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Europe’s renaissance

Senior Economist Frederik Ducrozet discusses the 2018 outlook for the euro area, including the potential risks for long-term investors.

House View, January 2018

Asset Allocation Economic and earnings growth continue to offer good momentum and the possibility of upside surprises for 2018, so we remain overweight developed market (DM) equities. However, uncertainties over other key aspects of the outlook mean that investors may be unwise to lower their defences. We are keeping tail risk mitigation in portfolios. Emerging […]

Multi-Generational Wealth, Singapore

The fourth edition of the Asian Family Office Master Class took place in Singapore in November 2017, with about 70 guests attending.

House View, December 2017

Asset allocation Economic and earnings growth continue to offer good momentum and the possibility of upside surprises for 2018, so we remain overweight DM equities. However, uncertainties over other key aspects of the outlook mean that investors may be unwise to lower their defences. We are keeping tail risk mitigation in portfolios. EM equities should […]

The Call of Asia

Robust economic growth, the improving quality of corporate earnings, and a new generation of entrepreneurs all plead in favour of investing directly in Asia.

Doing nicely

The upturn in economic growth, benign central banks and improving corporate fundamentals have all ensured that most asset classes are set to finish 2017 in positive territory. But will the good times last? In the view of Pictet Wealth Management’s (PWM) chief investment manager, Cesar Perez Ruiz, next year “currently looks set to be a […]

House View, November 2017

Asset allocation We remain constructive on equities, which are being underpinned in particular by robust earnings growth. However, there are signs of pressure, especially in forex markets, and occasional spikes in volatility are likely, notably as a result of geopolitical risk. It is worth considering risk mitigation for portfolios put options on equity indices are […]

What does thinking sustainably really mean?

Stephen Barber digs into the foundations of sustainable investment. Humans are not, by nature, very sustainable. We collapse and dissolve all too soon. It’s because life is so desperately brief for all of us that a capacity to think and act sustainably is such a daunting task – yet, when achieved, it is also a deeply […]

Keeping a jewellery business in the family

Two sixth-generation members of the Boghossian family are continuing to develop high-end jewellery with their father and uncle, blending Eastern and Western cultures to create contemporary masterpieces. In the exclusive world of high-end jewellers, the Geneva-based Boghossian House is making waves with stunning pieces of fine and high jewellery that reflect its Armenian heritage. Now […]

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