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From Regions / Europe March 29, 2012

European equity funds provide rich pickings

The huge number of European equity funds on offer provides plenty of opportunities, but fund selectors need to be aware of managers’ preferences for their home nation

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From Regions / Europe / Switzerland February 28, 2012

Switzerland learns to adapt to increased regulation

Increasing levels of regulation, especially from the US, are forcing the Swiss to make significant adjustments to preserve their status as a leading financial centre

From Regions / Europe February 28, 2012

European equities and economy following different paths

Worries over the eurozone remain, but European equities are attractively priced, while many of the continent’s large cap companies are well-positioned to make major inroads into emerging Asia

From Regions / Europe / Russia February 28, 2012

Russia's financial community readies itself for change

Russia’s financial community is calling out for the introduction of badly-needed reforms, but will Vladimir Putin’s government listen?

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From Regions / Europe / Switzerland January 30, 2012

Swiss scandals could signal end of an era

The scandal surrounding the Hildebrands may mark a watershed in the relationship between Swiss bankers and politicians

Bill O'Neill, Merrill Lynch
From Regions / Europe January 30, 2012

Will the euro survive the debt crisis?

Bill O'Neill, Chief Investment Officer, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management EMEA (left), and Elisa Parisi-Capone, Senior Economist for Western Europe and Finance and Banking at Roubini Global Economics, discuss what the future holds for Europe's common currency

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

German real estate has long been a popular asset class among the country's retail investors, but the word is now spreading to international institutions, family offices and wealthy private clients.

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