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When working from home becomes the new normal
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When working from home becomes the new normal

As working from home becomes a normality for many, which companies offer innovative digital solutions to learn and interact online? What can we expect for the future of work? Governments and investors are keeping a close eye on this growing trend.

“Technology offers a clear competitive advantage”- Interview with Alexandre Zeller in Sphere magazine

“Alexandre Zeller, Managing Partner and Head of Technology & Operations at Lombard Odier, discusses Lombard Odier’s latest technologies, innovations and digitalisation projects. Read more here.

Dollar correction has not yet run its course
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Dollar correction has not yet run its course

The US dollar’s overvaluation and current macroeconomic and political developments suggest further losses in the months ahead. At the same time, sterling’s trajectory remains subject to UK-EU trade deal talks. 

The UK’s twin challenges of Brexit and Covid
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The UK’s twin challenges of Brexit and Covid

A basic UK/EU trade agreement is likely this year. While it would avoid the worst effects of a no-deal Brexit, it would also leave many challenges for the British economy.

The self-employed and SME owners: asset protection and tax-efficient investment during the coronavirus crisis

Pension planning, especially during the current pandemic, is a key issue for entrepreneurs and those who are self-employed. Find out more from our expert on how they can protect their assets and benefit from tax-efficient solutions. 

Four scenarios for the US election through volatility and recovery

The US is facing its the deepest recession in history. And for whoever wins the presidential election there is limited scope for economic surprises. The risk for investors is market volatility in the weeks following any legal challenges to the vote.

University of Oxford and Lombard Odier launch strategic partnership on Sustainable Investment

We are proud to announce our sustainable investing partnership with the University of Oxford. Our five-year partnership will create an academic post in sustainable finance, the university will establish a training programme for investment professionals and, together, we shall host a joint annual conference. This collaboration aims to create a unique platform to support sustainable finance in becoming a major field of academic research and drive environmental, social and economic transformation.

Abenomics After Abe
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Abenomics After Abe

Japan is attracting unusual attention from investors. We expect Abenomics to survive a change of prime minister and expect a slow global recovery to favour US and Chinese growth stocks. 

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