Jyske Bank (Schweiz) to visit South East Asia again

Jyske Bank will this November go on a tour of South East Asia to visit Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. The bank will this year be represented by Mr. Mads Schierup, Mrs. Mette Kraushaar and Mr. Helge Nielsen.
      “Both we and our customers find the personal contact important and so it is only natural that we meet the customers on their “home turf”, says Mrs. Mette Kraushaar.
      Jyske Bank (Schweiz) has previously arranged successful Danish evenings in Bangkok and Singapore with Lone Hertz as special entertainer. This spring, the event was repeated in Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta.
      The expertise of the current team to tour South East Asia lies within Private Banking, e.g. active and personal investment advice to manage the assets of the customers according to their individual priorities. Jyske Bank (Schweiz) has many years of experience in this, serving not only Danes but also Swedes and Norwegians and the meeting on the tour is thus not confined to Danes only.
      The programme will be:

Location – Date
Singapore – Monday 10. November
Singapore – Tuesday 11. November
Surabaya – Wednesday 12. November
Surabaya – Thursday 13. November
Jakarta – Friday 14. November
Jakarta – Saturday 15. November
Kuala Lumpur – Sunday 16. November
Kuala Lumpur – Monday 17. November
Kuala Lumpur – Tuesday 18. November
Bangkok – Wednesday 19. November
Bangkok – Thursdag 20. November
Bangkok – Friday 21. November
Bangkok – Saturday 22. November
Pattaya – Sunday 23. November

      “The financial markets are slowly recovering after years of turbulence,” says Mette Kraushaar.
      “This offers investors some interesting opportunities. The question is how you as an investor benefit from this situation.”
      A special subject, which the staff of Jyske Bank will talk about is portfolio management. This is an offer for anyone who wants to invest on a long or medium term basis and offers in particular clients who have neither the time nor the special knowledge it takes to follow the developments on the world markets. This means that the client can sit back and let the bank conduct an active and professional portfolio management on his or her behalf.
      During the previous visit, so called ‘geared investments’ was a subject of interest. Since then, this turned out to be quite interesting for the clients who took this advice. Clients who geared their investments one and a half time achieved a return on their investment of 21 percent per annum. Because of the continued low interest level, the bank still regards this as an interesting option.
      Apart from participating in the public meetings, the bank encourages customers to set up individual meetings with its advisors. Contact should be made to Mrs. Mette Kraushaar on [email protected] or on telephone +41 1368 7351.

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