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Asia

Our Asia focused solution is designed for investors with targeted risk tolerances.

Our multi-asset investment teams work around the world to take advantage of opportunities the financial markets have to offer across Asian equity and bond markets.

Why this strategy?

Globally diversified (with a tilt in Asia), dynamic asset allocation, risk focused in a single strategy.

Diversification

  • Offers diversification across different asset classes in Asia
  • Exposure to equities, government bonds, corporate bonds and local debts in the convenience of a single holding

Dynamic asset allocation

  • An actively managed asset allocation, not a ‘set and forget’ strategy
  • Tactical asset allocation to exploit shorter-term market opportunities

Our process

  • Our investment process is globally consistent, systematic and repeatable, combining quantitative and qualitative inputs in a considered way
  • Throughout our process, we maintain a focus on risk control and management, applying three independent levels of risk management and oversight across all of our investments

HSBC strengths

  • 60+ investment professionals working in multi-asset across five key locations: London, Paris, Düsseldorf, Hong Kong and Vancouver
  • 20+ years of experience managing multi-asset strategies for institutional and retail investors
Risk Warning
The value of investments and any income from them can go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount originally invested. Where overseas investments are held the rate of currency exchange may also cause the value of such investments to fluctuate.