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PROFESSIONAL FAMILY OFFICE & WEALTH MANAGEMENT SERVICES
A UNIQUE BUSINESS CULTURE
Founded by Karen Schwok, former CEO at Banque Pictet & Cie SA (Israel), Lucid Investments provides Family Office and Wealth Management services to high net worth individuals, families, trustees as well as private companies.
Over the last 20 years, we have accumulated an important track record in providing professional investment advice. We believe we are a unique entity in Israel's capital market environment.
Our most important goal is to provide a professional yet personal and transparent service to our clients in order to help them preserve their wealth in a prudent approach and get exposure to unique products and investment solutions.
AN INDEPENDENT ADVISORY FIRM
We are paid only by our clients, with a simple, transparent advisory fee that removes any actual or potential conflicts of interest that arise from sales-based compensations.
Our independence from any financial services firm or bank allows us to asses your needs, then make recommendations and help you find the financial products and services that are right for you, without any sales agenda.
We are duty-bound to act in our clients’ best interests and are never compensated by any third party for recommendations we make. Ever.
DYNAMIC ASSET ALLOCATION APPROACH
Our goal is simple: we are willing to differentiate ourselves, as a family office from the traditional Private Banking providers.
We believe that our role is not only to determine the specific asset allocation and comparing performances to benchmarks.
A sophisticated asset allocation is essential to ensure portfolio returns, especially in volatile markets.
Our investment strategy enables us to protect the capital from risks, capture upside and ensure the returns will be most probably stable even the most unstable environments.
A COMMITTED ADVOCATE FOR YOUR
FAMILY'S LONG-TERM INTERESTS
We understand that you have relationships with financial companies that you value.
Rather than compete with them, we work with them to be sure we are all working together toward your best interests rather than their own agendas.
But, we serve as your advocate with your existing providers by asking:
Are the investment products in your portfolio right for your objectives?
How much are you paying each provider?
Is your current investment strategy consistent with your wealth planning activities?
BANKS WE ARE WORKING WITH
The Global Economy will continue to grow on a fast track in 2022
Globes | 04.01.2022
Interview of Karen Schwok (קארן שווק):
2022 will be a complex year for investors: markets will continue to cope with inflation, and new variants of coronavirus, loads in the supply chain and uncertainty will continue to be high. But we are optimistic about the continued strengthening of the global economy with the likelihood of moderation of growth towards the end of 2022. Our premise is that decision makers, whether it's finance ministers, governments or central banks, will continue to do everything possible to keep the world from entering recession and an economic-financial crisis.
New year resolutions: Tips from Family Offices
The Marker | 05.09.2021
As Covid-19 will most probably still be part of our lives in the next few months and stocks continue to break records, interest rates are still low, and inflation is starting to increase - what should investors do with their funds? ■ We turned to some experts, financial planners at Family Office companies, who manage the investments and savings of wealthy families in Israel, and asked them how it is worthwhile for an ordinary Israeli family to plan their economic future ■ They have seven tips for you
The Israeli finance management sector is not ready for all the new rich techies
CTech | 10.06.2021
As funding and SPACs create thousands of newly rich people across the country, Karen Schwok (קארן שווק) has concerns about how the sector will respond
What we saw over the past 12 months isn’t just companies that managed to raise significant sums, or went public at high valuations with founders pocketing handsome sums, but we saw another layer of executives that are getting rich very very fast. The talk in the market is that there will be somewhere between 10,000 and 20,000 new rich people in Israel over the next 12 months.
Vaccines vs. variants: the race to immunize the developing world
Calcalist | 26.02.2021
Developing world struggles to get its shares of Covid vaccines - investors should take into account this could impact the global economic recovery.
Interview of Karen Schwok (קארן שווק)