Market correction, not collapse, says BNY Mellon 08:02 GMT The return of volatility to equity markets raises the question of whether the turbulence is merely an expected side effect of the shift in monetary policy as the Federal Reserve ends quantitative easing, or a signal of more serious trouble to come.
According to BNY Mellon this is a period of correction rather than a collapse.
PAM Insight Roundtable Discussion: Innovative approaches to thematic investing: navigating the way ahead 14:01 GMT On Wednesday 22 October PAM Insight (publishers of thewealthnet) co-hosted a roundtable discussion with MSCI entitled Innovative approaches to thematic investing: navigating the way ahead. Participants were Mouhammed Choukeir, chief investment officer at Kleinwort Benson; Didier Duret, chief investment officer of ABN Amro Private Banking; Stephen Jones, chief investment officer of Holbein Partners; Guy Monson, managing partner and chief investment officer of Sarasin & Partners; James Sellon, managing partner of Maseco Private Wealth; Eric Verleyen, chief investment officer of SGPB Hambros; as well as Altaf Kassam, head of equity applied research at MSCI; Baer Petit, managing director and global head of index at MSCI; and Roger Urwin, advisory director at MSCI.
Asia-Pacific leads world in wealth growth, creating opportunities for industry development 22/10/2014 Asia-Pacificís Ultra High Net Worth Individuals (UHNWI) grew their wealth at twice the rate of their peers in the rest of the world in 2013, according to the Asia-Pacific Wealth Report 2014. With an overall growth last year of 20 percent versus the global average of 10 percent, the increase mirrors that seen in the five years prior, from 2008-2013, which records an average annual growth rate of 17 percent compared to 8 percent.
Switzerland voted the best place for expat life 22/10/2014 Switzerland has been voted the best place to live by expats looking for a well-balanced, high-quality lifestyle, according to the seventh Expat Explorer survey commissioned by HSBC Expat.