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The Harris Fraser Group offers wealth and investment management services. We aim to be your trusted wealth and investment management partner. Our team of experts provides well-researched, bespoke financial advice to meet your financial goals. Our extensive and diversified services transcend traditional financial offerings.
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With over 30 years of experience, we deliver professional financial services to help our individual and corporate clients reach their financial and life goals.know more
In 2018, Harris Fraser Group became a subsidiary of Mason Group Holdings Limited (MGHL). MGHL is a Hong Kong-based, listed conglomerate offering a variety of health and wealth solutions.
ConsultationDetermine your current financial situation and develop financial goals.
Strategic Financial PlanningFind your risk tolerance and select investments to meet your goals.
Implementation, Analysis and EvaluationImplement your plan. Analyse and evaluate your financial status on a regular basis.
International Property Listing
We offer different properties across various countries, clients can have a wide range of choice when making immigration or investment decisions.
Investment and Financial Planning
Harris Fraser works with a variety of product providers and fund managers to meet our clients’ investment goals, whether it is for education, retirement, or capital growth.
Private Wealth Management
Our services accommodate high net-worth clients, who benefit from the ample investment opportunities out of our network of private banks, insurance organisations, legal and tax partners, and Mason Group’s internal resources.
Harris Fraser Elite specialises in private wealth management that caters to high net-worth clients.KNOW MORE
Apart from high yields, most bond indexes across the board fell over the month to start off the year. The shift back to risky assets sent funds out of the safety of fixed income and the sale of assets forced the indexes down. Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate, US Investment Grades, and Emerging Markets US Dollar Bonds were down 0.88%, 1.28%, and 0.85%, while US High-yields gained 0.33%
While economic fundamentals and outlook remains precarious, capital inflows to Asia continued, Japanese equities followed the early surge in global equities with sentiments improving, but subsequently fell prey to the correction at the month end. The Nikkei 225 Index was 0.80% higher (-0.60% in US$ terms), while the TOPIX Index also rose 0.23% (-1.16% in US$ terms).
Driven by capital inflows into the emerging markets from various sources, EM indexes grew in the early parts of the month, yet still followed global markets and retracted at month end. MSCI Emerging Markets Index rose 7.15% in the month of January.