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Family office investing – Special report 2020

In a year that has seen the onset of a pandemic, a near-global economic shutdown and a highly contentious US election, it should come as no surprise that market volatility has been – and remains – relatively elevated. 

However, even before these tumultuous events, many wealthy family investors across Asia were becoming more careful with their investments – wary that the longest bull market in history had to end sometime. Their prudence proved well judged when storm clouds started gathering over global markets back in March. 

Uncertainty remains around how long it will take for business to return to normal once effective vaccines arrive and the recovery trajectory of hard-hit sectors and the global economy in general. In this ‘new normal’, family offices are likely to continue pursuing cautious strategies that incorporate some downside protection while avoiding large directional bets on asset prices. As this report details, there are a host of new investment products now on the market that can help family offices achieve just that. 

 

Download the full 2020 Family office investing special report in PDF format

 

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