Pictet Asset Management

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Pictet Asset Management is an independent asset manager, overseeing over EUR 162 billion for our clients across a range of equity, fixed income, alternative and multi asset products.

We have over 869 employees, of which over a third are investment professionals. Our people are located in 17 offices across the world, including 7 investment centres, close to the markets in which we invest and the clients we serve.

We provide specialist investment services through segregated accounts and investment funds to some of the world’s largest pension funds, financial institutions, sovereign wealth funds, intermediaries and their clients.

Our business is investment led and centred around a long-term perspective with a dedication to client service. Our aim is to be the investment partner of choice to our clients. This means giving them our undivided attention, offering pioneering strategies and being committed to excellence.

At Pictet AM, our ambition is to attract and retain highly talented individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds, and help them to realise their personal and professional goals. We aim to build an entrepreneurial and collegiate atmosphere, allowing ideas to mature, experience to accumulate and our people to reach their full potential.

We believe in active management with a strong focus on valuation across equity, credit, sovereign debt and currencies. We embrace a variety of investment styles, allowing our teams to implement the best approach for their respective asset classes. Our investment managers operate independently to encourage innovation and accountability, while consistent implementation of their investment philosophy and process is regularly monitored.

We are convinced that Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) considerations can help us make better long-term investment decisions for our clients.

For decades, sustainability has been central to our way of thinking. Since the Pictet group was founded in 1805, we have aimed to ensure the prosperity of our clients over the long term. In doing so, we have instinctively considered the interests of future generations.

We believe in responsible capitalism and take an enlarged view of the economy and its interactions with civil society and the natural environment. Consistent with our fiduciary duty to act in the best interests of our clients and our adherence to the UN Principles for Responsible Investment (UN PRI), we are committed to integrating material ESG criteria in our investment processes and ownership practices with a view to enhance returns and/or mitigate risks.

We also aim to embed ESG in our risk management and reporting tools in order to maintain high standards of transparency and accountability.

The Pictet group is a partnership of six owner-managers responsible for the entire activity of the Group. With the eighth generation of the Pictet family still active in the partnership, our structure ensures that we remain committed to maintaining the financial strength and solidity of the Group. Laurent Ramsey is the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner primarily responsible for the asset management business line.

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  • Secular Outlook: our five-year market views download

    What does the future hold for investors? Find out more about our long-term views on market and asset class performance in our Secular Outlook.

  • Dissecting the cost of trade war weblink

    Investors are becoming hopeful that the US and China can avert a full-scale trade dispute. The world’s two biggest economies have reasons to do so – according to our calculations, a trade war – however improbable – would tip the global economy into stagflation and lead to a sharp decline in world stocks, as our chief strategist Luca Paolini outlines in this short article.

  • US bond yields: nothing to see here? weblink

    Investors shouldn’t get too anxious about a recent sell-off in US Treasuries

  • Barometer: Change is in the air weblink

    The world economy is no longer running at full steam. While this doesn’t mean a slowdown is around the corner, it does signal a shift in gear. 

  • Fixed Income Monthly: The problem with passive bond funds weblink

    It’s difficult to find a duller-sounding investment than the passive bond fund. Nothing there to get the heart racing, you’d think. But the reality is rather different. 

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Head Office
Route des Acacias 60
1211 Geneva 73
Switzerland
Contact
Juliana Osobu Tel. +44 20 7847 5008
Company website:
https://www.am.pictet
Parent Company:
Pictet Group
Year Founded:
1980
No. of investment offices worldwide:
7

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  • secular outlook 2018

    Secular Outlook: our five-year market views

    White papersFri, 15 Jun 2018

    What does the future hold for investors? Find out more about our long-term views on market and asset class performance in our Secular Outlook.

  • dissecting the cost of trade war

    Dissecting the cost of trade war

    White papersFri, 18 May 2018

    Investors are becoming hopeful that the US and China can avert a full-scale trade dispute. The world’s two biggest economies have reasons to do so – according to our calculations, a trade war – however improbable – would tip the global economy into stagflation and lead to a sharp decline in world stocks, as our chief strategist Luca Paolini outlines in this short article.

  • us bond yields

    US bond yields: nothing to see here?

    White papersFri, 18 May 2018

    Investors shouldn’t get too anxious about a recent sell-off in US Treasuries

  • change is in the air

    Barometer: Change is in the air

    White papersFri, 18 May 2018

    The world economy is no longer running at full steam. While this doesn’t mean a slowdown is around the corner, it does signal a shift in gear. 

  • the problem with passive bond funds

    Fixed Income Monthly: The problem with passive bond funds

    White papersThu, 26 Apr 2018

    It’s difficult to find a duller-sounding investment than the passive bond fund. Nothing there to get the heart racing, you’d think. But the reality is rather different. 

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