Pictet launches app in Chinese and six other languages

ipad_newsPictet Asset Management has released an app for iPad that gives details of its mutual funds in seven languages. Users can switch between fund data such as prices, performance and risk. They can also monitor portfolio exposures and consult interactive charts. Key fund information is available at a glance via single-page fund cards. Pictet, the asset management arm of the Swiss private bank Pictet & Cie, publishes the information in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch and Chinese. Users can download the app free from the App Store. The app also offers access to news and fund updates as well as short videos. Laurent Ramsey, global head of distribution, said the launch “keeps Pictet at the forefront of developments in communications technology”. ©2012 funds europe

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