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Comment: A year after the hurricane, how the British Virgin Islands has rebuilt stronger

By: Lorna Smith, Interim Executive Director, BVI Finance | 10 Oct 2018

In September 2017 the British Virgin Islands, along with several Caribbean jurisdictions fell victim to Hurricanes Irma and Maria, two of the most powerful hurricanes on record.…

Comment: How should investors interpret RMB depreciation?

By: Renee Chen, Senior Economist And Investment Strategist, HSBC Global Asset Management | 27 Sep 2018

The recent spate of RMB weakness does not imply that the turmoil experienced in 2015 will be repeated again, according to Renee Chen, senior economist and investment…

Comment: Brazil’s polarised election

By: Stéphane Monier, Chief Investment Officer At Lombard Odier | 24 Sep 2018

Stéphane Monier, chief investment officer at Lombard Odier, comments on Brazil’s upcoming elections and the potential effects on lenders exposed to emerging markets. Brazil’s voters go to…

UK tops overseas cash inflows despite Brexit: Knight Frank

By: Gary Robinson | 10 Sep 2018

The UK tops overseas inflow of overseas deposits by ‘some margin’, according to the updated six months statistics within Knight Frank’s wide-ranging wealth report. The level of…

Comment: Why invest in Asian real estate?

By: Kiran Patel, Global CIO At Savills Investment Management | 04 Sep 2018

Asian countries are fostering stronger integration as well as trade ties amongst one another at a time when Europe is dealing with uncertainties surrounding the EU and…

Comment: Turkey highlights divergence in emerging markets

By: Stéphane Monier, Chief Investment Officer, Lombard Odier | 29 Aug 2018

As the Turkish lira continues to weaken, Stéphane Monier looks at the impact across emerging markets generally, and assesses what investors should be alert to in individual…

Comment: Stay defensive as Turkish turmoil carries systemic risk

By: Witold Bahrke Is Senior Macro Strategist At Nordea Asset Management | 15 Aug 2018

Turkey is in a genuine currency crisis, with the lira falling 30% over three days. Fundamentally speaking, the reason for the Turkish meltdown is primarily a large…

Comment: Investment opportunities in a post-sanctions Russia

By: Luis Saenz, Co-Head Of Equities At BCS Global Markets | 09 Aug 2018

Russia represents an under-valued and over-looked investment opportunity and those who can look past the present sanctions will be best-placed to take advantage when those opportunities become…

Comment: De-risking cryptos

By: Henry Burrows | 25 Jul 2018

Reputational risks associated with digital currencies call for new due diligence approach, argues Henry Burrows. Last month, the Bank of England warned City bosses that the lure…

Comment: Why we remain invested in Turkish bonds

By: Rob Drijkoningen, Co-head Of Emerging Markets Debt At Neuberger Berman | 16 Jul 2018

Rob Drijkoningen assesses the state of the Turkish economy, and identifies a rare bright spot for foreign investors. The people of Turkey recently re-elected Recep Tayyip Erdoğan…

Comment: Daring to be different in the business jungle

By: Kieron McRae, Director: Development And Brand, Carrick Wealth | 25 Jun 2018

Kieron McRae offers some tips for surviving in the financial services jungle, and assesses the future of the industry against a rapidly-changing landscape. Phil Knight (Nike Founder…

Comment: Why The Bahamas is the clear choice

By: Alvaro Thomas | 22 Jun 2018

Alvaro Tomas, partner at Morgan & Morgan, explains how the Bahamas helped their group of companies grow as a financial and corporate services provider. Tomas recalls their…

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