Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2015: Results index

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Global Private Banking Survey results

Best Global Private Bank: JPMorgan wins overall crown
The US bank becomes the first non-Swiss wealth manager to win Euromoney's best global private banking survey. But the results show UBS and Credit Suisse remain hard to beat around the world.
Ultra high net-worth clients (>$30m)
High net-worth clients ($5m to $30m) 
Super-affluent clients ($1m to $5m)
Asset management
Investment banking capabilities
Commercial banking capabilities
Research/asset allocation
Philanthropy and social impact investing
International clients Succession planning advice and trusts

Overall extended global results




Global awards and related editorial coverage

us private banks

US leaders march on Swiss banks’ global territory


The playing field in private banking has levelled out and the US banks committed to a global business now compete on even terms with the Swiss. From here on it will be technology and superior asset allocation advice that determine the winners.
 
Private banking CEO of the year
Phil-Di-Iorio-JPM-

Di Iorio's winning formula

Known for his dedication and leadership style, Phil Di Iorio has been instrumental in building JPMorgan into a leading wealth manager.  

Global private banking CEOs

Who are the top 10 global private bank CEOs as voted for by thousands of private bankers and senior executives?

CIO interviews
PB CIOs

CIOs prepare for year of uncertainty

The job of the CIO is now integral to wealth management. What are they advising their clients to do in today's risk-heavy environment? 

 
 

Regional Private Banking Survey results and editorial coverage

 
North AmericaLatin AmericaAsia
Middle EastAfricaWestern Europe
Central and Eastern EuropeNordics and Baltics
Caribbean
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ASIA
Breaking borders
Local private banks in Asia are starting to make inroads into the top end of the business, but most are still struggling to build a regional presence.

LATIN AMERICA
Brazil reverts to type
The private banking industry in Latin America had a difficult 12 months as wealth creation slowed throughout the region. The picture for the year ahead looks brighter for some countries, but Brazil remains the dominant market and its prospects are still murky.

AFRICA
Winning over Africa's wealthy
The slow and steady rise of high net-worth individuals across Africa has piqued the interest of wealth managers. But who has the upper hand – regional players close to their clients, or global names with solid reputations?

 

Private Banking Survey results by country


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What's included in the full results:

There are two levels of private banking data on the site. 'Top-level' results are presented in a table format. 'Full results' are extended results presented in a file format. Both are available to Euromoney registrants who have subscriber-level access. 

Number of rankings published:

Results by country – top level 1,090; full results 8,165 

Regional results – top level 490; full results  2,056 

Global results – top level 135; full results  310 

Total number of rankings – top level  1,715; full results  10,531 

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Patrick McCulloch, Euromoney, at +44 289 029 0402 or patrick.mcculloch@euromoneyplc.com,subscribe online, or contact our hotline on +44 (0)207 779 8166, hotline@euromoneyplc.com.


 
 

Euromoney’s Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the growing area of wealth management. They cover over 60 countries each year, as well as global and regional awards. They are voted for by the people who know the industry best – the private bankers themselves. Winning an award is a confirmation of excellence in wealth management, which banks use to promote their credentials to clients – and a cause for celebration at our annual Awards Dinner.

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