Michael Levin

Head of Asset Management, Asia Pacific

Credit Suisse Asset Management

Profile:

Michael Levin is a Managing Director of Credit Suisse in the International Wealth Management division, based in Hong Kong. He is the Head of Asset Management Asia Pacific. Michael is responsible for developing and directing regional Asset Management strategy, including distribution, product and partnerships. He also works closely with institutions and the Private Bank in delivering Asset Management investment solutions. Prior to joining Credit Suisse in August 2011, Michael was the CEO of AsiaCrest Capital, a Hong Kong-based fund of hedge funds. Previously, he served as a portfolio manager at both Hite Capital and Man Group. Michael was also the co-founder of Metropolitan Venture Partners. He brings over 20 years of experience in Alternatives across both liquid and illiquid investments. Michael earned his Bachelor of Science in Economics, Magna Cum Laude, from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

The latest articles from Michael Levin

Investments

Shifting the Dial – How Should Asia’s HNWIs Recalibrate Their Portfolios A panel of experts assembled at the last group discussion of the Hubbis Investment Solutions Forum to ponder the optimal portfolio strategies for late 2019 and in anticipation of 2020. There was plenty of healthy disagreement on all the key investment markets, and only one clear consensus, namely th....

The latest events from Michael Levin

W Hotel, Hong Kong

Investment Solutions Forum 2019

We were delighted to host our annual event in Hong Kong for the Investments Community in Wealth Management.

More than 250 CEOs, senior management, product gatekeepers and RM’s at Private Banks, Retail Banks, IFAs. Independent Asset Management Firms (IAM)...

The latest event content from Michael Levin

Investments

Shifting the Dial – How Should Asia’s HNWIs Recalibrate Their Portfolios A panel of experts assembled at the last group discussion of the Hubbis Investment Solutions Forum to ponder the optimal portfolio strategies for late 2019 and in anticipation of 2020. There was plenty of healthy disagreement on all the key investment markets, and only one clear consensus, namely th....

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