Rainer Michael Preiss works closely with the Wealth Managers on their current portfolios and prospects on thematic investment trends and portfolio construction.
Michael brings close to 25 years of investment advisory experience across the Middle East and financial hubs in Asia including Singapore, Hong Kong, Seoul, and Beijing.
Michael has taught extensively on Finance and Wealth Management in Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. He has been invited to teach and design courses for The Graduate School of The People’s Bank of China (PBoC), China’s Central Bank. He is also currently a Research Fellow at Singapore’s NTU-SBF Centre for African Studies whose mandate is to develop awareness of Africa as an investment destination as well as to develop thought leadership and capacity for doing business in Africa.
He is a frequent contributor to international media like CNBC and Bloomberg TV and a columnist for FORBES Magazine.
Michael is a graduate of the European Business School with a major in Finance and International Economics, having studied at the school’s centres in London, Paris, and Bologna, Italy in the respective local languages. In addition, he has also studied in Japan, Korea, and China.
Besides work, he enjoys immersing himself in history books and biographies as well as books on Economics and Finance.