Our investment philosophy is centred on helping clients preserve their wealth and earn consistent risk-adjusted returns over time by building diversified and sustainable portfolios. Where appropriate, we seek to harvest returns on a tactical basis from short-term market dislocations through prudent risk-taking. Our global team of investment professionals perform extensive, in-depth research to uncover the most promising opportunities wherever they emerge, drawing on a deep wealth of expertise and experience, with a particular focus on Asian equities and Emerging Market credit. Our research coverage includes cross-asset investment strategy, macroeconomics, currencies, commodities, equities, fixed income, alternatives and ESG-related content.
Metaverse opportunities have grown exponentially with increased blockchain adoption, changes in social attitudes catalyzed by Covid-19 and the growth of low-code application platforms. But what about data privacy and risks? Our Global Technology analyst Joseph Ng shares more.
The interplay of inflation and central bank intervention will shape the story of economic growth for 2023. While the outlook remains challenging for the year ahead, we expect 2023 to be a year of two halves. As volatility remains elevated, investors will undoubtedly be asking: “What's next for markets?”, “What will drive the world in 2023?” and “How will these trends impact the way we invest?”
Bank of Singapore has launched a landmark research collaboration with Haitong International for our Equity Research coverage of Chinese equity markets.
Reports are in both English and Mandarin and the addition of Haitong International’s wide and in-depth H-shares, ADRs and A-shares coverage adds a new level of depth to Bank of Singapore’s Greater China coverage. Interested to find out more? Contact us.
Bank of Singapore has built a reputation as Asia’s global private bank known for its strong cross-asset research, advisory and portfolio management capabilities. Our experienced and diverse research team with key strengths in Asia and emerging markets was awarded the "Best Private Bank for Investment Research" by Asiamoney in 2021. Bank of Singapore’s investment capabilities and open architecture platform for investment solutions allow us to deliver sustainable long-term investment returns for our clients.
Chief Investment Officer
Jean is a Managing Director and head of the Portfolio Management and Research Office responsible for Macroeconomics, Investment Strategy, FX, Equity and Fixed Income Research, Discretionary Portfolio Management (DPM), among others. Jean has over two decades experience including at UBS and Allianz Global Investors and holds a Master’s Degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford.
Head of Investment Strategy
Eli heads Bank of Singapore’s investment strategy and equity research teams, and leads the development of asset allocation, thematic strategies and thought leadership across asset classes. With almost two decades of investment experience, including at Wellington Management Company in Boston and OCBC in Singapore, Eli is a central member of the Bank’s Investment Committee. Eli holds an MA degree in Statistics from Harvard University.
Mansoor is a Managing Director with over two decades' experience in London, Zurich and Singapore as the Global Head of FX Strategy at UBS and Royal Bank of Scotland. Mansoor speaks to policymakers and central bankers and his views are regularly published in The Economist and the Financial Times. He holds a Bachelor’s and a Master’s Degree in Economics from the London School of Economics.
Head of Fixed Income Research
Todd is a Managing Director with over three decades of experience. He joined the Bank’s predecessor ING Asia Private Bank in 2008 after heading Asian Fixed Income Research at Deutsche Bank. Todd was also a Global Credit Portfolio Manager at Singapore’s Government Investment Corporation (GIC). A CFA holder, Todd gained his Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago and his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from UCLA.