An Alternative Mindset

An Alternative Mindset

ABOUT US

AOP Capital, private wealth division, provides discretionary account management, asset protection, and other family office services to a select group of high net worth individuals, family offices, and trusts

We bring together decades of experience in private banking and funds management to tailor portfolios to the specific circumstances of each client.

We have developed trusted custodial relationships across Hong Kong, Singapore, and Switzerland to provide clients with ample choice on where they hold their assets.

AOP Wealth operates under AOP Capital Limited licensed by the SFC in Hong Kong #BJO454.

Weekly Update – 7 September 2020 – To Infinity and Beyond
Markets are still thinking about the potential impact of near zero interest rates for years to come. Strategists seen giving up trying to analyse what...
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Weekly Update 31 August 2020 – Central Bankers – Finally an Admission of Guilt
Federal Reserve guides to lower for much longer. No major central bank minded to raising rates over the medium term. Credit markets continue to be...
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Weekly Update – 24 August 2020 – Fuzzy Markets
Economic data shows that investors have to keep half an eye on a slowdown. European and Japanese confidence data fails to convince - services a...
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Weekly Update – 17 August 2020 – Pockets of Inflation
Economic data shows that investors have to keep half an eye on a slowdown. European and Japanese confidence data fails to convince - services a...
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Weekly Update – 3 August 2020 – Policymakers still needed
Policymakers are likely to remain heavily engaged in support of their economies Stuttering global growth encourages additional support US Congress will have to provide, with...
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