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Guy Ertz

Chief Investment Advisor
BGL BNP Paribas Wealth Management

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Guy Ertz began his career in 1993 as research analyst at the economics department and business cycles centre of the catholic university of Louvain in Belgium. He joined the asset management of the Banque Générale du Luxembourg in 1999 as senior economist and was subsequently appointed head of investment strategy in 2001 and chief investment officer in 2002. In January 2004, he became in charge of the investment strategy for Fortis Private Banking at group level. Currently, he is Chief investment advisor for Wealth Management at BNP Paribas. He is also member of the international investment policy committee. Guy finished his Ph.D. in economics at the catholic university of Louvain. He spent one year of his Ph.D. program at the University of Minnesota (United-States) thanks to a Fulbright scholarship. Guy lectures courses/seminars in economics and finance in several programs (Catholic University of Louvain, University of Luxembourg, BNP Paribas internal training programs and portfolio management trainings for clients). He published several research articles as well as press articles.

Latest Articles

  • #Market Strategy — 22.01.2019

    Monthly Currency Outlook January 2019

    The dollar was quite volatile recently. A higher budget deficit and a lower interest rate differential suggest a weaker dollar.

  • #Market Strategy — 22.01.2019

    Monthly Currency Outlook January 2019

    The dollar was quite volatile recently. A higher budget deficit and a lower interest rate differential suggest a weaker dollar.

  • #Market Strategy — 14.08.2018

    Turkey’s Lira Sell-off: What Next?

    Rising public and external deficits have pushed the lira down in recent years. The last few days, the currency tumbled further due to tensions with the US and related sanction and tariff increases.

  • #Market Strategy — 14.08.2018

    Turkey’s Lira Sell-off: What Next?

    Rising public and external deficits have pushed the lira down in recent years. The last few days, the currency tumbled further due to tensions with the US and related sanction and tariff increases.

  • #Investments — 11.07.2018

    Australian And New Zealand Dollars: Some Room For Appreciation

    We update our forecast on the Australian dollar and the New Zealand dollar and now see more strength for both currencies.

  • #Investments — 11.07.2018

    Australian And New Zealand Dollars: Some Room For Appreciation

    We update our forecast on the Australian dollar and the New Zealand dollar and now see more strength for both currencies.

  • #Market Strategy — 15.05.2018

    Economic Outlook Update

    Global growth to stabilize above potential level in 2018 before decelerating in 2019. Renewed trade tensions are the key risks.

  • #Market Strategy — 15.05.2018

    Economic Outlook Update

    Global growth to stabilize above potential level in 2018 before decelerating in 2019. Renewed trade tensions are the key risks.

  • #Market Strategy — 11.04.2018

    Positive Outlook for the Swedish Krona

    We upgrade our view on the Swedish Krona (SEK) to Positive. We forecast that the EUR/SEK will move to around 9.80 in 3 months and to 9.30 in 12 months

  • #Market Strategy — 11.04.2018

    Positive Outlook for the Swedish Krona

    We upgrade our view on the Swedish Krona (SEK) to Positive. We forecast that the EUR/SEK will move to around 9.80 in 3 months and to 9.30 in 12 months