Pictet Asset Management

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  • Rewarding stress: investing in distressed securities

    Rewarding stress: investing in distressed securities

    Britain’s high street might be an unfolding catastrophe – celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s eponymous chain is just the latest in a litany of failing mid-market eateries and retailers – but it also represents an opportunity.

  • Secular Outlook

    Secular Outlook

    After the longest equity bull market ever over the past ten years, change is in the air for investors.

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    Secular Outlook: our five-year market views

    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.

  • Should we worry about emerging market debt levels?

    Should we worry about emerging market debt levels?

    How does EM debt in 2018 compare to 2009?

  • Silver lining for renmimbi bonds

    Silver lining for renmimbi bonds

    Why China’s demographics will speed up the internationalisation of the country’s local currency debt market.

  • South American rumbles

    South American rumbles

    There are interesting developments for investors afoot in Argentina and Brazil. Here’s what we found during our latest visits.

  • Stars align for cyber security boom

    Stars align for cyber security boom

    Geopolitical tensions, more regulation, the rise of 5G. This unlikely trio of stars shines on the cyber security industry and its investors.

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    Steady as she goes - Barometer

    The global economy remains resilient and corporate profits are healthy, despite trade tensions and wobbles in certain emerging markets.

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    Sustainability: what investors can learn from the UN and the Nobel prize

    A sustainable economy will only become a reality if investors get serious about protecting the environment. That’s the message from the UN and the Nobel committee.

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    Sustainable Credit: ESG is Key

    It’s become the norm for equity investors to appraise a company on environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria. Now, ESG analysis is also beginning to gain traction in the fixed income market. Ultimately, we believe that a clear under- standing of company ESG profiles gives investors a clear edge in surfacing the gems from a broad and deep pool of corporate credits.

  • Sébastien Eisinger

    Sébastien Eisinger has been a Managing Partner of the Pictet Group since 1 April 2019 and co-heads Pictet Asset Management (PAM) with Laurent Ramsey, sharing responsibility for the Group’s institutional arm.

  • Tech: here for the long term

    Tech: here for the long term

    Technology isn’t all volatile start-ups or new gadgets. It’s a sector whose prospects make it an attractive investment for the long run.

  • The age of risk

    The age of risk

    What will be the consequences of an ageing population on the world economy, pension portfolios and financial markets? Higher-risk investing is one answer.

  • The case for a Swiss defence

    The case for a Swiss defence

    Why Switzerland’s equities could benefit if the cyclical stock rally runs out of steam...

  • The Fed: pausing for thought?

    The Fed: pausing for thought?

    The US Federal Reserve claimed its monetary policy tightening campaign would pass off without incident. Nothing could be further from the truth.

  • The future's bright, the future's digital

    The future's bright, the future's digital

    Digital technology has radically changed our lives in the past decade. The rapid progress is set to continue.

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    The hitchhiker's guide to IFRS accounting standards

    We look at why emerging market investors should pay close attention to new IFRS accounting rules.

  • the indexation wave

    The indexation wave

    What if index-tracking becomes the dominant form of investment?

  • The paradox at the heart of the nine-year US stocks rally

    The paradox at the heart of the nine-year US stocks rally

    Stock buybacks and passive investing is a combination that should worry US equity bulls.

  • The problem with passive bond funds

    The problem with passive bond funds

    Passive bond funds are becoming popular with investors, particularly the exchange-traded kind. The trouble is, fixed income doesn’t lend itself easily to index tracking.

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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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