Wednesday, June 1 2022, 5.00 - 6.00pm GMT +8


Building a Resilient Portfolio through Non-Traditional Investments

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With the Fed starting to hike rates in the face of growing inflation, one of the top concerns among investors is how the growth of the world's largest economy be balanced against the growing inflation risk.

While public markets have been generating returns for investors for the past few years, 2022 has been an extremely tough year thus far for publicly traded stocks – with a number of high-growth tech stocks shedding over 75% in value from their 52-week high.

Against the current backdrop with geopolitical risk adding complexity to the equation, how should investors be positioning their portfolios in an increasingly uncertain world?

Join us on 1 June, Wednesday at 5.00 pm (GMT +8) to hear first-hand from Kelvin Tay, Regional Chief Investment Officer of UBS, as he guides us through the financial world from his lens and tells us how investors can construct a resilient portfolio using non-traditional asset classes.

Key topics to be discussed

  • • Will Fed’s balancing act between inflation and growth trigger the next global recession?
  • • What are some of the bright spots within the risk spectrum that could benefit in the current environment?
  • • With the heightened volatility within public equities, is it a good time to consider Hedge Funds?
  • • What are some other alternative asset classes that would allow investors to ride through the current cycle at lower volatility?
  • • How can investments into Real Estate and Private Credit offer protection to investors in an inflationary environment?

This event will be moderated by Joycelyn Ong, Head of Growth at ADDX.


Kelvin Tay

Regional Chief Investment Officer, UBS Group AG

Kelvin Tay is the Regional Chief Investment Officer at UBS Global Wealth Management. Kelvin is a member of the UBS Global Emerging Markets Investment Committee, as well as the Asia-Pacific Investment Committee where he provides strategic research and inputs to the investment and asset allocation process across asset classes. Based in Singapore, Kelvin joined UBS Global Wealth Management Asia in 2006.

Kelvin is a bi-monthly guest host on CNBC Asia, and a regular commentator on international broadcast media such as Bloomberg TV, CNA, and BBC World. He also contributes by-line articles on a regular basis to the various financial publications in the region.

UBS Group AG is a multinational investment bank and financial services company founded and based in Switzerland. Co-headquartered in the cities of Zürich and Basel, it maintains a presence in all major financial centres as the largest Swiss banking institution and the largest private bank in the world.

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