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'Asymmetry' still key in discretionary portfolios: Swiss PB

Paras Gupta, head of DPM for Asia at Union Bancaire Privée, delves into his team's calls in 2019 and its approach this year.

How the 'very rich' distributed their wealth in 2019

Individuals with a net worth of $5m to $30m had spread their assets rather differently than the ultra wealthy last year, Wealth-X found.

Swiss boutique hires Standard Chartered quartet

The hires will strengthen EFG's coverage of MENA and Global South Asia.

Wealth managers tell us what a 'phase one' deal means

The US and China signed a partial trade deal last week. Family offices and private banks reveal what they are looking out for in the days ahead.

Private banks renew bets on laggard hedge funds

Moderate returns for equities could give the investment vehicle the kick it needs, HSBC and UBS said.

Bond giant Pimco’s base scenario for the asset class

The $1.88tn firm is ‘relatively cautious’ on bond markets, says A-rated Mark Kiesel, its CIO for global credit.

What these private banks are allocating to equities

Equities starkly outperformed in 2019. Now that the dust has settled, five private banks reveal their allocations in the new year.

BNP Paribas' Asia wealth chief exits after two months in post

Senior change within French group's Asia Pacific operations.

BNP Paribas' Asia wealth chief exits after two months in post

Senior change within French group's Asia Pacific operations.

Family offices back JP Morgan fund raising $1.06bn

The Lynstone Special Situations Fund will invest in stressed, distressed and event-driven situations in North American and European public and private credit markets

Deutsche WM makes senior EM appointment in Singapore

Rajesh Mahadevan, who will take up the role in January, is currently based in Dubai as Global South Asia group head for the Middle East