Private banking CIO outlook 2015

Helen Avery
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Euromoney interviews the chief investment officers of the world's leading private banks.

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To mark the  12th year of Euromoney's Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey, published on February 5, Euromoney has interviewed the chief investment officers of the world's leading private banks, to get their views on the risks in 2015 and what surprised them in 2014.

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As part of the extended coverage leading up to the release of the results, Euromoney will also publish interviews with the chief executive officers of the top private banks about their business strategies and views for the industry in the year ahead. For example, which cities private banks are expanding into? Are branches a thing of the past? What areas of technology are private banks focusing on?

CIO interviews

Burkhard Varnholt-100

Burkhard Varnholt, CIO and head of investment solutions at  Julius Baer

Richard Madigan-100

Richard Madigan, chief investment officer at  JPMorgan Private Bank

Manuela D’Onofrio-100

Manuela D’Onofrio, head of global investments at  UniCredit Private Bank

Steven Wieting-100


Steven Wieting, global chief investment strategist for  Citi Private Bank

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Mark Haefele, global chief investment officer at  UBS Wealth Management

Yves Bonzon-100


Yves Bonzon, CIO of Pictet Wealth Management

Thomas Moore-100


Thomas Moore, CIO and head of private investment group Americas at HSBC Private Bank

Michael Strobaek-100


Michael Strobaek, global CIO for Credit Suisse Private Bank

Florent Bronès-100


Florent Bronès, CIO at  BNP Paribas Wealth Management

Sharmin Mossavar-Rahmani-100


Sharmin Mossavar-Rahmani, CIO of Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management

Asoka Woehrmann-100


Asoka Wöhrmann, global CIO with Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management