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Global interest rates have fallen over the past three decades, recently reaching their lowest levels in history. What drives rates, where might they go from here, and what does that mean for our clients?
There’s a dizzying array of firms and people providing wealth-management services, yet to most investors, they all look the same—because most of them do indeed share a common approach: They outsource the investment management of client portfolios to other firms. As David Barnard, Head of Bernstein Private Wealth Management, explains in his latest paper, “The Case for Integrated Wealth Management”, Bernstein is different and, we believe, better.
David Barnard, Head of Bernstein Private Wealth Management, reviews a year of seismic shifts in the political landscape and repeated reversals of market directions, in “No Surprise, Timing Is Everything,”.