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Analysen 28.04.2016

UBP in a new partnership with Portland Hill Capital LLP

UBP in a new partnership with Portland Hill Capital LLP

UBP has partnered up with Portland Hill, an independent asset manager focused on fundamental catalyst-driven investing across liquid asset classes.


Founder & CIO Thierry Lucas spent most of his 20+ years career in public markets with a focus on Equity Long/Short, Event-Driven and Risk Arbitrage strategies across the capital structure.

Learn more with our short interview of Thierry Lucas.

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Japanese equities

Why the current outlook makes a compelling case for Japanese equities

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