GBS Financial News and Opinions
Learn about the current financial news and opinions from the leaders at GBS Finance.
The managing partner of GBS Finance, Pablo Gómez de Pablos, predicted that in 2019 “we will continue to see dual-tracks of some family-run businesses”, although we don´t expect “an IPO boom”, in an interview published in the latest issue of Capital & Corporate. In the same interview, he notes that in 2018 prices have begun to recover and in the most active sectors, mergers and acquisitions have interrelated, from the industrial sector to consumption and everything related to telecommunications and technology.
The director of GBS Finance in Valencia, Javier Navarro, believes that the Ibex 35 could reach 10,100 points in twelve months and predicts that one of the sectors with the highest performance potential is oil, he reveals in an informational Q&A on 2019 stock market investing recommendations published by Valencia Plaza. Besides stock investments, he advises investing at least 20% in real estate, “since it is a way to reduce correlation with stock indices.”
Alberto Roldán from GBS Finance stresses the need for long-term savings in an interview with Dirigentes Digital. In it, he addresses the situation of the pension plans and also the achievement of the five stars rating by Morningstar of Global Value PP, a plan advised by GBS Finance Investcapital A.V.
The director of GBS Finance Valencia, Javier Navarro, foresees a 2019 full of opportunities, especially in European value stocks and in some emerging markets such as Brazil and India. Navarro argues in detail these findings in an article published by Valencia Plaza.
Juan Antonio Samaranch, founding partner of GBS Finance, was interviewed on Tuesday, December 4, at the Antena 3 'Espejo Público' morning program. In the section 'A coffee with Susanna', the director and presenter of the program reviewed with him several current...
Daniel Galván, director at GBS Finance, comments on the change in Apple’s strategy to sell devices in a report published by El País, in which the loss of valuation in the stock market of the apple company is analyzed. In the aforementioned information, Galván explains that the change in strategy is “forced by the fierce competition in prices of Samsung or Xiaomei.”
Expansión quotes GBS Finance report in the analysis of Chinese investor interest in Spain. Food, real estate, engineering and logistics appear as the most interesting sectors. The publication coincides with the visit of the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, to Spain.
The Global Value pension plan, advised by GBS Finance Investcapital AV, achieves Morningstar 5-star rating
Global Value PP, a pension plan advised by the Wealth Management team of GBS Finance Investcapital A.V. and managed by Renta 4 Pensiones, has just achieved Morningstar’s 5-star rating. With data at the end of 2018´s third quarter, Global Value PP ranks first in the Inverco ranking of 1 and 3 year Mixed Variable Return Pension Plans, attaining an annualized one-year return of 11.6%.
The founding partner of GBS Finance, Juan Antonio Samaranch, predicts that “we will continue to see large operations of Chinese groups in Spain” in an interview with the newspaper Expansión. He also says that investors from the Asian country are interested in businesses such as renewables, technology, food and public services to improve the quality of life in cities, while looking for a shuttle to Latin America.
GBS Finance Director, Daniel Galván, blames Mango’s loss of profitability on the decision to lower prices in recent years. Galván explains in an article published by El País that, “once you lower prices; you cannot raise them again because you have accustomed the client to a new normal.” At the same time, this does not rule out the possibility that the company will end up being sold.