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Is a securities-based line of credit right for you?

If you have liquidity needs, securities-based lending allows you to hold on to your investments and their growth potential by borrowing against their value instead of selling them.

Thematic investing: Electric and autonomous vehicle technology

A strong policy push from the world’s major economies toward greater adoption of electric vehicles, alongside technology and performance improvements, may trigger the biggest transportation shakeup in over a century.

Thematic investing: Cybersecurity investment opportunities

A growing digital economy has led to a boom in cybercrime. The need for improved cybersecurity technology and services to combat these threats represents an opportunity for investors.

Understanding reinsurance and its use in your portfolio

Investors seeking non-traditional investments for their asset mix should consider reinsurance, an income-generating investment that offers a way to diversify a portfolio more broadly.

Passion investing: Returns and risks

Collecting art, wine or cars doesn’t have to be just a hobby. With a smart strategy in place, passion investments could also bring profit.

Art and taxes: Tips for investing in art

Art is a common collectible for individuals and families with significant wealth. But collecting art can provide more than just aesthetic enjoyment. It can also offer potential return on investment and tax benefits.

What is an investment policy statement, and why should you have one?

An investment policy statement (IPS) is a critical part of your wealth management relationship, laying out goals and establishing roles and responsibilities.

What is values-based investing – and how can it fit into your philanthropic plan?

What is values-based investing – and how can it fit into your philanthropic plan?

Families and individuals with significant wealth are increasingly choosing to align their investment strategies with their personal values and beliefs.

Investing in private markets

Private market investing could offer benefits to savvy and risk-aware accredited investors. Here’s an overview of how to invest in private equity for diversification.

Exchange funds: Benefits and risks for diversifying concentrated stock positions

For qualifying investors with concentrated stock positions, exchange funds may provide the right combination of diversification, long-term returns and tax benefits.

Thematic investing: One eye on the future

For patient, long-term investors, thematic investing can be a way to benefit from the megatrends that are shaping the global economy of the future.

Thematic investing: Exploring the genomics market

Medical developments resulting from advances in genomics could open doors for investors.

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