Private banking survey 2013: Brazil’s wealthy say goodbye to risk-free investment
The collapse in interest rates means that rich Brazilians will have to grapple with riskier investments offering less liquidity if they are to maintain investment returns. Private bankers are up for the challenge of providing them.
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