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Yaroslav Lissovolik, Deutsche Bank
From Regions / Europe / Russia November 28, 2011

Taming the Russian bear

Western institutions are queuing up to invest in Russian equities, believing them undervalued, but local entrepreneurs are much more sceptical about the risks involved

From Regions / Europe / Russia November 28, 2011

Taming the Russian bear

Western institutions are queuing up to invest in Russian equities, believing them undervalued, but local entrepreneurs are much more sceptical about the risks involved

From Regions / Europe / Switzerland October 31, 2011

UBS faces up to uncertain future

Disappointing results, the rogue trading scandal and the resignation of Oswald Grübel leave Swiss giant UBS at something of a crossroads

Burkhard Varnholt, Bank Sarasin
From Regions / Europe / Switzerland October 31, 2011

‘Old-fashioned’ asset allocation suits Sarasin

Sarasin’s Burkhard Varnholt explains why he believes managers should be in no rush to move client money into risky assets in a search for higher returns

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From Regions / Europe / United Kingdom September 27, 2011

UK economy faces stormy outlook

CCLA Investment Management’s CIO, James Bevan, explains why the UK needs major economic growth to tackle its debt mountain

Patrick Rivière, La Française
From Regions / Europe / France September 27, 2011

La Française prepares to harvest a foreign vintage

Patrick Rivière discusses how French funds group La Française aims to cater to new clients and outlines plans for cross-border expansion

Jaccques D’Estais, BNP Paribas
From Regions / Europe / France September 5, 2011

BNP Paribas leaves behind Franco-French mentality

Jaccques D’Estais’ desire to move BNP Paribas away from a product pushing mindset has seen the French bank significantly increase its international imprint

From Regions / Europe June 29, 2011

Greece tests investors’ nerve

 
Physical wreckage has led to market uncertainty

The situation in Greece is extremely volatile but should not lead to radical investment changes.

Alexandros Sarrigeorgiou, EFG Eurolife
From Regions / Europe / Greece June 29, 2011

Banks and insurers plan to rise from flames

Tougher regulation should lead to a consolidation of the financial services industry in Greece

From Regions / Europe June 1, 2011

Debt burdens driving down valuations

Germany is leading northern Europe out of recession while the south continues to suffer from debt issues, but it is a company’s links to emerging markets that is catching investors’ attention.

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