This workshop is part of a cycle organized by Unicaja Banco in different cities across the country, with sessions organized in Valladolid and León too.
The organization of these meetings is part of Unicaja Banco’s interest to put at the disposal of its clients services and tools to facilitate their activity and to talk about investment opportunities.
Unicaja Banco has organized in Salamanca a Workshop on Private Banking to analyze those factors which can have an effect on the savings and investments of families and businesses, and the best strategies to face them. This workshop is part of a cycle organized by Unicaja Banco in different cities across the country, with sessions scheduled in León and Valladolid too.
The organization of these meetings is part of Unicaja Banco’s interest to put at the disposal of its individual and business clients the services and tools to facilitate their activity, to offer direct financial advice and to talk about investment opportunities.
In Salamanca, this Private Banking workshop has been hosted at the Hotel Alameda Palace Ana and has been attended by Pedro Martos, Unicorp Patrimonio’s Commercial Manager; by Miguel Ángel Paz, Investment Manager at Unicorp Patrimonio; and by Alberto de la Calle, Unicaja Banco’s Regional Manager in Salamanca. The audience comprised 50 clients, including business owners and individual investors.
Under the title Investing together under uncertainty, the economic and political situation at an international level during 2018 has been analyzed from the point of view of investors. This year has witnessed an increase in the volatility of financial markets and fear of the adverse effects of the commercial war between the United States and China, as well as a rise of populism, the rise in interest rates by central banks and a new increase in the spread of peripheral countries.
In this context, Miguel Ángel Paz has presented the keys to questions such as: Is volatility here to stay? Are the recent corrections an opportunity? The best strategies for medium and long-term savings and investments have also been analyzed.