“We at Eastern Quay Asset Management recognise
that each client faces different challenges and
has a unique set of aspirations and goals.”

Our Company

Equam

At Eastern Quay Asset Management (EQUAM) we understand that all of our clients are individuals and everyone faces different challenges in their financial life.

We place a strong emphasis on developing and maintaining the highest possible level of proprietary expertise. Our staff has a wide range of experience, education, and professional training. Additionally, we continuously scrutinise ourselves and the financial services marketplace to guarantee that we provide the most modern solutions to meet the needs of our clients.

Featured Solutions

INVESTMENT
MANAGEMENT

Eastern Quay Asset Management has a time-tested, disciplined approach to investing. We are a “total portfolio” manager using an actively diversified investment approach.

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FINANCIAL
PLANNING

Eastern Quay Asset Management financial planning services can help clients identify their financial strengths and weaknesses and assess their overall financial health.

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TAX
PLANNING

Whether it’s the sale of a security, the exercising of a stock option or SAR, the transfer of real estate or the gifting of appreciated securities, advance planning regarding the tax impact of the transaction is critical.

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Latest EQ News

U.S. regulator permits China's ZTE to submit more evidence
Posted on Sunday April 22, 2018

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Commerce Department has granted ZTE Corp's request to submit more evidence after the agency banned American companies from selling to the Chinese technology firm, a senior Commerce official said on Saturday.

Surging oil prices rattle President Trump
Posted on Saturday April 21, 2018

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Apple sinks on fears of slowing iPhone sales
Posted on Saturday April 21, 2018

Shares of Apple fell more than 3% Friday and are down for the whole week too. Worries of soft demand for iPhones --particularly the iPhone X -- hit chip stocks hard too. But Amazon, Netflix and other big techs are still up for the week.