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Lombard Odier to open a new office in Verbier, Switzerland

Stéphane Pedraja, Capital Partner, responsible for French-speaking Switzerland within our Private Clients division, will be in charge of Lombard Odier’s new office in Verbier, bringing bankers and their clients even closer together. 

How can External Asset Managers continue to be entrepreneurial?
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How can External Asset Managers continue to be entrepreneurial?

If the strength of EAMs lies in their independence, this does not mean they must go it alone - quite the contrary. Collaborating with strong partners can help them maintain their entrepreneurial freedom.

US/China ‘chip’ race centres on Taiwan’s expertise
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US/China ‘chip’ race centres on Taiwan’s expertise

Any threat to Taiwan’s ambiguous status quo threatens the global economy, which depends on the island’s semiconductor know-how.

The growing role of External Asset Managers
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The growing role of External Asset Managers

In this interview with Laurent Pellet, our Global Head of External Asset Managers and Limited Partner, discover the importance of partnerships and the challenges and enormous opportunities of digitisation for EAMs.

Real estate: five tips on mortgage loans
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Real estate: five tips on mortgage loans

Are you considering buying a new home or refinancing? As inflation and interest rates rise it's important that buyers integrate real estate financing into their overall wealth management. Discover our five top tips.

Tentative dollar divergence, continued euro weakness
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Tentative dollar divergence, continued euro weakness

What’s next for the US dollar? We assess a more complex picture for the greenback ahead, plus our broader views and updated forecasts on major developed and emerging market currencies.

Gap between earnings expectations and economic reality narrows

We look at the apparent paradox of still-positive earnings expectations and slowing economic growth.

The top five reasons why we need to invest in our forests now
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The top five reasons why we need to invest in our forests now

Forests are a vital natural resource. Here, we look at five reasons to protect them. Discover how forests preserve biodiversity, stave off global warming and much more here.

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