UBS Global Wealth Management
Tom Camber, Executive Director, UBS Global Wealth Management
Tom is a Client Advisor within UBS Private Wealth Management Team having joined in 2007. Tom heads up our Entrepreneur Group working with entrepreneurs and their families with a focus on both UK Resident Domicile and UK Resident Non-Domicile. Prior to UBS Tom qualified as a solicitor at Eversheds LLP in London.
Tom is a member Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment, holds a BA (Hons) in Politics from the University of Sussex, an MSc in Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics and an LLP/PgDL from BPP Law School.
A YEAR OF RENEWAL:
In a “Year of Renewal” we will see a world that is steadily returning to normal, despite continued uncertainty, while also rapidly accelerating into a trans- formed future.
If investing in 2020 was about going resilient, large, and American, we think 2021 will be about going cyclical, small, and global as the sectors and markets most heavily affected by lockdowns start to revive.
At the same time, as the economy accelerates into the future, investors with an eye on the long term will need to add exposure to the disruptors making our world more digital and sustainable, most notably in greentech, fintech, and healthtech, and among the beneficiaries of 5G rollouts.
We hope that this Year Ahead 2021 provides greater perspective on
the investment implications of our fast-changing world. We look forward to working together to help shape your portfolio for the future.
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