On October 15, 2015, Tracey McNaughton from UBS Wealth Management presented an educational webinar to advisers. The session was focused around current thematic issues affecting the market outlook including how:
- The global economy is strengthening lead by developed markets, but less leverage means less growth;
- Central banks remain supportive of global equity markets but investors need to be discerning; and
- China is a key risk to the market outlook.
There were many insights into the continually changing global markets, with considerations on how these may affect adviser strategies.
Tracey is Executive Director and Head of Investment Strategy, Global Investment Solutions at UBS.
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