Networks - SCIOC

Overview

The FOX SPRING Global Investment Forum™ is a different kind of investment conference — it is for owners of investment capital and CIOs working for owners of investment capital. Designed to engage the unique interests of family investment decision-makers and asset allocators, the topics are determined objectively and non-commercially to provide what the families want and need to hear.  The conference is also intended to build a strong community among the investment oriented peers in attendance.
PwC Private Company Services
Friday, February 5, 2016

Global growth is shifting East.

Marsh USA Inc.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Over the years passion investments—high-end collectibles and other luxury possessions that hold both emotional and financial value for their owners—have become a viable investment vehicle.

Vogel Consulting, LLC
Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Global equity markets rebounded sharply in October 2015 after the third quarter sell-off due to accommodative monetary policies and some better economic and earnings news.

Altair Advisers LLC
Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Looking back on 2015, it was a disappointing year for investors with returns that were flat to negative, reflecting global market pressures that demand attention in 2016. The new year begins with a tricky liftoff around lowered market expectations and slightly more conservative positioning.

James Alpha Management, LLC
Monday, February 1, 2016

Important insights lie in the trends hidden under asset class classification of the hedge fund industry, which is expected to grow 25% annually in the next five years from $0.5 to $1.4 trillion dollars.

Drexel Morgan Capital Advisers
Tuesday, January 26, 2016

For most financial assets 2015 was a challenging environment, with equities seeing negative or muted performance and fixed income facing its worst year since 2013 as yields slowly moved higher in anticipation of the Fed rate hike in December.

Drexel Morgan Capital Advisers
Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Volatility in global equities subsided in the Fourth Quarter of 2015; however, 2016 will likely see multiple spikes due to the follow-through from low oil prices and concerns over China. Other current and fluctuating conditions of global capital markets add to the volatility.

GenSpring Family Offices
Friday, January 15, 2016

There is nothing particularly magical about the start of a new calendar year, but it is a time to reassess the global economy and markets in search of investment opportunities. At the start of 2016 the outlook shows low recession and bear market risks, the U.S.

Atlantic Trust Private Wealth Management
Friday, January 15, 2016

Change is in the wind. After a challenging 2015, the investment landscape for 2016 will be defined by a new course for monetary policy and political leadership, a new primary catalyst for stocks and an altered roadmap for credit markets, and for energy. Looking ahead at these asset classes—U.S.