AUSTRALIA - Credit Suisse Asset Management Australia is partnering with Julius Baer Investment Management (JBIM) in the US to provide clients direct and exclusive access to JBIM's global equity products.
Tony Williams, managing director and chief operating officer of JBIM, added: "The current market conditions have and will continue to create opportunities for local investors interested in allocating to global equities."
Representatives from JBIM were in Australia this week to meet clients, advisers, asset consultants and researchers.
While in Australia the team will also participate in focus group discussions to assist in the development and delivery of a tailored international equities solution that meets the needs of clients in Australia.
Credit Suisse is expected to launch the first product with JBIM in early in Q2 2008.
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