UBS Asset Management in Canada

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Institutional investors

Institutional investors

A strategic partner to clients

You need an asset manager who won't be swayed by the short-term fluctuations of a volatile market place. At UBS Asset Management (Canada), Inc., our deep investment knowledge means we can provide you with the understanding and flexibility you need to meet your investment goals.

Our thinking is solutions-based. Not only can we offer extensive insight and expertise across the traditional asset classes and investment styles, we are also a world leader in passive strategies and alternative investments, which encompass single and multi-manager hedge funds, real estate, infrastructure and private equity.

If you are looking for a multi-asset approach, our traditional and alternative offerings can be combined to create a custom solution. We can also support you with investment and risk advisory services. These strategies and services are offered to a broad range of clients including: corporate and public pension plans, endowments and foundations, insurance companies, and, financial institutions. We also provide dedicated advisory, investment and training solutions for sovereign clients such as governments and central banks.


Panorama Mid-Year 2018

Market outlook

Panorama Mid-Year 2018

2018 has brought a fresh set of challenges for investors to navigate across both traditional and alternative asset classes. Our senior investment experts explore some of the challenges and opportunities they see in the months ahead.

asset allocation quarterly

Market commentary

Asset Allocation Quarterly

In our premiere issue we identify the five macroeconomic themes that we believe are likely to be the major drivers of investor returns in the coming months, and our preferred trades for accessing each theme across equity, rates and foreign exchange markets globally.

Webinar series

Webinar series

October 18, 2018

The infrastructure equity cycle: Where are we now?