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Individual Investors and Financial Advisors

Individual Investors and Financial Advisors

A client-focused investment manager

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

Drawing on the breadth and depth of our capabilities and our global reach, we turn challenges into opportunities and deliver holistic solutions to a diverse client base. Not only are we skilled in traditional asset classes and investment styles, we are also a world leader in alternatives and passive strategies, such as single and multi-manager hedge funds, real estate, infrastructure and private equity.

Our teams have distinct viewpoints and philosophies but they all share the goals of finding the answers investors need and delivering superior investment performance.

Market commentary

Market commentary

Quarterly Investment Strategy

A quarterly outlook on our market views, asset allocation and positioning across asset classes, including equities, fixed income and currencies.
 

Research spotlight

Research spotlight

Stranded assets: What lies beneath

Dr. Dinah Koehler and Bruno Bertocci of the UBS Sustainable Investors team consider the stranded assets hypothesis in their latest white paper.

Quick takes

Quick takes

Awakening

Inflation, as measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI) in the US, has been in a slumber in recent years. But the rate of price increases rose throughout the second half of 2016, reaching a 2.1% annual increase for the full year. So far, the trend has continued into 2017. But what is inflation, and why should investors care?