Posts Tagged ‘carousel’

Investing in a post-Brexit world

Brexit should not lead to a repeat of the financial crisis of 2007-2008. So argue Pictet analysts and economists in the July issue of Perspectives. Central banks are better prepared and banks are less leveraged. In the last resort, the European Central Bank can be expected to step in again should financial stress noticeably increase […]

In the June 2016 issue of ‘Perspectives’

Will Knut Wicksell be proved right? The Swede’s theories include the notion that there is a ‘natural’ level of interest rates, consistent with the economy operating at its full potential without overheating. But the actions of central banks have forced interest rates to artificially low levels in recent times, well below their ‘natural’ levels. If […]

Central banks face test of credibility

Central banks contributed to halting the financial crisis (starting with the US Federal Reserve’s first quantitative easing package, launched in late 2008), with successive rate cuts helping companies and households in the West to deleverage. The Bank of Japan (BoJ) and European Central Bank (ECB) followed with aggressive policies at a later stage, when the […]

Multi-Generational Wealth

The third edition of the Latam Family Office Master Class took place in Nassau from 4 to 6 April 2016, with more than 60 guests in attendance. This event was a great success, built around trends, workshops and exchanges of new ideas in the family office industry.

Dr David Agus

Dr David Agus is a leading cancer doctor, pioneering biomedical researcher and best-selling author who sees the human body as a complex system and has developed new approaches to treating diseases and leading a healthier life

Brexit risks

Christophe Donay, Chief Strategist, explains how markets are pricing in the risk of Brexit, and what the economic impact would be.

China: Something has to give

China could well attain growth of 6.5-7% this year and next, but longer out there are reasons to doubt that China will avoid its own ‘Minsky moment’

In conversation with Dr Richard Isaacson

One of the biggest challenges facing medicine as populations age is the cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer’s, the target of considerable investment in research which has yet to find a cure for patients with this distressing condition. But a pioneering Alzheimer’s prevention clinic at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center offers cutting-edge prevention strategies that can […]

Playing the rebound in equity markets

Alexandre Tavazzi, Chief Equity Strategist, explains the key choices faced by investors seeking to profit from the current market rebound.

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