UBS Asset Management in the United States
Quick Takes: Corporate intrigue
The equity bull market is now the longest in the post-war era, and volatility has reared its head. Some investors are thinking about diversifying, but may be cautioned by the low income from Treasuries and the threat of ongoing rate hikes from the Federal Reserve. Corporate bonds may be a good answer. The latest Quick Takes discusses seven reasons to consider an allocation to a professionally managed corporate bond strategy in a diversified portfolio.
The conversation is now
To acknowledge this important time in our history, in this new Q&A we ask some of the key members of UBS Asset Management's Sustainable and Impact Investing team, what sustainability and ESG investing mean to them and to the environment.
Measuring the social and environmental impact of public companies
Investors want to know how they can contribute to a sustainable world. UBS Asset Management's research on impact measurement is at the forefront of modern day sustainable investing.
Key perspectives: Show me the money
Most investors are paying too much in taxes on their investments. In UBS Asset Management's latest Key perspectives, Mark Price, Head of Managed Accounts, Portfolio Solutions, writes that considering a diversified investment portfolio with active personalized tax management can help.
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.
Evan Brown, Head of Asset Allocation Investment Solutions, examines key macro trends that are moving global markets.
Each quarter Investment Insights brings you an exploration of the themes and trends which lie at the heart of your investment challenges