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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
Central banks 3 July, Thomas Costerg, Senior US Economist - Nadia Gharbi, Senior Europe Economist - Donc Chen, Senior Asia Economist
Trade and disinflation keep central banks dovish
Global central banks are in dovish, if not outright easing, mode, as they seek to maintain easy monetary conditions to counteract an uncertain trade outlook and disinflationary forces.
Asset allocation 29 May, Christophe Donay, Head of Asset Allocation & Macroeconomic Research
Avenues worth exploring in strategic asset allocation
The prospect of diminishing returns for classic, and previously highly effective, 60/40 portfolios (60% equities, 40% bonds) is leading to changes in strategic asset allocation. Efforts to improve prospects include identifying macroeconomic regimes to guide investments and refining how diversification is understood. Interest in endowment-style investing is also growing as private assets are incorporated into strategic asset allocation to boost portfolio returns.
Investment strategy 27 May, Christophe Donay, Head of Asset Allocation & Macroeconomic Research
Policy space may help only a few markets
At this mature stage of the business cycle, it makes sense to consider the possible next steps in economic policy, given that we believe it likely that central banks and governments will do their utmost to prop up the bull equity market as well as economic growth. This will be especially true in the US as the 2020 presidential election comes into view.
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Anthropologist Rahaf Harfoush was in the Bahamas for Pictet’s Latam Family Office Master Class to enlighten Latin American families on how shifting technology consumption is affecting how we interact with each other and redefining our belief systems. Despite the challenges for companies and individuals when it comes to navigating fake data and adapting to a new digital ethical landscape, she also argues that there are plenty of investor prospects, in terms of emerging digital markets that often start out on the fringes of the internet.
Responsible Investing A long-term vision
Events Pictet Wealth Management hosts
Technology plays an increasingly important role in our lives, from business interactions to the way we communicate in our private lives. Pictet’s 2019 Latam Family Office Master Class delved into this topic around the central themes of geopolitics, families and the new power of social media. Alongside a Pictet line-up, guest panelists and speakers ranged from the ‘Financial Times’ US editor Edward Luce to Florida’s former governor Jeb Bush.
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