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Tubesolar Aufmacher
Feb 15, 2022 How to earn it

Tailwind for TubeSolar.

In issue 02/2021, we had introduced the company TubeSolar AG to you in the "World Savers" section (link "Double Yield"). The Augsburg-based company wants to generate electricity with solar panels in tube form. In addition to being used on commercial and industrial roofs, they will be mounted on stilts above agricultural land so that tractors can drive underneath them. Because the solar tubes are arranged in a grid design, they also allow sunlight and rain to pass through. The effect:…
Klaus Meitinger 339
Softing neu
Jan 04, 2022 How to earn it

Softing – on the verge of a breakthrough.

"The best is yet to come," said Wolfgang Trier a year ago in private wealth's entrepreneur portrait ("Der Optimist," link). Trier had joined Softing AG as an investor in 2002, saved the company from bankruptcy as CEO and since then had steered it through some ups and downs. Despite the constraints imposed by the pandemic, the entrepreneur had remained optimistic a year ago. "For 2021, we have our sights set on a return to the 2019 figures. In 2022 - then hopefully beyond Corona - we want to hit…
Silke Lauenstein 371
Faytech deal done
Dec 31, 2021 How to earn it

Deal done.

In the latest issue, private wealth told the exciting story of entrepreneur Arne Weber (Once China and back, LINK to article). It concluded with Weber's plan to bring his company Faytech into the listed Mic AG in order to grow faster together with Mic's wholly owned subsidiary Pyramid. Now the deal is in the bag. On December 24, Mic AG signed the purchase agreement to acquire all shares in Faytech AG. The purchase price is limited to a maximum of 15.86 million and comprises three components.…
Silke Lauenstein 445
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Dec 07, 2021 Editorials

The beginning of a new era.

Dear readers, We are actually hesitant to use terms like "new era" or "new epoch". But at the beginning of 2022, it seems appropriate to us - because in the future, the conditions for investors will change fundamentally. The last decade was marked by a boom in all asset classes. Real estate prices doubled. The MSCI World, which aggregates the shares of companies from industrialised countries, climbed by 250 per cent, and the Nasdaq 100 by as much as 580 per cent. A long period of interest rate…
Klaus Meitinger, Moritz Eckes 399
Opinionleader 2 Grad
Dec 03, 2021 Opinionleader

"We can still do two degrees."

What are the scientific facts around climate change? The Lerbacher Runde asks, Professor Jochem Marotzke, coordinating lead author for the chapter "Future World Climate" in the current IPPC report, answers. Lerbacher Runde (LR) COP26 was called the Last Chance Saloon.Did the world use the last chance? Jochem Marotzke (JM) For me, the outcome of the climate summit left me with mixed feelings. Glasgow has by no means put us back on track towards the 1.5 degree target and in this respect was…
Prof. Jochem Marotzke 388
Dec 03, 2021 How to earn it

"Idorsia will be our legacy."

entrepreneurship. The couple Martine and Jean-Paul Clozel sold their first start-up - the biopharmaceutical company Actelion - for $30 billion in 2017. "We didn't sell, we were bought," the founders specify, "that's a huge difference." In the successor company Idorsia, the two want to continue researching unknown drugs, continuing what they started at Actelion. "Idorsia should be like Actelion, only more successful, better and made to last." Our entrepreneurial goals have always been very…
Klaus Meitinger 639
Dec 03, 2021 How to earn it

Once China and back.

Expansion strategy. Arne Weber and his wife Fan Yang have successfully built up a tech company in China. In order to accelerate growth, the entrepreneur is now turning his attention back to his home country. An exciting adventure journey between different cultures and company structures is heading for a happy ending. "When I look back at the past three years, everything that could go wrong actually went wrong," says Arne Weber, founder and owner of Faytech AG: "After growing our start-up in…
Gerd Hübner 513
Dec 03, 2021 How to earn it

Everything on the test bench.

Climate risks. Man-made climate change is leading to heavy rainfall, flooding, increasingly severe storms and heat waves all over the world. It is high time for companies to prepare themselves. Suddenly, nothing worked anymore. When the energy supply in the Ahr valley temporarily collapsed and it was no longer possible to make telephone calls to organise mutual assistance, the abstract term "systemic risks" took on a tangible meaning. Sewage pipes and storage reservoirs could no longer hold…
Hanns J. Neubert 358
Dec 03, 2021 How to earn it

Single Malt - matured for 30 days.

Innovation. With their company Bespoken Spirits, Martin Janousek (pictured above, left) and Stu Aaron produce high-proof whiskey in a fast process and still leave decades-old cask maturations behind in blind tastings. This could revolutionize the market for whiskey - not necessarily to the detriment of established distilleries. Mountain View is a city in the heart of Silicon Valley. Some years ago, Martin Janousek and some of his friends were sitting together in a whisky and wine club and had a…
Dr. Günter Kast 378
Dec 03, 2021 How to invest it

Money trends 2022 - it's getting hot.

Lerbacher Runde. Once a year, bankers, asset managers and family officers meet at Schloss Bensberg to provide wealthy investors with inspiration and guidance. While the autumn of 2020 was still dominated by the pandemic and economic recovery, new questions are now being asked: What is happening with inflation? Are we witnessing the turnaround in interest rates? What would that mean for the price of real assets, which have experienced an unprecedented boom thanks to zero interest rates? And how…
Klaus Meitinger 359
Dec 03, 2021 How to invest it

More rules, more taxes, more government.

Political opportunities and risks. The state is increasingly intervening in society and the economy. This is a trend that the Lerbacher Runde believes will continue. For capital investors, this will reshuffle the cards. "It feels like we see greater government intervention in the private economy after every crisis," notes Fabian Strube, Robeco. "The massive spending programs after the pandemic, the discussion about the stability pact in Europe, tax increases or the regulator's interventions in…
Gerd Hübner, Klaus Meitinger 355
Dec 03, 2021 How to invest it

Before a golden decade?

Economy. After the economic slump in 2020 global economic momentum initially picked up rapidly in 2021. Now supply bottlenecks are putting the brakes on. How does the Lerbach Roundtable view the short- and medium-term prospects for the global economy? "The question of the economy is, of course, always at the beginning of every investment strategy session," outlines Kai Röhrl, Robeco, "because growth means more sales and higher profits. This should then also be reflected in the equity markets."…
Gerd Hübner, Klaus Meitinger 316
Dec 03, 2021 How to invest it

Dangerous balancing act.

Inflation. Prices are rising faster than they have in 30 years. Is this really just a temporary phenomenon? Or is the genie of inflation now out of the bottle? And above all: how will the central banks react? The Lerbacher Runde analyses. If the Lerbach Round is to define the question that will decide the investment trend in 2022, the answer is clear: Is the rise in inflation really just temporary, or will prices continue to rise and a real turnaround in interest rates occur? "After all, the…
Gerd Hübner, Klaus Meitinger 319
Dec 03, 2021 How to invest it

Boom, bubble - bust?

Market Analysis. The prices of tangible assets - shares and real estate - have risen extremely sharply over the last ten years. Is this boom justified? Can it continue? Or will it be followed - as so often - by a slump? The Lerbacher Runde does the research. In retrospect, the last decade will go down in the history books as the decade in which investors became very wealthy more quickly than ever before. As the boom decade. As the era of asset price inflation. Some numbers: Over the past…
Gerd Hübner, Klaus Meitinger 348
Dec 03, 2021 How to invest it

The hot twenties.

Climate as an investment factor. The fight against climate change will dramatically change the way we do business in the future. This will widen the gap between winners and losers among companies. The Lerbacher Runde explains how investors should react to this. "There is an interesting study," says Stephan Kemper, BNP Paribas WM Private Banking: "On behalf of the 'Financial Times', the impact of a CO 2 price of 100 euros was calculated for the 1000 largest listed companies - today the CO 2…
Gerd Hübner, Klaus Meitinger 342
Dec 03, 2021 How to invest it

Attractive alternatives.

Interest rate substitute. Structuring a successful portfolio has become difficult today. Firstly, interest-bearing securities with good credit ratings no longer preserve the purchasing power of assets when inflation rises. And secondly, in the risk scenario - with rising interest rates - both equities and bonds are negatively affected. The Lerbach Round's solution: more alternative investments must be added to the portfolio. In the past, Bunds had two roles in the portfolio. They brought…
Gerd Hübner, Klaus Meitinger 292
Dec 03, 2021 How to invest it

Lucrative credit investments.

Private Real Estate Loans. Banks are pulling back from lending on commercial real estate projects. Private investors can fill this gap. The incentive: attractive returns, regardless of developments on the capital markets. "Because there are projects with different risk profiles, the market offers a broad field for every type of investor," says Peter Begler, Alternatives Director at Schroders. "It's actually a curious situation," Peter Begler reflects: "We have a real estate boom all over…
Sonderveröffentlichung: Schroder Investment Management (Europe) S.A., German Branch 311
Dec 03, 2021 How to invest it

An optimal combination.

Dividend Strategy Asia. High-yielding assets are desperately sought at the moment. George Gosden, portfolio manager at Columbia Threadneedle, advises investors to look to Asia. Not only is the long-term economic environment right there, but there are also attractive dividend yields from high-growth companies. "Those who pursue a dividend strategy in Europe," explains George Gosden, "usually end up with companies with a solid business model but no growth prospects. On the other hand, those that…
Sonderveröffentlichung: Columbia Threadneedle 301
Dec 03, 2021 How to invest it

It's getting wilder.

Currency management. For globally invested assets, exchange rates have a massive impact on portfolio returns. "But because the currency markets have been quiet in recent months, many investors have lost sight of this aspect," recalls Johannes Mayr, chief economist at asset manager Eyb & Wallwitz, predicting, "In 2022, this will change. Investors should prepare themselves." "Currency management is perhaps the most underestimated aspect of investing," Johannes Mayr reflects, "because exchange…
Sonderveröffentlichung: Eyb & Wallwitz 321
Dec 03, 2021 How to invest it

Return on investment with meaning.

Impact-investment. Creating social benefit while generating attractive long-term returns is the goal of NN Investment Partners' Smart Connectivity strategy. Companies are sought that benefit from the shift towards a more sustainable economy, have a positive impact on the environment or society and contribute to the UN's sustainability goals with their innovative solutions. "Did you know that around four billion people worldwide live in cities?" asks Ivo Luiten, Lead Portfolio Manager at NN…
Sonderveröffentlichung: NN Investment Partners 311
Dec 03, 2021 How to invest it

To the stars.

Space stocks. The first tourist flights into space have aroused interest in the investment theme of New Space. But there is much more to it than that: navigation and communication possibilities based on satellites, the observation of climate data from space or the exploitation of new sources of raw materials are fascinating development opportunities. There is enormous potential for the companies involved. Space, endless expanses. The year is 2021, and these are the adventures of private…
Gerd Hübner 293
Dec 03, 2021 How to invest it

Trend towards sustainability.

Real estate industry. Buildings are among the biggest emitters ofCO2."We will therefore not succeed in complying with the Paris climate agreement without a sustainable real estate industry," Thomas Wiegelmann of Schroder Real Estate is convinced. Because the pressure on this sector will continue to increase, investors will have to pay very close attention to the sustainability of real estate investments in the future. With high energy consumption and heavy reliance on fossil fuels, real estate…
Sonderveröffentlichung: Dr. Thomas Wiegelmann 282
Dec 03, 2021 How to invest it

The bill is coming.

Monetary policy. In recent years, the printing press has become the tool of choice to combat economic crises. Central banks bought bonds with "freshly printed money" to stabilize the banking system in the 2008 financial crisis and cushion the impact of the current pandemic. Meanwhile, the balance sheets of the FED and the ECB have grown to nearly double-digit trillions. Who is footing the bill? Whenever disaster threatens, the cavalry comes. In the economy, the central banks have been doing…
Sonderveröffentlichung: B. Metzler seel. Sohn & Co. AG 294
Dec 03, 2021 How to invest it

Structural Reform.

Secondary Private Equity. In times of low interest rates and high valuations on the stock markets, classic portfolios of shares and bonds no longer work as well as they did in the past. "I therefore advise restructuring the portfolio," explains Florian Dillinger, Matador Partners Group: "Private equity, the participation in unlisted companies, stabilizes and increases the return." "Take a little trip back in time with me to the year 2031," prompts Florian Dillinger, Matador Partners Group, "and…
Sonderveröffentlichung: Matador Partners Group AG 381
Dec 03, 2021 How to live it

An eye for beauty.

Ryan Pyle is an adventurer, photographer and documentary film producer.His television series "Extreme Treks" made the brand ambassador for Glashütte Original famous far beyond his native Canada. I don't even remember how my passion for mechanical watches started. Other men "inherit" them from their father, but mine never wore one. He was an Olympian and recorded his lap times with a plastic digital sports watch. After all - my dad got me into sports. So while he wasn't responsible for my taste…
Ryan Pyle 309
Dec 03, 2021 How to live it

"I live art."

Collector. Pierre Chen earned his billion-dollar fortune with the multinational electronics company he founded in 1977, Yageo Corporation. He is a prime example of how the good intuition of a successful entrepreneur also works in the field of art. With the collection he has amassed over the years, he is one of the most influential and successful collectors in the art world. There is a very stressful lifestyle in the high-tech industry. Art helps me balance my life, it calms my mind and slows my…
Dr. Annette Doms 457
Dec 03, 2021 How to live it

Reporting market in turmoil.

Wealth reporting. The market for asset reporting and controlling services is changing. "Client requirements are changing. Entire teams from previous top addresses are changing employers. Know-how is now being lost there," Alexander Etterer makes clear. In this exciting environment, the experienced reporting specialist wants to reposition himself. "That's another reason," says Etterer, "why I founded Reportify Analytics." "Our industry is being turned upside down," says Alexander Etterer,…
Sonderveröffentlichung: Reportify Analytics GmbH 270
Dec 03, 2021 How to live it

Foundation - fast, flexible, digital.

Philanthropy. The hurdles are high: lawyers, notaries, the foundation and also the financial supervisory authorities are involved when it comes to setting up and running a foundation. This costs time, money and often returns. "But there is another way," Felix Oldenburg is convinced. With "project bcause", the former Secretary General of the Association of German Foundations has launched an attempt to transport the "old" model of the foundation into the digital age. "In an ideal world," says…
Yvonne Döbler 313
Dec 03, 2021 How to live it

The traffic light and the real estate.

Real estate trends. With the traffic light coalition, the course on the real estate market is also being set anew. Michael Reiss, Managing Partner of Sotheby's International Realty in Munich, explains what investors should now expect. "It's always said that political exchanges have short legs.That may be true - but when it comes to the real estate market, political changes can have very long legs. That's why I took a closer look at the plans of the traffic light coalition," explains Michael…
Sonderveröffentlichung: München, Sotheby’s International Realty 297
Dec 03, 2021 How to live it

Pure. Wild. Sustainable.

Long-distance travel. Stefan Moosleitner (pictured above left) was a manager in the media industry and an independent entrepreneur. But his true passion is travelling. Now he curates extraordinary and sustainable adventures - in a country more associated with civil war and drug cartels than with ecotourism: Colombia. Colombia doesn't need to look in a mirror to know who is the most beautiful on the entire South American continent. The country doesn't even need to invoke Gabriel García Márquez,…
Dr. Günter Kast 330
Dec 03, 2021 How to live it

Taboos in entrepreneurial families.

From the researcher's workshop. On the surface, keeping taboos seems to protect family cohesion. But what is not talked about continues to have an effect in the background. That is why it is important to recognize taboos, to understand them and to bring them to light. A taboo is something that must not be spoken about or done. So there are "speech taboos" and "action taboos". Both types can be found in business families. Not speaking or not doing is supposed to ensure the cohesion of the…
Prof. Dr. Tom Rüsen, Monika Nadler, Wittener Institut für Familienunternehmen (WIFU) 313
Dec 03, 2021 How to live it

The white clan.

Skiing. With 8805 members from 60 nations, the Ski Club Arlberg, founded in 1901, is one of the oldest, most famous and most successful ski clubs in the world. Anyone who wants to be accepted into the circle must demonstrate a love of skiing - and a love of the region. A winter afternoon at the Hotel Kaminstube in St. Anton: As every Wednesday at 4 pm, the members of the Ski Club Arlberg (SCA) arrive. The traditional house of the Kössler family is conveniently located right next to the piste.…
Dr. Günter Kast 291
Dec 03, 2021 A letter from

"Enough with the debt brake."

A letter from ... Dr. Christian Jasperneite. The chief strategist of M.M.Warburg & CO says why saving no longer makes sense after the resignation of Bundesbank President Weidmann. I know - those who have known me for a while may rub their eyes in surprise at this headline. After all, I've been arguing against runaway national debt for decades. But here I am, and I can't help it. For ten years, Jens Weidmann, as head of the Bundesbank, has fought tirelessly to prevent the ECB from becoming an…
Dr. Christian Jasperneite 297
Nov 29, 2021 How to earn it

Double yield.

Photovoltaics and agriculture - can't that work on the same land? "It can," informs Reiner Egner, CEO of Tubesolar AG: "Vegetables, lettuces, tomatoes, chilies - all of them and many plants more have in some cases achieved better yields under our agri-photovoltaic pilot systems than on arable land without solar panels." The idea: generate electricity with solar panels shaped like tubes. They are set up on stilts at, say, five meters above farmland. The advantages: Rain permeability and clean…
Yvonne Döbler 276
Nov 29, 2021 How to earn it

Mission Innovation.

World Saviour. To win the fight against climate change, the world is dependent on new ideas. The start-up scene is booming, impact investors are providing capital. Ten stories of entrepreneurs who are making a difference. If humanity wants to have a chance of achieving the climate goals, it must rely on the inventiveness of entrepreneurs. Because, according to the International Energy Agency, almost half of the emission reductions needed by 2050 will have to be achieved through technologies…
Yvonne Döbler, Sabine Holzknecht, Hanns-J. Neubert 431
May 29, 2021 Editorials

Directional Decisions.

Dear readers, In the next few months, we'll probably take big steps back towards normality, thanks to vaccination in Europe. That is wonderful. At the same time, however, it is now high time for some fundamental thinking - about the role of the state, economic policy and monetary policy. It's about exiting emergency mode. No doubt about it. When disasters strike, the state is called upon. After that, it should back off. Currently, the discussion is exactly the opposite. Father state is supposed…
Klaus Meitinger 495
May 29, 2021 Opinionleader

"Take the lead."

With its rules on taxonomy, the EU will initiate a massive transformation of the economy, Christian Klein, Professor of Sustainable Finance at the University of Kassel, is convinced: "For SMEs, this is an opportunity."
Christian Klein 495
May 29, 2021 How to earn it

"If I don't do it, nobody will."

Theragnostics. Eleven million people worldwide die with or from sepsis every year. Covid-19 also leads to septic shock in severe cases and subsequently to multiple organ failure. Nevertheless, it has not been possible to develop a therapy against it for 50 years. Andreas Bergmann has made this his life's work. As a scientist and as an entrepreneur. "Especially when the task is difficult and complex," he noted, "you can't wait for others. Then you have to become entrepreneurial yourself." That's…
Klaus Meitinger 1011
May 29, 2021 How to earn it

Mia electrifies.

Start-up. Swiss entrepreneur Andreas Kratzer wants to make Fox e-mobility the first pure e-vehicle company in Europe. An ambitious goal, because the market is competitive. To prevail, Kratzer needs investors who believe in his vision.
Gerd Hübner 495
May 29, 2021 How to earn it

On the road to another league.

Expansion. The Thannhuber family of entrepreneurs from Lower Bavaria manages the production of do-it-yourself appliances with ambitious goals. Not only in terms of the economic perspective of Einhell AG. The sons of founder Josef Thannhuber - Markus (left) and Philipp - are also to be given justice and entrepreneurial scope.
Cornelia Knust 551
May 29, 2021 How to earn it

We perfect climate protection.

Innovation. The only effective climate protection is to buy pollution rights and take them off the market for all time. "Because only then will the amount of CO2 emissions actually decrease," explain Hanjo Allinger and Christian Jasperneite. With their company CAP2, they want to give everyone the opportunity to cap their own CO2 footprint more efficiently.
Klaus Meitinger 501
May 29, 2021 How to earn it

The industry leader.

Generation change. Jürgen Heindl turned Progroup into a champion in the packaging industry with 900 million euros in sales in just 30 years. Now he wants to convert the company to a post-patriarchal structure and hand over the reins to his son Maximilian.
Dr. Günter Kast 458
May 29, 2021 How to invest it

"Stock prices will continue to rise."

Although the quotations of most stock indices are close to their record levels, two thirds of the members of the Lerbach Competence Circle are betting on rising prices in the coming six months as well. They have good arguments for this.
Klaus Meitinger 427
May 29, 2021 How to invest it

"A correction is looming in the equity markets."

Too much optimism, too high expectations, prices rising too quickly - this is how one third of the Lerbach Competence Circle comments on the situation on the stock markets.In the course of the next six months, the experts expect significant setbacks.
Klaus Meitinger 354
May 29, 2021 How to invest it

Real estate world in flux.

Real Estate. The demands on players in the real estate industry are changing rapidly. "More than ever before, investors have to view each property as an independent corporate commitment and, above all, keep an eye on ESG aspects," analyse Thomas Wiegelmann, Managing Director at Schroder Real Estate, and Jan Linsin, Head of Research at CBRE in Germany.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Dr. Thomas Wiegelmann, Geschäftsführer Schroder Real Estate Asset Management GmbH 401
May 29, 2021 How to invest it

Successfully invest money sensibly.

Sustainable investment. In future, more and more capital will only be made available to companies that behave in an exemplary manner in terms of ESG - environmental, social and corporate governance. Or make a positive contribution to our society through their business model, products and services. A megatrend has gained momentum and will continue to accelerate in the future.
Klaus Meitinger 382
May 29, 2021 How to invest it

Capital has an effect.

Impact Investment. Investments in innovative companies with a positive impact on the environment and society are increasingly becoming the focus of investors. But putting this idea into practice is not entirely straightforward. "Measuring and controlling the actual impact is just as big a challenge as building an optimized portfolio from the many exciting companies. We have developed a special approach for this," explains Huub van der Riet, long-standing manager of the NN (L) Global Equity…
Sonderveröffentlichung: NN Investment Partners 363
May 29, 2021 How to invest it

That sounds fantastic.

Philanthropy. When culture and wealth can agree on a goal, something special is created. Buying historical string instruments and making them available to top musicians is an investment model that benefits society and even pays off.
Yvonne Döbler 339
May 29, 2021 How to invest it

The rock.

Alternative Investments. In view of highly valued stock markets, the risks in portfolios are increasing. And because interest-bearing securities - unlike in the past - no longer offer much in the way of returns or protection in the event of turbulence, investors are looking for new underlying investments that generate returns regardless of market trends. "The GAIA Helix fund does just that," says Ulrich Heuberger, head of sales at Schroder Investment Management.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Schroder Investment Management (Europe) S.A., 336
May 29, 2021 How to invest it

Infinite possibilities.

Financial innovation. The prices of all investments around blockchain technology are rising rapidly. This may be - as is often the case with fascinating innovations - a period of exaggeration in the early days. But the technology's potential is real. An overview.
Gerd Hübner 312
May 29, 2021 How to invest it

Readjust.

Shuffling possible. For a long time, investors have achieved adequate returns by dividing their assets between 60 percent equities and 40 percent government bonds. In view of rising inflation rates and persistently low interest rates, this is now becoming increasingly difficult in real terms, i.e. adjusted for purchasing power. "It is high time to readjust this successful strategy," says Kristina Bambach, who is responsible for the Phaidros Funds Balanced mixed fund at asset manager Eyb &…
Sonderveröffentlichung: Eyb & Wallwitz 331
May 29, 2021 How to invest it

It's worth it.

Real asset investments. In view of persistently low interest rates and rising inflation rates worldwide, demand for real assets is increasing. European Long-Term Investment Funds, or ELTIFs, are designed to provide fee-efficient, transparent and strictly regulated access to asset classes such as infrastructure, private debt or private equity.
Gerd Hübner 364
May 29, 2021 How to live it

The drink for the gods.

Mariko Schmitz is one of Germany's few sake sommelières certified in Japan. To all those who get wanderlust for Japan when the Olympics start in Tokyo in July, she advises to refine the evening with sake.
Mariko Schmitz 464
May 29, 2021 How to live it

Legend-building.

Passion. People who come from great entrepreneurial families usually strive to create lasting value themselves. Kurt A. Engelhorn took a long time. But now he seems to have found his way there. The focus is on a special investment strategy, a virtual company, historic automobiles and, above all, a very special car race - the Bernina Gran Turismo.
Klaus Meitinger, Philipp Wente 472
May 29, 2021 How to live it

Transparency as a success factor.

Perspective. Investors want to know exactly how good their asset managers really are. They, in turn, want to be able to prove that they deserve their clients' trust - especially in times of crisis. "Both have a high interest in objective, neutral and bank-independent proof of performance," says Alexander Etterer, partner at the auditing firm Rödl & Partner: "We deliver it."
Sonderveröffentlichung: Rödl & Partner GmbH 398
May 29, 2021 How to live it

Genomics was yesterday - proteomics is tomorrow.

Science. Decoding the 3.2 billion letters of the human genome 20 years ago was a sensation. Now researchers are taking the next step - deciphering the proteins, the actual carriers of life.
Hanns J. Neubert 416
May 29, 2021 How to live it

Going with the flow.

Innovation. Greg McDougall is the founder and CEO of Harbour Air, North America's largest seaplane fleet. He managed to make the world's first flight in an all-electric commercial aircraft. He won't save the world with it, but it's a start.
Dr. Günter Kast 425
May 29, 2021 How to live it

"I believe in the city."

Real estate trends. Globally, the market for larger homes in suburbs and resorts is booming. "This will calm down again," says Michael Reiss, managing partner of Sotheby's International Realty in Munich, "I expect the big city to make a comeback."
Michael Reiss 378
May 29, 2021 How to live it

Time. Spirit. Art.

Art Collection. New technologies are revolutionizing art. Digitization, virtual reality and augmented reality enable new forms of expression. And open up new worlds for collectors. Indonesian entrepreneur Wiyu Wahono is one of the world's most renowned collectors of art that reflects the spirit of the times. How does that work? And what challenges do collectors have to face in the process?
Dr. Annette Doms 436
May 29, 2021 How to live it

Empowering the children of shareholders.

Families, it is said, lose their business in the first generation for lack of insight, in the second for lack of harmony, and in the third for lack of interest. Therefore, a scientific study of the socialization of shareholder children is of great importance. For they will shape the family business and the entrepreneurial family in the future.
Peer Clinten und Prof. Dr. Heiko Kleve, Wittener Institut für Familienunternehmen (WIFU) 399
May 29, 2021 How to live it

A heart for Africa.

Passion. For many years, Hellmuth Weisser was co-owner, chairman of the board and supervisory board of Marquard & Bahls AG, a global energy trader and tank farm operator based in Hamburg. Now he is building a 22,000 hectare animal sanctuary in South Africa, investing around 30 million euros in the project.
Dr. Günter Kast 461
May 29, 2021 A letter from

"We're calling for a turnaround."

A letter from ... Marcus Vitt, Spokesman of the Board of Donner & Reuschel, Edmund Stoiber, Peer Steinbrück, Günther Oettinger, Hans-Werner Sinn, Wolfgang Reitzle and many more.
Marcus Vitt 443
May 26, 2021 How to invest it

Virtuous Circle.

Circular economy. The traditional production model of the throwaway society is reaching its limits in a world of scarce resources and increasing environmental damage. The transition to an economy that consistently recycles resources can offer a way out. The experts at Robeco have made this an exciting investment theme.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Robeco Deutschland 331
May 26, 2021 How to invest it

Emerging Markets reloaded.

Schwellenländer-Aktien. In den ersten acht Jahren der 2000er waren Schwellenländer – vor allem die legendären BRICs – Stars an den Kapitalmärkten. Danach folgte ein mühsamer struktureller Umbau – weg von Exporten und Rohstoffen, hin zu Binnenwirtschaft, Konsum und Technologie. „Nun ist dieser abgeschlossen. Anlegern eröffnen sich ganz neue Chancen“, meint Dara White, Columbia Threadneedle.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Columbia Threadneedle 345
Nov 28, 2020 How to live it

Thought transference.

Innovation. Brain-computer interfaces send information directly from a living brain to the electrical circuits of computers. In this way, people today can control machines simply by thinking. And this is only the beginning.
Hanns J. Neubert 652
Nov 28, 2020 How to invest it

The new world of investment.

Blockchain. The digital representation of property rights, known as tokenization, not only allows the cost-effective trading of real asset classes in small denominations. It also opens up completely new investment opportunities. For many investors, this significantly expands the investment universe. However, the market is still in its infancy. There are a number of hurdles to be overcome.
Gerd Hübner 520
Nov 28, 2020 How to invest it

Reality check.

Small Caps. Shares of smaller companies, they say, are more susceptible to economic cycles and therefore riskier, especially in crises. This effect can be minimised by clever stock selection, claimed Scott Woods of Columbia Threadneedle a year ago. How did the expert get through the turbulent market phase of recent months with his small-cap strategy?
Threadneedle Management Luxembourg S.A. 524
Nov 28, 2020 How to invest it

Education is worthwhile.

Funds. Education funds finance ambitious students at private universities by covering tuition fees and living expenses. In this way, they also help to overcome financing bottlenecks during the Corona period. Repayments are made when the former students earn income. An investment with added value.
Yvonne Döbler 525
Nov 28, 2020 How to earn it

"Let's give this a try."

Handmade. Instead of rapid growth, the Munich entrepreneurial family Rambold and their chocolate manufacturer Elly Seidl focus on careful expansion and uncompromisingly high quality (picture above: Helmut Rambold (left) and Maximilian Rambold).
Mariella Bauer 606
Nov 28, 2020 How to earn it

The optimist.

Expansion strategy. In 18 years, Wolfgang Trier, now 55, has turned the bankruptcy candidate Softing into a serious supplier of communication solutions for industry. "And the best," Trier is convinced, "is yet to come. "We are currently sounding out the market to find companies that could fit into the strategy and portfolio of our Automation segment. And are available at a reasonable price in the crisis," says Wolfgang Trier, CEO of the publicly listed Softing AG. "That would then be another…
Yvonne Döbler 639
Nov 28, 2020 Editorials

The ultimate value storage.

Dear Readers, what keeps its value? This question not only concerns our network, it was also omnipresent at the Lerbach round. The large states have apparently exceeded the "point of no return" due to the Corona rescue measures, up to which they were able to control their debt burden without the financing of the central banks. So the central banks will (have to) continue to channel money into the cycle. If the money supply now increases much faster than the quantity of goods, won't financial…
Klaus Meitinger, Moritz Eckes 728
Nov 28, 2020 How to invest it

Rethinking interest rate investments.

Income. Secure interest rate investments will not yield a return for years to come. For investors seeking adequate returns with reasonable risk, broad diversification across a range of alternative investments is the solution.
Klaus Meitinger 3253
Nov 28, 2020 How to invest it

The (un)holy alliance.

Economic policy. Fiscal and monetary policy are increasingly converging. Is this a curse? Or a blessing? And what does it mean for the future of the economy, the prospects for growth and the outlook in the various asset classes?
Klaus Meitinger 431
Nov 28, 2020 How to invest it

The view over the valley.

Lerbach round. Since 2010, bankers, asset managers and family officers have been meeting once a year to provide inspiration and guidance to wealthy investors. This year, the experts are not only analysing how the stock markets will react in the face of rising infection figures. Sie are also thinking about what will happen in the markets once we have learned to live with the virus. And in three workshops they discuss the most interesting topics from economic policy and capital investment.
Klaus Meitinger 436
Nov 28, 2020 Opinionleader

Reboot with President Biden.

Europe now has the opportunity to set a new transatlantic agenda. "We should not wait for US initiatives, but actively make offers to the US", demands Markus Kaim, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik.
Markus Kaim 600
Nov 28, 2020 How to earn it

Lord of the Marches.

entrepreneurship. Alexander Fackelmann has been managing the fortunes of the family business for 30 years. During this time, turnover has increased tenfold to almost 400 million euros. Now the 64-year-old is handing over operational responsibility to a non-family CEO. Together with the fourth generation, he is to lead the way towards digitalization and sustainability.
Miriam Zerbel 618
Nov 28, 2020 How to earn it

White beer.

Branding. From the small Allgäu village of Meckatz, the Weiß family has been delighting beer connoisseurs from the region and far beyond for almost 160 years. Owner Michael Weiß explains how he has succeeded in doing so despite competition from over-powerful large breweries.
Yvonne Döbler 553
Nov 28, 2020 How to earn it

The climate killers.

Innovation. The Baden-Württemberg start-up company carbonauten has developed a plastic whose production uses raw materials that would otherwise produce harmful greenhouse gases. In ten years, the founders Torsten Becker (l.) and Christian Hiemer hope to generate more than one billion euros in sales with this super material.
Dr. Günter Kast 594
Nov 28, 2020 How to invest it

Turn fantasy into profit.

Technology. The corona crisis is a huge challenge for economy and society. And a disruption of historic proportions. For equity investors, it will be even more important now than before to invest in companies with disruptive business models.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Dr. Christian Jasperneite CIO, M.M.Warburg & CO 415
Nov 28, 2020 How to invest it

Hunt for unicorns.

Venture capital. Venture capital investments in the technology sector have always had a special appeal due to the great potential for returns. Accelerated by the pandemic, innovation and disruption are now receiving an additional boost. "Intelligent fund solutions give investors the opportunity to invest early in the billion-dollar companies of tomorrow," says Peter Begler, Schroders.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Schroder Investment Management 442
Nov 28, 2020 How to invest it

The better bond.

Green Bonds. Increasingly, governments and companies are issuing bonds to finance "green" projects. This is interesting for investors for two reasons. "Capital has a positive effect, and with the right selection, the risks in the portfolio can be reduced," explains Bram Bos, NN Investment Partners.
Sonderveröffentlichung: NN Investment Partners 368
Nov 28, 2020 How to invest it

Better to live in the city.

Real estate. Wealthy investors and family offices are looking for secure investments with long-term stable returns. Tino Lurtsch, Managing Director at Schroder Real Estate, and Georg Gmeineder, Alternative Director Real Estate at Schroder Investment Management, will show how this goal can still be achieved today through selected properties in metropolitan regions.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Schroder Real Estate Investment Management GmbH 371
Nov 28, 2020 How to invest it

The catcher.

Fallen Angels. If bonds are downgraded in terms of creditworthiness and thus lose their investment grade rating, which is important for large investors, there are usually massive price fluctuations. Andreas Fitzner takes advantage of this in the Fallen Angels Fund of Eyb & Wallwitz.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Eyb & Wallwitz 389
Nov 28, 2020 How to invest it

Change in the Middle Kingdom.

China. While politicians in the US and increasingly also in Europe are considering sealing off their economies from China, investors should open their portfolios more strongly for Chinese shares, advises Carolin Schulze Palstring, Head of Capital Market Analysis at Metzler Private Banking. After all, China's rise to become the world's global economic power opens up a wide range of investment opportunities.
Sonderveröffentlichung: B. Metzler seel. Sohn & Co. 362
Nov 28, 2020 How to invest it

Fascinating PerSPACtives.

Alternative investments. Annual returns of between two and five percent with low risk seem impossible in the zero interest rate era. SPACs - Special Purpose Acquisition Companies - can, if used correctly, be one of the rare investments that can still achieve this goal.
Klaus Meitinger 359
Nov 28, 2020 How to live it

Tingle.

Mathias Heller wants to revive the classic soda culture with his siphon manufacture. That's why he restores old siphons - creating unique pieces with a history for true bar culture enthusiasts. We were a small group of friends, and as bourbon lovers we loved to go to cocktail bars. On a trip to New York we stumbled upon an old Sparklets Soda Siphon at a flea market, which we bought for about 20 dollars. Wouldn't that be a cool thing, we thought, to get this already a bit battered siphon working…
Mathias Heller 528
Nov 28, 2020 How to live it

The pleasure family.

Tradition. The Döllerers from Golling near Salzburg prove that money can be earned with top-class gastronomy - if it is integrated into a harmonious overall concept. Now in its fifth generation, more than 20 family members are involved.
Dr. Günter Kast 468
Nov 28, 2020 How to live it

The key to success.

Consulting. Information is the beginning of everything. That is why Alexander Etterer's digital reporting provides an informative, structured overview of the total assets of Rödl & Partner clients. This data is not only key to successful wealth management, but also helps with tax issues or succession planning.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Rödl & Partner GbR 437
Nov 28, 2020 How to live it

Founders are setting a new course.

commitment. In the zero interest rate era, many foundations only exist on paper. Due to a lack of income, they can no longer provide support. "The purpose of a foundation is then missed, the founder's will no longer achieved," says Ralf Schwind, Chairman of the Executive Board of the Merck Finck Foundation, making it clear and outlining ways out of this dilemma.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Merck Finck Privatbankiers AG 445
Nov 28, 2020 How to live it

Between tradition and modernity.

The great challenge for entrepreneurial families is to maintain a balance between tradition and modernisation of their living conditions in a rapidly changing society. In its research, WiFU is investigating how this can be achieved.
Prof. Heiko Kleve, Kristin Beer, Wittener Institut für Familienunternehmen 426
Nov 28, 2020 How to live it

"Let us build new cities."

New Work. The trend towards the home office will turn the office markets upside down. Will city centres then become unattractive for investors? "We have to rethink", says Michael Reiss, managing partner of Sotheby's International Realty in Munich, "then this is a huge opportunity."
Michael Reiss 427
Nov 28, 2020 A letter from

Keeping society together.

A letter from... Andreas Rickert. The founder of Phineo is concerned about the existence of the non-profit sector and explains how the Corona relief fund can be used to help.
Andreas Rickert 591
Nov 25, 2020 How to live it

Art meets Car.

Oldtimer. Seit 1987 betreibt Axel Schuette den Handel mit automobilen Raritäten. In diesen 33 Jahren gingen mehr als 3000 Sammler­fahrzeuge durch seine Hände. Authentische Originale, Fahrzeuge mit Seele. „Das ist“, sagt er, „meine Leidenschaft. Denn hinter vielen dieser Autos stehen ganz besondere Geschichten.“ Wie die des 300 SL Flügeltürers, der dem Künstler Andy Warhol Modell stand.
Sonderveröffentlichung: AXEL SCHUETTE FINE CARS 484
Nov 19, 2020 How to invest it

Tech-Check.

Technologieaktien. Die Wertentwicklung von Aktien im Tech-Sektor ist atemberaubend. Und erinnert ein bisschen an die Dot-Com-Blase der späten 1990er Jahre. Ist die Furcht vor einem Tech-Crash unbegründet? Und wieviel Tech gehört ins Depot?
Klaus Meitinger 388
Nov 19, 2020 How to invest it

Invest it like Yale.

Secondary Private Equity. Many large investors are so successful because they hold a high quota of private equity in their portfolios over the long term. "Even for wealthy private investors and smaller family offices, however, this is not so easy to implement," explains Florian Dillinger, Matador Partners Group AG. "In order to create easy access to this asset class for them, we have founded Matador".
Sonderveröffentlichung: Matador Partners Group AG 375
Nov 19, 2020 How to live it

Made to measure.

Personalised watches. The digitalisation of the traditional watch industry is progressing in giant strides. In the future, it will open up new ways for lovers of individual timepieces to find their own personal favourite piece.
Jan Lehmhaus 413
Jun 08, 2020 How to invest it

For a better world.

Impact Investment. Investing money in a financially lucrative way and at the same time generating a measurable social return is considered the supreme discipline of sustainable investing. "It is particularly interesting to implement this in all asset classes," says Sönke Niefünd, Co-Head Competence Center Sustainability and Head of the Hamburg office of Merck Finck Privatbankiers AG. He explains how this is achieved.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Merck Finck Privatbankiers 533
Jun 08, 2020 How to earn it

Carefree life with donor organs.

Medical technology. People with donor organs must be on guard against infectious diseases throughout their lives. To prevent the organ from being rejected, their immune system must be suppressed. An infection could be a death sentence. Biotechnology companies are now working to preserve the capabilities of these patients' immune systems.
Dr. Ludger Wess 712
Jun 08, 2020 How to earn it

Small units, big effect.

Start-up. The expansion of large wind turbines has almost come to a standstill in Germany. As a result, a niche is opening up for small, cost-effective and modularly expandable turbines. Two Berlin-based founders want to bring them to series production readiness.
Dr. Günter Kast 682
Jun 08, 2020 Opinionleader

What can the state do?

In the Corona crisis, the government has demanded considerable restrictions from citizens. Was that legal? And: Was it proportional? Maximilian Werkmüller, professor at the Allensbach University, provides answers.
Prof. Maximilian Werkmüller 674
Jun 08, 2020 Editorials

Courage. Confidence. Confidence.

Dear Readers, Of course the next few months will be tough. No question about that. But we don't have the impression that family businesses are emerging from our network. On the contrary. We hear sentences like: Take responsibility, decide, follow through. It's fantastic how the employees go along in this situation. Now more than ever instead of yes, but. The fact that everything secondary is now relegated to the background and only the survival of the company and the jobs counts, brings out the…
Klaus Meitinger, Moritz Eckes 682
Jun 08, 2020 How to earn it

That makes it possible.

Succession. The lighting designer Ingo Maurer from Munich has left to posterity not only his art but also his business. As disorganized as might have been expected from this type of artist. Daughter Claude Maurer needs a new management strategy to keep the company alive.
Cornelia Knust 704
Jun 08, 2020 How to earn it

The Alchemist.

Technology. Ulrich Weitz transforms simple materials into high-tech materials. And thus turned a small, formerly state-owned company into a globally successful supplier to industry. The products of his company IBU-tec are particularly well received in the future market of battery technology.
Gerd Hübner 673
Jun 08, 2020 How to earn it

Colourful.

Exclusivity. When the premier league of international museums and artists is looking for historical colours, it travels to the Swabian province. There, the family-owned company Kremer makes millions in sales with unique color pigments.
Mariella Bauer 683
Jun 08, 2020 How to invest it

Orientation. In the eye of the storm.

Strategy. How will the global economy develop? How will corporate earnings turn out in the future? Which losses at companies will be temporary, which permanent? And how should investors position themselves now? The Lerbach Competence Circle, an illustrious panel of 26 family officers, asset managers and private bankers, has answers to the most important questions from investors.
Klaus Meitinger 506
Jun 08, 2020 How to invest it

The optimal balance.

Infrastructure bonds. The market for interest rate investments is split in two. Completely safe securities no longer offer a yield. And where investors can achieve high returns, the risk of bankruptcy is always present in the face of the looming global recession. The Schroders investment house has found a middle ground. Infrastructure bonds can generate yields of around four percent - with a maximum of security.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Schroders Deutschland 512
Jun 08, 2020 How to invest it

Top dogs and challengers.

Stock strategy. Once the dust settles, it will become clear that the global economy is likely to grow more slowly in the post-Corona period than previously assumed, says Georg Graf von Wallwitz, founder of the asset management firm Eyb & Wallwitz. Then only a few companies will prosper. "These have to be found. Because they will become more and more valuable for investors.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Eyb & Wallwitz; www.eybwallwitz.de 501
Jun 08, 2020 How to invest it

Acceleration.

Megatrends. More and more often, investors are not orienting themselves to countries when building up their equity portfolio, but to ­themen. "The pandemic will reinforce trends that were clearly visible before," says Ed Verstappen, trend investing expert at Robeco. Today is therefore a good opportunity to invest in this sector. The professional explains what investors should bear in mind when making theme investments.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Robeco Deutschland 482
Jun 08, 2020 How to invest it

Back to the future.

Secondary private equity. Those who invested in secondary funds during the financial crisis ten years ago were able to generate high double-digit returns per annum. "Such a Second(ary) opportunity is now available again," Florian Dillinger, Matador Partners Group AG, is convinced.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Matador Partners Group AG 457
Jun 08, 2020 How to invest it

It depends on the pulse.

Change. More and more social bonds are being issued to provide capital to solve social problems. "Investors should thus achieve a social return in addition to the financial one," explains Simon Bond, bond expert at Columbia Threadneedle. "For this to really work, however, the benefits of the projects must be analysed very carefully."
Sonderveröffentlichung: Columbia Threadneedle 416
Jun 08, 2020 How to invest it

Now more than ever.

Hotel real estate. The hotel and travel industries are at the epicentre of the Corona crisis. "Although the short-term outlook is extremely bleak. But those who invest countercyclically in hotels will be rewarded in the long term", Philipp Ellebracht, Head of Real Estate Product Continental Europe at the Schroders investment house, is convinced: "Because the hotel market should have fully recovered within the next five years".
Sonderveröffentlichung: Schroder Real Estate Investment 431
Jun 08, 2020 How to invest it

For a better world.

Impact Investment. Investing money in a financially lucrative way and at the same time generating a measurable social return is considered the supreme discipline of sustainable investing. "It is particularly interesting to implement this in all asset classes," says Sönke Niefünd, Co-Head Competence Center Sustainability and Head of the Hamburg office of Merck Finck Privatbankiers AG. He explains how this is achieved.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Merck Finck Privatbankiers 417
Jun 08, 2020 How to invest it

The digital gold.

Bitcoin. In view of the monetary dilution of all paper currencies due to the extremely expansive monetary policy, investors are looking for alternative store of value. The first choice is gold - proven for centuries. With Bitcoin, perhaps another alternative is now emerging.
Klaus Meitinger 647
Jun 08, 2020 How to live it

Old masters digital.

Joel Kremer (39), director of the Kremer Collection, brings his parents' Old Masters to life online. In this way, he ensures that no one has to forego enjoyment of art.
Joel Kremer 556
Jun 08, 2020 How to live it

Give up? No way.

Philanthropy. The Belgian nobleman Emmanuel de Merode made the rescue of the famous Virunga National Park, the oldest and most species-rich nature reserve in Africa, his life's work. With the help of international patrons and unperturbed by an assassination attempt, he is implementing his Marshall Plan for East Congo step by step. Rebels, Ebola, greedy oil companies and corrupt politicians cannot stop him.
Dr. Günter Kast 593
Jun 08, 2020 How to live it

The right opening move.

Orientation. After the sale of a company, a new phase of life begins for former company owners. "It is crucial to ask the right questions at the very beginning. Thanks to our interdisciplinary approach, we can make a difference for 'wealthy entrepreneurs'", Christian Rödl, partner and managing partner of Rödl & Partner, points out.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Rödl & Partner GbR 521
Jun 08, 2020 How to live it

The country needs new donors.

Foundations. The foundation landscape is changing rapidly. Whereas philanthropists used to respond regionally and locally and individually to specific emergency situations, more and more philanthropists today think strategically, internationally and collaboratively. And they - like Hans Schöpflin - manage their foundation like a company.
Yvonne Döbler 526
Jun 08, 2020 How to live it

In the face of the pandemic.

From the research workshop. How have successful entrepreneurial families reacted to crisis situations in the past and what makes family businesses resistant to crisis even today? A blueprint from family research.
Professor Dr. Tom A. Rüsen 468
Jun 08, 2020 How to live it

Search for the foundation.

Real estate. Forecasts on the real estate markets vary widely. Is the crash coming? Oder will the boom continue now more than ever? Michael Reiss, managing partner of Sotheby's International Realty in Munich, dares to give an outlook.
Michael Reiss 488
Jun 08, 2020 How to live it

Big jumps.

Equestrian sports. The equestrian gene is in the blood of the Magalow family. Konstantin Magalow's father founded the equestrian farm Ising at the Chiemsee, and Magalow himself made it famous. Daughter Sylvia and her husband Dietmar Gugler are now setting new standards: expanded riding facilities, a first-class training concept and tournaments for leisure riders to top athletes.
Annika Singer 491
Jun 08, 2020 A letter from

Who thinks of the poorest?

A letter from... Sabine Holzknecht. The author of private wealth has been honorary chairwoman of the organization "Help without Frontiers" for four years. She appeals to our solidarity.
Sabine Holzknecht 660
Jun 01, 2020 How to earn it

Big fish – Big business.

Tourism. The Argentinean Fernando de las Carreras, 53, has made his company Nervous Waters one of the best addresses for fly fishermen worldwide. And built an exclusive travel empire around it. One of the reasons why the business is flourishing is because the wives of the anglers also feel at home in the exclusive lodges - and therefore enjoy travelling with them or even fishing themselves.
Dr. Günter Kast 793
Jun 01, 2020 How to invest it

The world after Corona.

Vision. Sometime in 2022, the global economy will have overcome the corona collapse. How will important parameters for investors and asset owners have changed then? Nine questions, the answers to which will determine investment success and asset preservation.
Gerd Hübner, Klaus Meitinger 490
Jun 01, 2020 How to invest it

U(ndecided) States of America.

US elections. Presidential elections will be held in the USA in autumn. Carolin Schulze Palstring, Head of Capital Market Analysis Metzler Private Banking, examines the candidates' election chances as well as possible effects on economic and monetary policy.
Sonderveröffentlichung: B. Metzler seel. Sohn & Co. 439
Apr 03, 2020 Editorials

Insecure times.

Dear readers,at private wealth, it is our goal to present investors and entrepreneurs on our homepage only with information that is highly relevant to this target group.In order to support you in your investment decisions in these turbulent times, we publish, for example, the results of models that you won't find anywhere else.So far this has brought real added value. For example, the capital market seismograph - the results of which we publish regularly - advised a massive reduction in the…
Klaus Meitinger 850
Nov 25, 2019 Editorials

Cargo chic.

Entrepreneurship. The Wong family in Papeete, Tahiti, has developed a very special business model out of necessity. Their Compagnie Polynésienne de Transport Maritime combines passenger and cargo shipping, heading for two unusual destinations in the South Pacific: the remote Marquesas Islands, where painter Paul Gauguin is buried. And the island of Pitcairn, where the mutineers of the "Bounty" once hid and where their descendants still live today.
Dr. Günter Kast 1027
Nov 25, 2019 Editorials

Herculean task.

In the chart above, only CO2 emissions from the fossil fuels coal, oil and gas are listed. If other sources such as cement production or cattle breeding were also taken into account, they would be around ten percent higher. Source: BP Stop climate change. Climate change is a global problem - and can therefore only be solved internationally. Strategies that rely on national solo efforts, on renunciation and bans will not work. What is needed are entrepreneurial initiatives and innovative…
Hanns J. Neubert und Ludger Wess 1055
Nov 25, 2019 How to live it

Hole in one.

Around the world in 26 days by Learjet - playing golf on 15 courses in seven countries on four continents. PGA trainer Ergül Altinova will realise this adventure for 60 golf enthusiasts in November 2020.
Ergül Altinova 671
Nov 25, 2019 Editorials

An intrepid look into the 2020s.

Dear Readers, in a few weeks, the new decade will begin. The last decade has been shaped by the disappearance of interest rates, the outstanding performance of the US equity market and the recognition that the world has a real problem with climate change. This is the starting point for strategic thinking on the 2020s. Thinking ahead, global warming will remain the greatest socio-political challenge. We see a halfway realistic hope in the "self-defeating prophecy". If the lung doctor says to the…
Klaus Meitinger 1133
Nov 25, 2019 Opinionleader

Inside USA.

The strategist Markus Kaim sits in Washington, the control center of power. From there he analysed the current US policy, transatlantic relations and the upcoming election campaign for the Lerbach Round.
Markus Kaim 931
Nov 25, 2019 How to earn it

"My world is orange."

Family business. The first generation founds the company. The second one makes it big. And the third? "My task is to strengthen our position as the world market leader in an increasingly complex world and to ensure that Stihl remains a true family business at the same time," explains Nikolas Stihl. How the chairman of the advisory board as chief strategist sets the course for this.
Sabine Holzknecht 1118
Nov 25, 2019 How to earn it

Tomorrow's snow.

Innovation. Jens Reindl develops textile sliding mats in his Mr. Snow GmbH, which make it possible to practice skiing without snow and also in summer. In times of climate change, the future could belong to the business model from Chemnitz.
Dr. Günter Kast 931
Nov 25, 2019 How to invest it

The Lerbach Round. The wisdom of the many.

Panel of experts. The Lerbach Round Table celebrates its tenth anniversary. Since 2009, bankers, asset managers and family officers have met once a year to provide wealthy investors with inspiration and orientation. This year, they are not only scrutinizing the economy and capital markets. 36 proven investment experts answer the most important questions on the investment year 2020 and discuss the most exciting investment ideas and, in five workshops, also the most interesting investment…
Yvonne Döbler, Gerd Hübner, Klaus Meitinger 784
Nov 25, 2019 How to invest it

The future in the depot.

Markets. Countries with strong growth and major challenges are attracting investor interest. The Lerbach Round sees investment opportunities both in emerging markets and in the so-called frontier markets. Your favourite: Asien.
Yvonne Döbler, Gerd Hübner, Klaus Meitinger 612
Nov 25, 2019 How to invest it

Techceleration.

Disruption. The speed of innovation in the economy and society is increasing dramatically. The Lerbach Round Table analyses the technology boom and shows how investors can benefit from it.
Yvonne Döbler, Gerd Hübner, Klaus Meitinger 795
Nov 25, 2019 How to invest it

Investment for Future.

Sustainable investments. Those who integrate aspects of sustainability into their investment processes will not only generate more returns in the future. It also helps to change the economy and society in a positive way. Because capital can move a lot.
Investment for Future. 574
Nov 25, 2019 How to invest it

Hunt for returns.

Interest investments. In view of negative yields on German government bonds, investors will have to realign their portfolios. But can there even be a substitute for safe and liquid government bonds? And - where do investors still find reasonable returns?
Yvonne Döbler, Gerd Hübner, Klaus Meitinger 621
Nov 25, 2019 How to invest it

Security for TINA.

Stock strategy. Equities are indispensable in portfolio allocation today - There Is No Alternative (TINA). However, not everyone can live with the higher volatility of the asset class. The Lerbacher Runde explains how investors can effectively reduce fluctuations.
Yvonne Döbler, Gerd Hübner, Klaus Meitinger 747
Nov 25, 2019 How to invest it

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Asset class Real estate. Wealthy investors and family offices are continuously expanding the proportion of real estate in their portfolios. Thomas Wiegelmann, Managing Director at Schroder Real Estate, and Morten Bennedsen, Professor of Family Business at INSEAD University, explain why an investment in real estate is attractive and how it is intelligently implemented.
Schroder Real Estate 619
Nov 25, 2019 How to invest it

Little pearls, big ones.

Small caps. Shares in smaller companies often receive little attention from the analysts of large financial institutions. As a result, there are always particularly interesting opportunities to discover in this segment. "But a truly successful, long-term small-cap strategy requires a global and active approach and a lot of know-how," Scott Woods and Neil Robson of Columbia Threadneedle are convinced.
Columbia Threadneedle 614
Nov 25, 2019 How to invest it

Of chaff and wheat.

Stock market strategy. The expansive stance of the central banks supports the stock markets. Doch not all areas will benefit. Carolin Schulze Palstring, Head of Capital Market Analysis at Metzler Private Banking, examines the various investment segments.
Metzler seel. Sohn & Co. 736
Nov 25, 2019 How to invest it

The best of both worlds.

Strategy. The asset manager Eyb & Wallwitz has been performing above average for institutional clients for 15 years. "Now we want to make our quality and successful asset management strategies easily accessible to even more investors," explains Eduardo Mollo Cunha, partner at Eyb & Wallwitz. His answer to the Fintech revolution is Eyb & Wallwitz digital.
Eyb & Wallwitz 530
Nov 25, 2019 How to invest it

Martin mobilizes.

Social entrepreneur. Economic development in Africa needs a new mobility concept. The entrepreneur Martin Šoltés and his colleagues have therefore developed a special electric vehicle. To improve the lives of many Africans, he seeks impact investors.
Miriam Zerbel 610
Nov 25, 2019 How to invest it

When the opportunity knocks.

Private equity and infrastructure. "We actually specialise in secondary market funds in the private equity sector," explains Florian Dillinger, Matador Partners Group AG. But when a special opportunity presents itself, he invests in infrastructure. This combination of both asset classes has a special charm for the investment company Matador.
Matador Partners Group AG 577
Nov 25, 2019 How to invest it

Investment with family connection.

Selection. In a current study, the Center for Entrepreneurial and Financial Studies (CEFS) of the Technical University of Munich, on behalf of the Stiftung Familienunternehmen, investigated whether the shares of family-run companies are the better investment. The results are making investors sit up and take notice.
Gerd Hübner 505
Nov 25, 2019 How to invest it

Double success.

Microfinance. Microcredits give people in poorer countries the chance to build something up to secure their livelihood in the long term. "At the same time, microfinance offers investors ongoing interest income and a positive diversification effect at portfolio level," says Daniel Kerbach, CIO of Merck Finck Privatbankiers. This makes this asset class attractive in two respects.
Merck Finck Privatbankiers 491
Nov 25, 2019 How to invest it

Asia, the power house.

Private equity in Asia. In the 21st century, Asia will dominate the world. In no other region do investors find such a combination of size and growth. Private equity is the key to unlocking this potential.
Schroders Deutschland 528
Nov 25, 2019 How to live it

Everything in view.

Digital wealth reporting. Getting an informative, structured overview of your total assets online at any time is the key to successful asset management. Alexander Etterer, Partner and responsible for the Wealth, Reporting & Controlling division of the auditing firm Rödl & Partner, explains how wealthy families intelligently implement and use this.
Rödl & Partner GbR 685
Nov 25, 2019 How to live it

"Network and trust."

Real estate. If an auction house operates real estate agencies, there is probably a very special idea behind it. Michael Reiss is managing partner of Sotheby's International Realty in Munich. He describes his vision and current real estate trends.
Michael Reiss 650
Nov 25, 2019 How to live it

So it stays in the family.

From the research workshop. Entrepreneurial families are as unique as any private small family - but they have one very specific goal in common: to keep the company successful in the family for future generations. To achieve this, different types of families must find answers to different questions.
Dr. Ann Sophie Löhde Prof. Dr. Tom-Arne Rüsen, Wittener Institut für Familien­unter­nehmen 818
Nov 25, 2019 How to live it

With hot-water bottle and WLAN.

Journey. Eduard Rauchdobler from Linz and Enrique Umbert from Lima wanted to make the trek to the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu more comfortable. Today her project "Mountain Lodges of Peru" is flourishing. And the two entrepreneurs are thinking about multiplying their concept in many other places of tourist interest.
Dr. Günter Kast 818
Nov 25, 2019 A letter from

LaGarde, guardian of money?

A letter from ... Carsten Mumm. The chief economist of the bank Donner & Reuschel thinks about the monetary policy of the next decade.
Carsten Mumm 843
May 25, 2019 How to live it

The bee family.

Pleasure. In the 1970s, Walter Lang decided to become self-sufficient. He soon became one of the pioneers of the organic movement in Germany. What about today? Today, Walter Lang GmbH is the market leader among Europe's organic honey importers. "I'm stuck with honey," laughs Karin Lang, a trained food technician. "And not just there," she adds with a smile. The 50-year-old company and family spokeswoman is married to Gerrit, the son of the founder of Walter Lang GmbH. Together with him and his…
Antje Annika Singer 1101
May 25, 2019 How to invest it

Hot phase.

Future investments. The unavoidable damage caused by climate change and the massive changes in the transition to a low-carbon world will significantly alter investment performance both in the short and long term. Investoren should act now.
Klaus Meitinger 665
May 25, 2019 How to live it

A changing world.

The private-wealth forum. On 25 January 75 geladene met guests from completely Germany in the hotel La mansion in star mountain 13 experts, in order to discuss over current topics approximately around employers and investment. Ein Day full of inspiration and orientation. "Our entire commitment has always been based on the network idea", explains publisher Moritz Eckes, "it was only logical to create a forum where entrepreneurs and asset owners can intensively exchange ideas with proven…
Klaus Meitinger 862
May 25, 2019 Editorials

Now it's all about the whole thing.

Friday after Friday, pupils and students from all over the world, inspired by the Swede Greta Thunberg, will take to the streets to fight for a future in which global warming will be limited to two degrees, better still to 1.5 degrees. Unlike many "political professionals", the young generation has understood exactly what needs to be done. It is about drastically less consumption and a fair global burden sharing. Above all, we must ensure that 98 percent of fossil fuel reserves remain in the…
Klaus Meitinger 958
May 25, 2019 Opinionleader

New digital world.

"The digital transformation is changing the economy and society more drastically than ever before," says Manfred Broy, founding president of the Zentrum Digitalisierung Bayern: "Small and medium-sized businesses must react quickly. The dramatic effects of the digital transformation can easily be seen in the list of the ten most valuable listed companies in the world. Seven of them are creatures of new technologies, six of them were not even listed there ten years ago. This gives an impression…
Manfred Broy 852
May 25, 2019 How to earn it

Concentrated energy.

Future technology. Sven Bauer, CEO and founder of the BMZ Group, has turned the company from Karlstein am Main in Lower Franconia into a global player in the energy storage sector. Now he wants to set up his own battery cell production in Germany in order to become independent of Asian suppliers. The problem of climate change will only be tackled if we stop using fossil fuels for the foreseeable future - no oil, no gas, no coal," says Sven Bauer. Then he corrects himself. To speak of a…
Dr. Günter Kast 1022
May 25, 2019 How to earn it

Extreme conditions.

Hidden champion. When you dive, you need air - clean and safe. The compressor manufacturer Bauer from Munich is regarded as the market leader and industry ace. A third generation woman guides him through an increasingly hostile environment.
Cornelia Knust 1138
May 25, 2019 How to earn it

Technology transfer.

Innovation. When it comes to high-tech textiles, most people think of intelligent clothing with woven-in sensors or batteries. Technical textiles are in the process of revolutionizing a wide variety of industries. They open up completely new market opportunities for entrepreneurs.
Dr. Ludger Weß 930
May 25, 2019 How to earn it

Against the main stream.

Entrepreneurship. Everything is different with Ulrich Kubak. And again and again. The majority shareholder of Klassik Radio AG from Augsburg broke all rules and turned a loss-making niche station into a European market leader. Portrait of a free thinker, creative doer - and a company with plenty of potential.
Yvonne Döbler 805
May 25, 2019 How to earn it

It works.

Sustainable growth. A manufacturer of fresh natural cosmetics and dietary supplements from the Austrian province is conquering the bathrooms and kitchens of Europe. Ulla Wannenmacher and Andreas Wilfinger have fulfilled their dream of independence with Ringana - now their company is on a steep expansion path.
Yvonne Döbler 1101
May 25, 2019 How to invest it

I don't see unicorn mania.

"The evaluation of the technology Unicorns Uber, Lyft, Airbnb and Pinterest reflects their gigantic growth potential," says Bernd Schrüfer of the Family Office Lucatis. Investors should be there.
Bernd Schrüfer 732
May 25, 2019 How to invest it

Unicorns have fable ratings.

"There is a lot of hope in the Tech-Unicorns' courses", Hendrik Leber of Acatis analyses. However, hope is usually a bad advisor when it comes to investing. Investors should therefore keep their hands off it.
Hendrik Leber 685
May 25, 2019 How to invest it

Godot's not coming.

Stock market strategy. The dynamism of the global economy has slowed noticeably. Drohen will there be a slump in company profits and share prices in the future? Carolin Schulze Palstring, Head of Capital Market Analysis Metzler Private Banking, explores the situation.
Sonderveröffentlichung: B. Metzler seel. Sohn & Co. 756
May 25, 2019 How to invest it

True sustainability.

Strategy. The United Nations' sustainability goals are to be implemented by 2030. "For companies that do not support these goals, this means significant financial and reputational risks," explains David Hawa of Robeco. He and his colleagues have therefore developed a model with which investors can determine whether a company is conforming to these goals.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Robeco Deutschland 757
May 25, 2019 How to invest it

Time and spirit.

Art. The first Virtual Reality Museum was founded in 2016 by the Paris-based collector couple Sylvain and Dominique Levy. It manages one of the most forward-looking private collections of contemporary Chinese art in France, revolutionizing the history of the reception of art. Its history reflects the great adventure of the Levy family.
Dr. Annette Doms 750
May 25, 2019 How to invest it

What we really need.

Infrastructure. Those looking for stable and high-yield investments have long been able to find interesting investment opportunities in the infrastructure sector. "We are now setting up a strategy that differs significantly from traditional funds in that it focuses on the mid-market segment and has an endless term," says Heiko Schupp, Columbia Threadneedle. "This offers a chance for higher profitability."
Sonderveröffentlichung: Columbia Threadneedle 637
May 25, 2019 How to invest it

Welcome to paradise.

Modern Monetary Theory. If the state wanted to spend more to stabilize the economy, it could simply print money - at least that is the "modern" monetary theory. Is a world without a recession really conceivable? What investors should consider.
Klaus Meitinger 807
May 25, 2019 How to invest it

Waking up Sleeping Beauty.

Real estate. From old to new. In times of scarce land, the revitalisation and rededication of non-essential existing buildings on the company premises can be an interesting, fascinating and lucrative idea. Dr. Klaus Trescher, Kriton Immobilien, explains what entrepreneurs and investors should look out for.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Kriton Immobilien GmbH 609
May 25, 2019 How to live it

On a discovery tour.

Thilo Natke is captain of the new expedition ship Hanseatic nature. For 29 years he has been sailing the seas between the Arctic and Antarctica, to the Amazon and the South Seas. Why this way of travelling fascinates him so much.
Thilo Natke 665
May 25, 2019 How to live it

Where the future stands on the c(l)ippe.

Philanthropy. Zita Cobb, who has made a fortune in the glass fiber industry, wants to save her home Fogo Island in the Canadian province of Newfoundland from bleeding and give her an economic perspective with an extraordinary, non-profit hotel and a foundation. She is convinced: "Our success can be imitated by other dependent communities."
Dr. Günter Kast 707
May 25, 2019 How to live it

The end of privacy.

Technology. Video camera systems and search engines monitor us almost completely. At the same time, digital helpers improve our health and make life easier. Is the end of privacy a reasonable or too high price to pay for technical progress?
Sonderveröffentlichung: Merck Finck Privatbankiers 721
May 25, 2019 How to live it

Infinite energy.

Technology. Nuclear fusion could be the way to solve all mankind's energy problems in an environmentally and climate-friendly way for all time. Scientists and engineers have been researching the technology for well over 70 years. Recently they have made enormous progress.
Hanns-J. Neubert 777
May 25, 2019 How to live it

Establishing and maintaining the family network.

From the research workshop. Entrepreneurial families with more than 50 members are not just families or business-related organisations. They are also a special form of social networks - and thus a case for FON theory.
Prof. Dr. Heiko Kleve 644
May 25, 2019 How to live it

Perfect hosts.

Hotel business. Owner-managed family hotels often have problems becoming internationally known. Susanne Gräfin von Moltke and Klaus-Dieter von Moltke use the membership in the hotel association Relais & Châteaux for this.
Mariella Bauer 766
May 25, 2019 How to live it

Completely detached.

Travel. More and more entrepreneurs enjoy the feeling of freedom and independence in a tailor-made motorhome. Beim Trendthema Land-Yachting are the imagination (almost) no limits set.
Miriam Zerbel 699
May 23, 2019 A letter from

Well meant is not well done.

A letter from ... Hans-Werner Sinn. The emeritus president of the Munich ifo Institute questions climate policy and the overestimated role of electric cars in achieving climate goals. From an engineering point of view, the turn to the electric car can now be welcomed - it is elegant, robust, has a strong sprint, drives quietly and does not require a complicated gearbox. But: Es cannot be moved without CO2 emissions, as the European legislator claims, if it includes the CO2 emissions of these…
Hans-Werner Sinn 836
May 23, 2019 How to live it

Looking back: A lot has happened...

In the review section, private wealth highlights what has become of the entrepreneurs and investment ideas presented in previous issues. In the current issue, the editorial staff reports on the extraordinary successes of the Internet start-up Westwing and the medical technology company Curetis. The editors also take a second look at the hedge funds of the British Sushil Wadhwani and the American Michael Tiedemann.
Klaus Meitinger 556
Dec 11, 2018 A letter from

Billionaires move the world forward.

A letter from ... Caroline Kuhnert is responsible for high net worth individuals at UBS. Sie explains why wealth can have a positive effect far beyond the economy. We've just published our fifth Billionaires Report. Our aim is to contribute to a better understanding of this exclusive group of people. How has their wealth changed? Aber above all: What is the influence of the high-net-worth individuals on our society? And are there regional differences?
Caroline Kuhnert 866
Dec 11, 2018 How to live it

Our little farm.

Plant-it-yourself. The start-up BerlinGreen wants to make the simple cultivation of salads and herbs at home or in the office easy. It thus brings the worldwide trend of urban gardening to Germany. "To fulfill the dream of a house with a garden even in the vicinity of a city is hardly realistic in our generation," says Filip Wawrzyniak, founder of the BerlinGreen start-up, soberly. "The longing to cultivate food himself is, however, still present. That's why we bring the garden into the…
Antje Annika Singer 1319
Dec 11, 2018 How to live it

The digitized entrepreneur family.

From the research workshop. Why does digitization become a success story for one family business? Und with the other one she only makes frightening slow progress? The key is in the family. Den Owners, their digital knowledge and skills and especially their inner attitude are of central importance with regard to questions of digital transformation. Tradition, it is said so beautifully, is not the worship of ashes, but the transmission of fire. If tradition and digitalization are to come together…
Prof. Dr. Tom A. Rüsen, Dr. Anne Katarina Heider 667
Dec 11, 2018 How to live it

Be brave.

Civil courage. The activist Jody Williams succeeded, which the United Nations was unable to do, in persuading the international community to renounce landmines. For this she received the Nobel Peace Prize almost 20 years ago. She's been touring the world ever since, shaking people up. Because what she can do, others can do. "Hi, I'm Jody!" The American has a firm handshake. It goes from chair to chair, from row to row. Greet each individual in the auditorium, listener by listener. "Hi, I'm…
Sabine Holzknecht 702
Dec 11, 2018 How to live it

A new anchor for families.

Entrepreneur families. After the sale of the family business, sooner or later the question of meaning arises: Wer are we now? Was do we want to be a family in the future? And how can we maintain cohesion? Ein Family Office specialized in Family Equity can provide the answers. "Family Equity is the glue that holds everything together" (partner of a family that runs its Single Family Office (SFO) schon for six generations). "When we launched the most comprehensive single family office survey in…
Klaus Meitinger 817
Dec 11, 2018 How to live it

Time for museums.

Exhibition. The watch industry has always proudly presented its products in its own museums. Recently, a few spectacular new collections have been added to the collection to provide special insights. They are not only worth a trip for watch aficionados.
Jan Lehmhaus 626
Dec 11, 2018 How to live it

What do you mean, forever?

Foundation management. Foundations are established on a permanent basis. Trotzdem they often invest as if they only had a short investment horizon. Und therefore have problems in the low-interest phase. Ralf Schwind, Executive Board member of the Merck Finck Foundation, advocates a new way of thinking.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Merck Finck Privatbankiers 906
Dec 11, 2018 How to live it

White gold.

Adventure. Through the heliski pioneer Leo Steiner, the former gold digger settlement Atlin in the far north of British Columbia became a place of longing for powder snow enthusiasts. But after his son had an accident in a crevasse in 2011, the helicopter remained on the ground. The Swiss André Gutenberg recently revived the legend of Atlin. His heliski area is a very special one: more rustic, wild, lonely and weird than that of the "usual Suspects" in the south of the province.
Dr. Günter Kast 973
Dec 11, 2018 How to live it

Spiritual entertainment.

To produce a high-percentage digestive yourself is the wonderful conclusion of an evening among friends. Sommelier Andreas hot, owner of the Genuss-Akademie.tirol in Vils, inspires for a special hobby.
Andreas Heiß 688
Dec 11, 2018 How to invest it

Second hand, first class.

Secondary private equity. Because private equity funds have been generating double-digit returns for years, this asset class is finding more and more friends among wealthy investors. But there is still room for improvement. "Used fund shares - Secondary Private Equity - are just as yield-strong and avoid substantial disadvantages of the PE funds , make Florian Dillinger, Matador partner Group AG, clear.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Matador Partners Group AG 673
Dec 11, 2018 How to invest it

The dead live longer.

Investment strategy. The stock market is an indicator of the value of an economy. If this is halved within a year, something serious must have happened. For the third time since the year 2000, Argentina is on the verge of bankruptcy. This was followed twice by a brilliant upswing with price gains for investors of between 300 and 600 percent. Can what worked twice work a third time?
Gerd Hübner 827
Dec 11, 2018 How to invest it

Truffle hunter.

Real estate. Prices on the real estate market have been rising massively for the past five years. As a result, yields - so-called cap rates - have fallen in many areas to levels that hardly cover financing and maintenance costs. Is it worth thinking about real estate investments at all now? Klaus Trescher, Kriton Immobilien, says: "Yes - but you have to find the rare occasions."
Sonderveröffentlichung: Kriton Immobilien GmbH 820
Dec 11, 2018 How to invest it

Stop! Stop!

Medical technology. What would it be like if there were a way to stop disease processes directly in the individual cells and thus possibly end the suffering? The researchers of the newly founded company Soluventis Nanotherapeutics from Bochum have an idea.
Dr. Ludger Weß 856
Dec 11, 2018 How to invest it

Smart City - smart system.

Urbanization. More and more people are moving to the cities. In order for these to remain worth living, extensive investments are necessary. "This will benefit those companies that offer solutions," explains Ivo Weinöhrl, fund manager at Pictet Bank.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Pictet & Cie (Europe) S.A. 788
Dec 11, 2018 How to invest it

Beautiful new financial world.

FinTech. Many industries have already been turned upside down by digitisation. Patrick Lemmens and Jeroen van Oerle are convinced that it is now the turn of the financial industry to Robeco. They identify winners and losers.
Sonderveröffentlichung: Robeco Deutschland 795
Dec 11, 2018 How to live it

The Megatrend Megatrends.

Investment strategy. Megatrends are fascinating as an investment idea because the respective story sounds so convincing. In order for this to actually become a successful investment, however, a number of rules must be observed.
Sonia Marin 713
Dec 11, 2018 How to live it

Share bull market: Is the extension coming into effect?

Stock trend. The current stock market boom has lasted almost ten years. Over the past five decades, there have been few bull markets with even better performance. Are the recent price declines signaling the beginning of the end of the stock market upswing? Timo Schwietering, capital market strategist in Private Banking at Bankhaus Metzler, has good reasons not to announce a turnaround yet.
Sonderveröffentlichung: B.Metzler seel. Sohn & Co 602
Dec 11, 2018 How to invest it

Let's have a look.

Panel of experts. The uncertainty on the capital markets is greater than ever before. Investors urgently need orientation. The Lerbach round gives answers to the ten most important questions zum Jahreswechsel - from stock allocation to customs disputes.
Klaus Meitinger 836
Dec 11, 2018 How to invest it

Who comes too early, ...

Emerging market equities were among the losers in 2018, and according to Paul Greer, Fidelity, they will continue to struggle in the coming months at mit Gegenwind . Investors should keep their powder dry.
Paul Greer 631
Dec 11, 2018 How to invest it

If not now, when?

Emerging market equities are now very attractive after the sometimes sharp price declines, says Michael Keppler of Keppler Asset Management Inc. New York. Now is a good time to invest.
Silke Lauenstein 661
Dec 11, 2018 How to earn it

New start in Brazil.

Network. "The hope of a neo-liberal renewal of the Brazilian economy is linked to the new President Jair Bolsonaro," says Christian Hirmer, President of LIDE Germany: "The challenges are great and the implementation of the necessary reforms will be decisive for the country's future. The big question now is: Kann Bolsonaro also supply?"
Sonderveröffentlichung: LIDE Deutschland GmbH 1067

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