- Provides analysis of global trends and key economic/policy issues to help clients understand the underlying forces that are shaping the European investment outlook.
- Presents investment and asset allocation strategy backed by BCA’s extensive proprietary macro models and indicators.
- Delivers actionable and specific investment recommendations for all asset classes, including sector and country themes, to allow clients to capitalize on profit opportunities and avoid risk.
Investment strategy and timing advice for all asset classes in the entire Euro area, U.K., Sweden and Switzerland.
Reports discuss key investment themes, provide clients with portfolio strategy advice and specific investment recommendations along with updates of our proprietary indicators.
Focusing on original investment ideas, these Special Reports drill down into the key issues affecting the outlook. They include both in-depth and brief pieces on timely opportunities or risks.
Brief, actionable updates focusing on fast-moving market changes, provide clients with relevant market developments.
Dhaval Joshi, Chief Strategist
Dhaval Joshi joined BCA Research in 2011 as Chief Strategist of the European Investment Strategy service. Prior to joining BCA, he held positions as Chief Strategist at RAB Capital, a U.K. based hedge fund, and Global Strategist at Société Générale, where he became well known for his analysis of economic and financial cycles – consistently receiving high rankings in external surveys, including the Extel award for best new pan-European analyst in 2000. Dhaval spent the 1990s as an Investment Manager at JP Morgan Fleming where he managed $1 billion of global mandates, specializing in applied behavioral finance. His commentary and analysis appear regularly in leading financial publications such as the Financial Times and The Economist. Dhaval holds an MA (Hons) from Cambridge University, England and is an Affiliate of the Institute of Actuaries.
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