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Unigestion expands its US presence with three senior appointments

Unigestion, the boutique asset manager with the scale to deliver tailor-made investment solutions to clients globally, has further expanded its US business with three senior appointments and established a new dedicated, on the ground sales force.

Japan: What will drive equity performance over the cyclical horizon?

Despite a challenging environment for Japanese equities year-to-date 2018, we continue to view this space as an attractive opportunity. Listen to Stefanie Mollin-Elliott, Fundamental Analyst and member of Unigestion’s Equity team, discuss our outlook and speak to the key drivers of Japanese equity performance over the coming six to 12 months.

MiViews Q2 2018: Rising uncertainty calls for dynamic risk management

In our latest macro investment outlook, Unigestion’s Florian Ielpo reveals how the economic environment has evolved since the start of this year and outlines our key themes for the coming quarter.

Press release

Unigestion launches global small and mid-market private equity fund

Unigestion Global Choice VII is a global small and mid-market investment programme and represents the continuation of the ‘Unicapital Global’ and ‘Euro Choice’ series of funds. Unigestion Global Choice VII is seeking EUR 300 million to build a portfolio of around 30 specialist buyout, growth capital and selectively special situations funds in Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific.

Survival of the fittest: adapting to complex markets

We have not seen such strong and synchronised macroeconomic growth momentum since before the global financial crisis. While we expect this to continue in the main, market stress events like the one we saw in February are likely to become more prevalent and investors will have to adapt to more challenging and complex financial markets ahead. As Charles Darwin said, ‘It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change.’

Fiona Frick, CEO of Unigestion