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    Private banks are identifying a number of overarching 'supertrends' which are increasingly forming the focus of their clients' portfolios.

    These key investment themes, discussed in the Professional Wealth Management Expert Series videos by Nannette Hechler-Fayd'herbe, chief investment officer, international wealth management, Credit Suisse and Marisa Drew, chief sustainability officer, Credit Suisse, have proved crucial signposts in the challenging post-Covid landscape.

     

    In discussion:

    Post-pandemic investment themes: Investment themes - including healthcare, the reviving travel industry and likely global dominance of China - are central to understanding the future content of private client portfolios, according to Nannette Hechler-Fayd'herbe, chief investment officer, international wealth management, Credit Suisse

    The Silver Economy: Nannette Hechler-Fayd'herbe, chief investment officer, international wealth management, Credit Suisse, discusses major demographic trends related to the ageing global population, the increasing spending power of 'silver' investors and the transfer of assets and responsibilities between generations 

    Food supply, health and climate change: The intricate links between food production methods, physical health and the world's changing climate are examined by Marisa Drew, chief sustainability officer, Credit Suisse

    Investing for wealthy women: It is crucial to understand women's investing psychology and appreciate which areas of life and society they care about, before determining the nature of their portfolios, believes Nannette Hechler-Fayd'herbe, chief investment officer, international wealth management, Credit Suisse and Marisa Drew, the bank's chief sustainability officer

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