The Bulletin with UBS


Delivering insights into the people, places and products shaping the financial week ahead. Hear from the finest minds and freshest thinkers as they take you beyond the numbers and the hype to get to the heart of the day’s big issues.

  • 15 minutes 39 seconds
    UBS Global Wealth Report 2024

    The UBS Global Wealth Report has been at the forefront of insights into household wealth for 15 years and has become a key reference point for all those interested in trends shaping wealth across the world. Featuring analysis from UBS Global Wealth Management chief economist Paul Donovan and Economist Samuel Adams.

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    14 July 2024, 11:00 pm
  • 27 minutes 23 seconds
    The UBS Annual Reserve Management Seminar

    This is the 30th edition of the UBS Reserve Management Seminar, one of the most authoritative depictions of official reserve-management activities available. This iteration includes the views of some 40 central banks, covering geopolitics, currencies, asset allocation and, this year, reform of financial infrastructure. With Massimiliano Castelli and Philipp Salman from the global sovereign-markets team in UBS. 

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    7 July 2024, 11:00 pm
  • 17 minutes 20 seconds
    Can AI improve lives around the world?

    Like other game-changing technologies before it, artificial intelligence is expected to unleash new wealth creation, resource reallocation and societal change. But the precise forms that this will take – and at what speed – is difficult to predict. Richard Mylles, the author of a new UBS Sustainability and Impact Institute report on the theme, joins us to explain how AI’s consequences for human capital can be optimised, focusing on education, productivity and health.

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    30 June 2024, 11:00 pm
  • 25 minutes 20 seconds
    UK general election preview

    The UK goes to the polls on 4 July for a hotly anticipated general election. With manifestos being published and the usual media circus in full flow, we take a look at some of the key economic questions that are dominating the agenda ahead of the decisive day at the ballot boxes. With Anna Titareva, Jason Napier and Zachary Gauge of UBS.

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    23 June 2024, 11:00 pm
  • 18 minutes 43 seconds
    Transitioning agrifood from sustainability liability to asset

    Today’s agrifood industry produces enough calories to feed the global population but it creates negative externalities across the climate, nature and health sectors. Global sustainability goals have changed what crops the agrifood industry grows and how. Such dynamics leave the sector structurally unprepared to deliver on these goals. However, deploying mature, high-impact investable solutions in the short term that strengthen innovation could be a boon to the industry. The UBS Sustainability and Impact Institute report analyses promising solutions and outlines the role of capital markets and investors in facilitating their development and deployment. We discuss this with William Nicolle, ESG analyst in the UBS Sustainability and Impact Institute.

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    16 June 2024, 11:00 pm
  • 18 minutes 3 seconds
    Art Basel Special

    The director of Art Basel in Basel, Maike Cruse, joins us to reveal how the fair is celebrating 30 years of collaboration with global lead partner UBS. Together they commissioned artist Petrit Halilaj who has created a special installation for the façade of the former Hotel Merian. Plus: UBS Group CMO John McDonald explains why the bank’s partnership with Art Basel continues to make an impact after 30 years.

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    9 June 2024, 11:00 pm
  • 26 minutes 52 seconds
    Highlights from the UBS Asian Investment Conference 2024

    This special edition recorded at the UBS Asian Investment Conference in Hong Kong features a selection of fascinating conversations and insights we recorded at our Monocle pop-up studio at the Four Seasons. Featuring Professor Paul Romer, Naomi Schiff, Vivian Siu, Dr Jordan Nguyen, Dr Amy Kruse, Martin Yule and Richard Schellbach.

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    2 June 2024, 11:00 pm
  • 13 minutes 5 seconds
    UBS Global Family Office Report 2024

    The 2024 edition of the annual GFO report was compiled entirely in-house for the fifth year and provides the world’s largest and most comprehensive study of single family offices. UBS surveyed 320 clients globally in the first quarter and the online survey methodology was distributed to over 30 markets worldwide. So what did UBS discover this year? Here to tell us is Maximilian Kunkel, chief investment officer for global family and institutional wealth at UBS Global Wealth Management.

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    26 May 2024, 11:02 pm
  • 18 minutes 8 seconds
    Invest in renewable infrastructure

    Renewables account for the majority of energy capacity additions globally, and governments worldwide have recently committed to triple renewables by 2030. Our UBS panellists explain how private infrastructure offers an attractive opportunity for investment as an effective portfolio diversifier and a stable source of income and returns. With Antonia Sariyska and Antoinette Zuidweg.

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    19 May 2024, 11:00 pm
  • 15 minutes
    Living well till 100

    Cutting-edge medical technology, advances in AI and a sharper focus on healthier living mean that reaching the age of 100 could one day be the norm. But can our financial health survive just as long? UBS CIO equity strategist Wen Ching joins the show from Singapore to explain how smart portfolio planning can ensure that investors can live well for longer.

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    12 May 2024, 11:00 pm
  • 17 minutes 34 seconds
    ElectionWatch 2024: Implications of the US election for Europe

    The latest instalment in our ElectionWatch series, based on reports published by the CIO of UBS Global Wealth Management. The reports look ahead to November’s potentially seismic general election in the US and consider its impact across sectors, themes and geographies. In today’s edition, Dean Turner and Thomas Wacker consider the implications of this election for Europe. As the vote draws nearer, there are potentially two key issues coming to the fore for European investors, businesses and politicians alike: trade and defence.

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    5 May 2024, 11:00 pm
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