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Wealth management: faster convergence between Asia and Europe 24/05/2016
The business models for private banking in Europe and Asia have historically been regarded as very different but could the two been starting to converge? Michel Longhini, chief executive Private Banking at UBP thinks so..

Upside inflation risks could support summer US rate hike - Heartwood 23/05/2016
The Federal Reserve interest rate cycle is back in focus. Following the release of hawkish minutes of April’s policy meeting and signs that US inflation is firming, an interest rate hike could be on the cards as early as this summer, Michael Stanes, investment director at Heartwood Investment Management, has suggested.

Central Banks look to 'unconventional methods' to boost growth – Pictet Wealth Management 20/05/2016
Central banks will have to resort to “trial and error” and unconventional measures in order to continue in their efforts to lift growth and inflation, Pictet Wealth Management’s chief investment officer, Cesar Perez Ruiz has said.

Clients back private equity for best returns 2016, says J.P Morgan Private Bank survey 18/05/2016
A private client survey conducted by J.P. Morgan Private Bank found private equity is expected to be the best-performing asset class in 2016, while European equities is expected to take the lead over U.S. equities.

ESG policy increasingly important to fund investors 18/05/2016
Environment, social and governance (ESG) policies are now a key consideration for investors to a fund, according to experts at the latest Guernsey Funds Forum.

Unintended consequences of central bank dominance 17/05/2016

Low grade economic growth responsible for advent of 'Trump' politics, says BBC's former economics editor 16/05/2016
Stephanie Flanders, the BBC’s former economics editor, has attributed to the rejection of mainstream politics to the low growth economic environment to which people and markets have had to adjust since the financial crisis.

Turmoil at the top to dog Brazil in 2016 - BlackRock 11/05/2016

2015 looks like it was selling opportunity - Indosuez Chief Economist 03/05/2016

UHNW Americans anticipate brighter investment future - survey 27/04/2016

 
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