Sixty-three percent of respondents from family property managers intend to expand their positions in China over the next five years. Pictured is Chinese President Xi Jinping.
The world’s ultra-rich are increasingly nervous about the rate at which their wealth is eroding. The so-called family offices managing the assets of the world’s richest people are heading for a strategic turnout. The traditional core of safe investments such as government bonds is actually experiencing real-world inflation. The solution is to escape from bonds to stocks, even those often riskier in emerging markets. An analysis of the Swiss bank UBS, which is available to the editorial office, speaks of this.
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