Views and Analysis
Views and Analysis
Prospects for UK equities appear highly favourable for 2021, generally and specifically so. Generally, macro-economic policy is unprecedentedly supportive for financial assets, with returns potential highest amongst equites where free cash flow growth is theoretically worth relatively more than ever before, hence equities are an attractive asset class and arguably the asset class of choice.
London/Paris, 14 January 2021 – Mirabaud Asset Management announces that it has been awarded the SRI label for its two Global Equity Strategies; the Mirabaud - Sustainable Global Focus Fund and the Mirabaud – Sustainable Global High Dividend Fund.
Geneva/London 12 January 2020. Mirabaud Asset Management’s analysis points to a solid outlook for the global economy in 2021. Our cautiously optimistic forecasts suggest that, although growth will be uneven, global economic activity will expand by 5%, aided by fading social distancing measures, easy monetary policy as well as ongoing – though more gradual – fiscal stimulus. Output gaps will remain negative in 2021 in many countries, while elevated unemployment – as well as sovereign and private debt – levels remain key challenges.
Views and Analysis
While many will remember 2020 as an annus horribilis, the large-scale roll-out of vaccines will put the global economy back on the growth track in 2021. Aside from its health consequences, the Covid-19 pandemic has shaken up our lifestyles, consumption habits and social relationships. It has also raised questions about how our democracies work and brought whole swathes of the economy and culture to their knees.
Geneva and Zurich, 15 December 2020 – Mirabaud Asset Management – the investment arm of the Mirabaud Group, an independent wealth and asset management group established in 1819 – has strengthened its relationship management team with the hiring of Jérôme Paganini as Head of sales for Switzerland.
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Facts and figures
At the end of December 2020, Assets under management were CHF 7.6 billion: CHF 6.1 billion in traditional assets and CHF 1.5 billion in alternative investments.