Monetary support from major central banks and signs of easing in the US-China trade conflict have been supportive for risk assets towards the end of 2019.
The Italian Chamber Of Commerce is glad to present a seminar where Julius Baer’s leading investment experts will explain how the brewing political hot spots and softening economic momentum cast a shadow on the global economic outlook. In light of these developments, where could the bright spots for investors in 2020 be? From a longer-term perspective, it is important to keep in mind that from one decade to the next, the most successful asset classes change. As we approach a new decade, what kind of transitions could we expect and what are the implications for strategic asset allocation?
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ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Wen Han Choy, Executive Director, Private Banking International at Bank Julius Baer
Wen Han has been a private banker for over 14 years, first with UBS AG and now with Bank Julius Baer in Singapore. Prior to banking, he worked for Singapore Economic Development Board from 2003 to 2006, promoting Singapore as an investment destination for foreign direct investment. Wen Han holds a MSc degree in Real Estate from the National University of Singapore (NUS), a BSc in Chemical Engineering and BA in French Commercial Studies from the University of Illinois, USA. Being fluent in French, Italian, Spanish, Mandarin and Cantonese, Wen Han has been appreciated as an effective bridge for European high-net worth individuals and family offices who invest in Asia and vice versa.
Mark Matthews, Head of Asia Research at Bank Julius Baer
Mark Matthews’ research coverage comprises single stock, sector and select country analysis. He is also a member of the Bank’s investment committee, whose key decisions translate directly to global asset allocation recommendations. Mark has had many years of wealth experience in advising private and institutional investors throughout his banking career, working in companies such as ING Barings Securities, Standard & Poor’s and Merrill Lynch prior to Bank Julius Baer.
Mark’s deep experience in managing the research and equity sales of some of the leading financial institutions across more than 4 cities in Asia makes him a highly sought-after speaker and presenter. He is often quoted in the media and is invited regularly by CNBC Asia and Bloomberg TV to share his views.
Withers , 20/F, Gloucester Tower, The Landmark, 15 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong
March 11 2020, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
(including Italian-style lunch buffet)
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