UBS Asset Management in the United States
Panorama: Investing in 2019
Investors are likely to face some significant challenges in 2019. Navigating volatile markets – our senior investment experts assess the global investment landscape and the potential challenges and opportunities facing investors in the year ahead.
October 18, 2018
The infrastructure equity cycle: Where are we now?
Stepping into the future
With its comprehensive coverage, Stepping into the future offers an essential perspective to both understand China and prepare you for the many opportunities it will create.
The appeal of co-investments is clear: they provide access to hedge fund managers' highest conviction ideas in the market today. As sourcing these ideas remains a challenge for investors to do on their own, more and more they are turning to experienced allocators who can efficiently source, vet, and package a broad range of ideas on their behalf.
Chinese bonds: all you need to know
Despite slower domestic growth, we believe China will overwhelmingly drive the world economy in the coming years, driven by a new economic model underpinned by high-tech manufacturing and consumption. As we move into 2018 we seek to answer some of investors' most common questions around China's bond market and its liberalization.
Opportunities emerge as China slows
China’s policies are addressing high debt levels and improving long-term growth prospects. As a result, despite the slowing economy, China’s fixed income markets offer highly attractive opportunities, while recent reforms mean investors can fully allocate to China’s bond markets.
The sustainability imperative: Strategies to address critical challenges in a changing world
In this case study, we offer a look inside our innovative impact measurement framework – one which puts solid numbers on an investment portfolio's environmental and social impact.
Up in the air on carbon: How investors can leverage carbon data
Much of the investment industry has begun incorporating carbon emissions data into investment decisions, but the way forward is complex and requires analysis that goes beyond standard carbon emissions data.
Fighting with both hands - What a stronger Xi Jinping means for China's outlook
China's NPC meeting has major implications for investors. Xi Jinping's stronger power base following the National Party Congress (NPC) means he will fight with both hands on an agenda that will prolong China's mini-cyclical slowdown but create attractive opportunities.
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.