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Next month Credit Suisse Private Bank will be rolling out new digital capabilities in Asia, and April will see the launch of a tablet banking offering in Switzerland.
UBS pushed into second place; majority of private banks globally expect improved revenues in 2015.
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?
The job of the CIO, now intrinsic to wealth management, has become more challenging. Not only for the visibility of the calls they make, but because central banks seem to shift policy on a dime while geopolitical risk appears to be increasing. Euromoney interviews 10 CIOs of leading global private banks.
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Euromoney talks to the chief executive officers of the world’s leading private banks about their business strategies and views for the industry.
Greg Fleming, president of Morgan Stanley's Wealth Management, talks to Euromoney about how the firm is increasing lending and gearing up for the millennials.
Julius Baer to take profits hit due to high CHF cost exposure, say analysts.
Hans-Ulrich Meister, chief executive of Credit Suisse Private Bank, talks about his firm’s geographical aims.
Heads of Société Générale Private Banking talk to Euromoney about how a domestic presence is key to growth and why the retail branch network cannot be ignored.
US wealth to reach $54 trillion by 2018; European banks expand their efforts
Coutts International has plenty of attractive assets to offer its many possible new owners. Julius Baer looks the best fit.
Wealth managers must innovate or else stand to lose high net-worth clients. New players with technology at their core are shaking up the private banking industry.
Akshaya Bhargava, Barclays' new CEO for wealth and investment management, has his work cut out.
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Euromoney's Private Banking Survey 2015 highlights that large Swiss banks expect to redouble efforts to cut costs amid Swiss-franc volatility – a move confirmed by bank earnings statements this week.
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.
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.
GS, MS and JPM have all arrived on the global map. Are the traditional private banks ready for the challenge?
Global head of private wealth management Tucker York talks to Euromoney about the $40 million-plus client offering it is focusing on.
Jürg Zeltner, chief executive at UBS Wealth Management, talks to Euromoney about the new challenges in investment management and asset allocation facing the private-banking industry.
Euromoney interviews the chief investment officers of the world's leading private banks.
The small private-banking industry in Switzerland urgently needs to consolidate, given the impact of regulation, capital requirements and weak profitability of the over-banked sector. The unpegging of the CHF to the euro complicates the M&A outlook.
BNP Paribas Wealth Management’s co-heads Sofia Merlo and Vincent Lecomte talk about their business and industry.
Phil Di Iorio, CEO of JPMorgan Private Bank, talks about where his firm is seeing growth from around the globe.
BNY Mellon is to expand aggressively in the Asia-Pacific region, targeting increased market share in the wealth business, offering a discretionary model to customers.
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The shock decision by the Swiss National Bank (SNB) to discontinue its euro peg and impose a 0.75% rate on sight deposit accounts will inevitably wreak havoc on Swiss banks’ earnings, say analysts, citing the rising CHF-denominated cost base of global investment banks, which derive the bulk of their income in USD and EUR.
Private banking clients in Brazil face challenging times, bankers concede. The economy is under pressure and the country could yet suffer stagflation. Furthermore, an unpredictable presidential race leaves markets in limbo. However, bankers are confident their well-educated client base will not over-react, and instead maintain their long-term strategies
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