Jean-Louis Nakamura is Chief investment officer, Asia-Pacific, and head of Hong Kong office for Lombard Odier group. Jean-Louis joined Lombard Odier in March 2008 to head the executive board of the Paris office. In late 2008, he was transferred to Lombard Odier’s head office in Geneva to become Head of the Quantitative & Overlay Management Team. He was appointed Deputy Global CIO of LOIM in June 2012 and CIO, Asia Pacific in January 2014. Prior to joining Lombard Odier, Jean-Louis was CEO of the French Civil Service Pension Fund (ERAFP), having spent five years as CIO of the French Pensions Reserve Fund (FRR), where he was in charge of strategy, tactical allocation and the selection of managers for a portfolio valued at EUR34 billion. Previously, he was Head of International Forecasting and Macro Analysis at the Ministry of Economy & Finance, France from 2001-2003. He also served as a financial expert covering euro-related issues and the banking and insurance sectors for the European Council from 1999-2001. Jean-Louis began his career in 1995 as an economist, specialising in macroeconomics and the banking industry at the French Ministry of Finance. He graduated from France’s Ecole Nationale d’Administration in 1995 and from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in 1991.
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Lombard Odier’s Asia CIO on Portfolio Agility as the World Faces up to Inflation Mutating to Low Global Growth The Hubbis virtual discussion forum of April 21 focused on the rise of inflation and how Asian private clients should be re-positioning their portfolios to cope with the numerous ramifications of what is a major sea change in the global economic and financial landscapes. Jean-Louis Nakamura, Chief I....
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Opportunities and Challenges for Asia’s Wealth Management Community A panel of experts at the Hubbis Investment Solutions Forum reviewed the state of the wealth management industry to highlight what value proposition might be required to survive and prosper in the future. They debated whether the cost and revenue pressures are of such a scale as to threaten the surv....