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The overweight focus on millennials by private banks feels a little desperate.
UBS Wealth Management voted best global private bank; new regional winners; private banks less bullish on revenues; non-bank competition a minor concern.
More than 2,000 private banks took part in the 2017 Euromoney private banking survey.
Rate hikes, regulation, investing in people and technology – the CEOs of the top ranking private banks in the 2017 Euromoney private banking survey discuss how to balance the challenges and the opportunities that lie ahead.
Leaner, more transparent and definitely more modern, ABN Amro may have retreated to Europe, but its private bank chiefs’ sights are fixed firmly on growth.
The hoped-for flows onshore from last year’s amnesty on offshore wealth have failed to materialise, so far.
With humanity’s challenges seemingly more urgent than ever, the world’s wealthiest are trading cheque-book giving for greater engagement.
CEO seeks to ease regulatory hit; merger doubles French business.
Shariah savings scheme could be a game-changer; wealth push follows success in sukuk market.
Amnesty has been a big fiscal bonus for government in 2016; large inflows have been counterintuitively a net-negative for local AUM.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore has come out fighting after its private banking industry was immersed in the 1MDB scandal.
Euromoney predicted last month that ANZ would sell its retail and wealth management businesses to a Singaporean bank; it turns out it was already in the works.
China’s leading lenders are opening private banking offices across the world to cater to their wealthiest clients.
We invited all private banks and wealth managers to participate in the survey by completing our online questionnaire.
Phil Di Iorio, global chief executive of JPMorgan Private Bank, has announced he is retiring at the end of the year
Few truly global wealth managers remain, but even if they did it would be hard to compete with UBS, the only bank to put wealth management at its core.