Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2010: Results revealed February 8
The results of this year’s Euromoney Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey show big changes in the upper echelons of the global wealth management industry.
All change in global private banking
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Private banking has traditionally been a slow-moving market, with banks gaining or losing market position incrementally. But the impact of the global financial crisis has led to some more dramatic developments, as: some of the largest global franchises have seen their reputations suffer; more leading international banks aim to beef up their wealth management offerings; independent private banks seize an opportunity to claw back market share; and local banks becoming more important players at regional and national level.
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Among the highlights of the Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey, the results of which are revealed online at euromoney.com on February 8th, are:
Three positional changes within the world’s top five private banks;
Two new entrants to the top 10 global rankings;
Three new entrants to the top 20 global rankings;
Three new winners of overall regional rankings;
11 new regional winners of client and product categories in Western Europe;
13 new regional winners of client and product categories in North America;
7 new regional winners of client and product categories in Asia;
16 new regional winners of client and product categories in Latin America;
11 new regional winners of client and product categories in Central & Eastern Europe;
19 new regional winners of client and product categories in the Caribbean;
More than 35 new overall country winners.
Only headline results of the Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey are published in the print edition of Euromoney. To see the results first, and to see the full results, you will need your own online password to euromoney.com.
Subscribers to Euromoney will also be able to read the best, in-depth analysis of the changes in the wealth management industry in the February issue of Euromoney.
Detailed analysis of changes in the global overall rankings, and interviews with all of they key private banking heads discussing how they are coping in this new competitive environment;
An exclusive interview with Oswald Grübel, chief executive of UBS, looking at his achievements in his first year in the role and the challenges he still faces;
Which banks are up and which are down in the growing markets of Latin America and Asia, and why;
How independent Swiss private banks are looking to build scale;
How Lichtenstein’s private banking market is coping with a more intrusive global regulatory environment;
The wealth management build-up of French banks, especially BNP Paribas following its acquisition of Fortis;
The opportunities for Deutsche Bank following its acquisition of Sal Oppenheim;
And much, much more...
The winners of the Euromoney Private Banking Awards will be presented with their trophies at a gala dinner in London on February 18th. For more information on the awards ceremony, contact Christa Buttigieg at firstname.lastname@example.org.