Yves Bonzon, Chief Investment Officier, explains that the levels necessary to trigger quantitative easing measures in the US have not been reached, shifting the responsibility for growth to Europe and the political measures that will be discussed in September. The markets will be volatile until then and the preferred asset classes remain investment grade corporate […]
The luxury sector looks promising as the Emerging Markets represent now 40% of the global luxury items consumption. In this video Caroline Reyl, Senior Investment Manager, explains how the Chinese consumers will drive growth and profitability for luxury brands.
In this video Yves Bonzon, Pictet’s Chief Investment Officer, explains why hedging for currency risk might be more tricky than it looks in the context of a Euro breakup. Don’t forget that you can subscribe to our videos in iTunes.
Some people wonder if the hedge fund industry is less performant because it has reached full capacity. Nicolas Campiche gives his views and explains what we should expect for the future and why hedge funds have a role to play in portfolios. Don’t forget that you can subscribe to our videos in iTunes.
Chief Investment Officer Yves Bonzon explains in the video below how to best manage assets with the Eurozone debt crisis in mind. “We are getting very close to a potentially defining moment in the European crisis. The catalyst of course will be whether or not Greece stays in the common currency, a decision that might […]
The deleveraging process is taking place in Europe and in the U.S. Although it is handled very differently on each side of the Atlantic (see our previous video), the fundamental forces in action call for specific choices of asset class. Chief Investment Officer Yves Bonzon explains on which assets investors need to focus in these […]
The valuation of European banks and U.S. banks have varied greatly over the last 3 years. Recently, European banks have greatly underperformed their U.S. counterparts. Alexandre Tavazzi, head of advisory at Pictet, explains in this video how the central bank responses to the financial crisis have impacted the recent trading activity.
The economic environment from developed countries changed radically in 2008, shifting from the Great Moderation with stable public debt and growing economies to the Great Divergence where public debt and economic growth pull in different directions. Christophe Donay explains the reasons behind this shift and the impact for investors on their asset allocation.