Chinese equities offer opportunities to active investors
Sustainable & impact investing
Sustainable investing has now become increasingly mainstream for institutional investors and individual investors are catching up.
Themes shaping the future
Our world is in transition. Megatrends affect governments, societies and economies permanently over a long period of time.
More than just the bottom line
Different approaches to deal with ESG-related risks.
Where to invest?
Investing in China's new era
Stepping into the future
The Chinese government has been talking about stepping into the future with a series of policies to create a 'new era' for China.
Index inclusion – Bringing China into focus
There's a mismatch between China's weight in the global economy and its
share of the global investible universe, despite China's rapid growth in recent
years and emergence as the world's main source of growth.
China fixed income – high yield, direct access
Reforms are improving access and propelling rapid growth in China's onshore
fixed income market.
Greying population, golden opportunity
The world’s population is getting older and China is the main driving force.
Where to invest
Solving the income conundrum
Finding income in a shifting market
Markets are shifting. The traditional go-to asset for income-seeking investors – bonds – doesn't deliver the necessary income in today's environment. What other options can investors explore and at what cost?
Dynamically ridingthe tide – floating rate bonds
As the economy expands and the inflation rates rise, central banks will continue to normalize monetary policy.
Stocks – attractive alternative for income seekers
Three different routes equity investors can take to generate income from equity.
Where next for income?
Interview with Investment Specialist, Stephen Friel
Where to invest?
Emerging markets – The place to be
Sunny horizons ahead
The emerging markets (EM) equities recovery that began in 2016 has continued its strong run year-to-date. If past cycles are any guidance, the out performance of EM can continue for several years.
A shake-up in Chinese bonds
The growth of China's bond market has been rapid and international investor participation continues to rise, driven largely by China's efforts to open up its bond market.
The changing face of Emerging Markets
Emerging markets are evolving. Investors today are confronted with a different opportunity set than in past cycles. EM equities are increasingly a domestic play, fueled by secular growth sectors like internet and consumption, away from highly cyclical industries such as energy and materials.
Where are the future winners?
Interview with Portfolio Manager, Bin Shi, Lead Portfolio Manager Chinese Equities UBS Asset Management.