Unicaja Banco, through its Private Banking, Unicorp Patrimonio SV, has organized in Leon a workshop to analyze the best saving and investment strategies. This workshop is part of a cycle organized by Unicaja Banco in different cities across the country, with sessions scheduled in Valladolid and Salamanca.
The workshop has been given by the Investment Manager of Unicorp Patrimonio, Miguel Ángel Paz. Under the title Making investment decisions in a more and more Japanized Europe, the lecturer has analyzed with the attendants the best strategies for short and long-term saving and investment. He has also talked about the future of the economy and markets and the potential risks and opportunities. The event, attended by some 50 customers, has also had the presence of Unicaja Banco Regional Manager in Leon, Marga Serna.
In particular, the lecturer has analyzed saving and investment strategies in the current economic environment, which happens to be the longest expansionary cycle in the history of the United States. ‘A lengthy cycle’, remarked the Investment Manager of Unicorp Patrimonio, who forecasts that the growth of the global economy will continue to be positive, thanks to the boost of emerging countries.
According to Miguel Ángel Paz, ‘we cannot talk about developed and developing countries; Western and emerging; or just rich and poor countries. Most of the world population lives in countries with average income, where the middle class has increased exponentially’. In his opinion, despite poverty, inequalities, conflicts and natural disasters, ‘today the world is better than 20 years ago, the emerging countries have already emerged, and their GDP represents 40% of the world GDP’.
The lecture has focused on the need to better understand the world around us to face investments from a more global and optimistic point of view.
The organization of this event in Leon 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 discuss investment opportunities.