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  1. Influence of Asia’s demographic changes on the world’s markets

    Influence of Asia’s demographic changes on the world’s markets

    In the ten years ending in 2019, ten economies in Asia, the so-called A-10, made up 50% of incremental global GDP and 60% of incremental goods exports, and supplied USD 5 trillion in capital to the rest of the world. As half of these countries are aging rapidly, how will the global supply of labor and capital be affected?

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    Data-driven insights into cancer treatment and care

    The Credit Suisse Healthcare Database offers unique insights into the treatment of various diseases. It shows that immuno-oncology as a treatment for cancer has rapidly emerged as a $30 billion+ global market, with the potential for significant growth.

  3. Collectibles: Between passion and investment

    Besides serving as an alternative investment, collectibles are tangible assets that offer satisfaction and pleasure to their owners, furthering their personal interests and passions.

  4. Artificial intelligence allows detailed diabetes market research

    The proprietary Credit Suisse Healthcare Database allows us to follow the therapeutic journeys through various diseases.

  5. Perseverance and achieving the impossible

    Perseverance and achieving the impossible



    How do we overcome life’s challenges to maintain an edge or reach our full potential? Or even aim for the impossible? There’s no singular path to success; and in business, investing or inventing, a range of ideas need to be explored. Keynote speakers at the 25th Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference (AIC) shared inspirational thinking on perseverance, overcoming adversity and making the world a better place.

  6. Financial markets have an inflation problem – and it’s not going away

    Financial markets have an inflation problem – and it’s not going away

    With inflation running rampant, economists agree that US interest rates should be materially higher than they are today. But what would it mean for markets if they were? What are the risks from the Ukraine crisis? Are China’s markets really undervalued? Monetary policy experts and a stock exchange leader share their views. 

  7. The climate crisis demands radical solutions

    The climate crisis demands radical solutions

    Calls for more drastic measures to combat global warming are challenging governments to ramp up investments in clean technology and forcing companies to rethink business models. What kind of creative solutions will become mainstream, and how can investors capture the opportunities? Top scientists, investors and policy advocates outline the case for action.

  8. The metaverse is creating a major new economy

    The metaverse is creating a major new economy

    The growth of the digital world has the potential to reshape society and redefine the concept of value. How will the metaverse change the game for investors? Who will control our data in Web 3? Entrepreneurs, academics and tech investors offer their views on the opportunities and challenges ahead.

  9. Bin Wang: Inflation is on the rise over the EV revolution

    Bin Wang: Inflation is on the rise over the EV revolution 

    The global switch to electric vehicles (EVs) has been a major driver of growth-focused investors, but inflation, supply chain constraints and rising interest rates are weighing on valuations. We sit down with Bin Wang, Co-Head of Asia Pacific Autos Securities Research, Credit Suisse, to discuss how investors can plot a route towards further gains and steer clear of blackspots, and the effects of inflation on EV supply chain market in China. 

  10. Kenneth Fong: What does the metaverse mean to China’s internet sector?

    Kenneth Fong: What does the metaverse mean to China’s internet sector?

    China’s digital economy has grown rapidly, ranging from online games and concerts to shopping. While a lot of investors are focusing on the benefits that the metaverse can bring to China’s online game companies, the actual concept of enhancing user experience and monetization has also been applied in other industries related to the internet space.
    We sit down with Kenneth Fong, Regional Head of Gaming and Lodging Securities Research and Head of China Internet Securities Research, Credit Suisse, to discuss the road ahead of the metaverse for China’s internet sector.