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We provide customised discretionary and advisory investment solutions, drawing on the Group’s specialists across almost all asset classes, as well as operational services. Our experts in Family Office services also help clients with multigenerational wealth transmission.
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Horizon 2019 Global outlook — Adapting investments to key long-term themes
Innovation, populism and regime shifts
Since 2014, Pictet Wealth Management has communicated through its yearly publication “Horizon” its 10-year return expectations across asset classes as well as its research into the key economic, political and market trends and factors driving those expectations. Along with an in-depth look at new approaches to asset allocation, the 2019 edition focuses on three deep-rooted trends that feed into our latest forecasts — innovation, populism and demographics.
Perspectives Our views on markets and trends
Asset allocation 18 September, Thomas Costerg, Senior US Economist - Jacques Henry, Senior Cross-Asset Strategist - Luc Luyet, Senior Currencies Strategist
Modern Monetary Theory begins to make policy inroads
Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) is in vogue in Washington DC as politicians and economists seek new policy approaches to supporting the economy. With the world’s central banks running out of options to stimulate growth, we could see the influence of MMT grow in the coming years.
Oil market 16 September, Jean-Pierre Durante, Head of Applied Research
Supply disruption is here
The risk that similar attacks to the ones seen this weekend in Saudi Arabia could disrupt oil supplies, but it does not fundamentally change our medium-term scenario. We still forecast USD50 per barrel for Brent in 2020.
Sovereign bonds 30 August, Lauréline Renaud-Chatelain, Fixed-Income Strategist - Nadia Gharbi, Europe Economist
Prospect of calmer political waters revives interest in Italian bonds
Spreads on Italian debt could continue to drop, as Italy’s relations with Brussels become calmer. But much will depend on the new government’s durability and its commitment to reducing the debt burden.
Monetary policy 16 August, Christophe Donay, Head of Asset Allocation & Macro Research
New monetary policies for new challenges
As central banks try (yet again) to bolster faltering growth and inflation, it is important to grasp how the ‘style’ and aims of monetary policy-making have changed over time and how they need to evolve in the future.
Geopolitics 22 July, Pascal De Crousaz, PhD International Relations, Managing Director
US-Iran - a geopolitical headache
In this interview, our in-house expert discusses the prospect of an outright conflict between Iran and the US, which still seems some way off, but there is an ever-present risk of miscalculation on both sides.
In conversation with People, ideas, and organisations that inspire us
We like to say that we are rich in history, young at heart – our teams are always open to new ideas. That is what the Swiss brand is all about.
Responsible Investing A long-term vision
Events Pictet Wealth Management hosts
At Pictet’s 2019 European Family Master Class in Zurich, a line-up of eminent guest speakers and the Swiss bank’s own financial experts unpacked the world of geopolitics, business governance, economic forecasts, technology innovation and social and environmental responsibility. Guest panellists included former prime ministers Matteo Renzi and Anders Fogh Rasmussen, digital anthropologist Rahaf Harfoush, the Financial Times’ US national editor Edward Luce and Gaia Gaja, co-owner of one of Italy’s most prestigious family-owned wineries.
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