Questions about your subscription status?Email us or call +44 (0) 20 779 8610
Get access to all our content – subscribe today | 48 hour free trial
Extended results can be viewed here.
For many of the largest private banks 2015 was a year of restructuring and geographical retrenchment.
What’s a wealthy Brazilian to do faced with economic and political turmoil, scandal at one of the country’s leading private banks, and a big change to the tax law? Turn to the undisputed market leader in wealth management, it seems.
UBS’s wealth management chief used a crisis to reinvent the bank’s core business.
The world’s leading private banks still haven’t resolved the conflict between advising their clients and investing their assets.
India has been a tough market for global wealth managers, ground down by rising costs and regulation.
Low interest rates in emerging Europe are driving less committed players out of the private banking market but giving a boost to regional lenders by enhancing the appeal of investment products.
Amid volatile markets, private banks face outflows unless they succeed in asset management.
Proliferation of smaller firms; compliance and risk costs deter internationals.
The big US brokerages are losing market share to independent wealth managers.
View photos from the event:
Technology has given wealth managers the ability to collect more data than ever before.
Looks like the much-needed shake-up at Credit Suisse has finally come.
Credit Suisse is ditching its global ambitions in wealth management, suggesting that worldwide private banks have had their day.
When it comes to succession planning, there are fantastic successes and spectacular failures.
Indonesians hold $300 billion in Singapore; controversial tax amnesty on the cards.
Under the leadership of James Gorman, Morgan Stanley has carved out a unique position in global banking.
The country’s economy is going through tough times, putting a greater onus on private bankers to look after their clients’ investments.
The nation’s private banking industry is blossoming, but even as it flourishes, leading players have to move fast to keep up with a changing market and an increasingly demanding and diverse client base.
By anyone’s book, Bank of Palestine has recorded fantastic figures for the first half of 2015.
Farouk Shami is a small man with a big personality and a not inconsiderable mouth.