bring an end to Japan’s lost decades?

Nomura’s Peter Jenkins and Mads Pedersen of UBS Wealth Management debate whether Abenomics will prove to be a lasting cure for Japan’s ills 

Alvaro Sobrinho, Banco Valor

Should investors head to Africa or Asia in the hunt for returns?

Banco Valor’s Alvaro Sobrinho and James Cheo from HSBC Private Bank debate the merits of investing in Africa and Asia

Jerome Teiletche, Lombard Odier

Does risk parity make sense in the current climate?

Lombard Odier’s Jérôme Teiletche and Charles Stucke from Guggenheim Investment Advisors debate whether the risk parity approach is suitable in the current market environment

Jeff Molitor Vanguard

Smart beta strategies vs cap-weighted indices

Vanguard’s Jeff Molitor makes the case for cap-weighted indices while Felix Goltz of EDHEC-Risk Institute backs smart beta strategies

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