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  1. Individual mandates for real estate management as a service in high demand

    Credit Suisse Asset Management Global Real Estate is managing a growing number of real estate portfolios for third-party clients. This year, as a counterpart to the long-established international mandate team, Real Estate Switzerland has set up a dedicated specialist team with a focus on Swiss mandates.

  2. Invest conservatively with freely available wealth management funds

    Wealth management funds are actively managed mixed funds that focus on bonds, equities, and alternative investments such as real estate and are based on a systematic investment process. They are particularly suited to investors who want to broadly diversify their investments with a single transaction without having to deal with the daily fluctuations on the financial markets – knowing that their investment is managed professionally and on a risk-optimized basis at all times.

  3. Strategic asset allocation in a post-pandemic world

    In this article, I would like to highlight the areas that investors should focus on when considering their long-term investment plans1; suggest a few solutions, taking into account different risk and return expectations; and, lastly, propose a cost-effective solution for implementing this kind of strategy.

  4. From learning to earning

    We believe that providing relevant skills for employment, as well as professional and vocational training in the most employable professions is becoming the next battleground for EdTech companies.

  5. DLT applications for the business world

    DLT applications for the business world

    Credit Suisse Asset Management commissioned students at the University of Basel to develop solution approaches to simplifying Know Your Customer procedures. Distributed ledger technology (DLT) experts and representatives of the business community were deeply impressed by their work.

  6. Located among the vineyards of Ticino, the senior citizens’ residence Al Vigneto features apartments and care rooms that are tailored to the specific needs of older people.

    Buildings and health: Designs for well-being

    The way spaces are designed affects our well-being. This is the basis of the notion of “healing architecture”, which involves designing buildings with a focus on well-being in an effort to create a positive influence on the health of those who reside in them.

  7. The future of learning is EdTech

    The quarantining of more than a billion students and their teachers worldwide has resulted in unprecedented experimentation with education technology (EdTech), and interest in the sector has soared.

  8. Fight climate change. Create opportunities for return.

    In response to feedback from numerous investors, MSCI will begin fine-tuning its ESG Leaders methodology in December 2020. The climate-risk profile will be improved while comparability among the individual ESG indices will be enhanced. This means that our sustainable Credit Suisse Equity Index Funds, which replicate the ESG Leaders indices, will also become more climate-friendly and generally more sustainable.

  9. Finding the next unicorn

    Finding the next unicorn

    A Thematic Private Market Equity approach enables investors to gain access to growth businesses before they go public.

  10. corporate bonds

    Global investment-grade corporate bonds – an essential asset class

    Yields in the Swiss bond market have now been in negative territory for more than five years.