Private Banking Awards Dinner 2019

Private Banking Awards Dinner 2019

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.

Asia private banking debate: Great opportunities in Asia

Asia private banking debate: Great opportunities in Asia

By CHRIS WRIGHT

Asia offers a unique client set of young entrepreneurs; it also offers the challenge of new generations inheriting wealth with different expectations from their predecessors. That is a great opportunity, but it requires private banks to be nimble, thoughtful and technologically adept.

De Ferrari ditches Credit Suisse for AMP – an altogether different job

De Ferrari ditches Credit Suisse for AMP – an altogether different job

By CHRIS WRIGHT

Francesco de Ferrari was running private banking for Asia at Credit Suisse – arguably one of the most important and well-positioned roles in the bank – so why has he given it up to become CEO of beleaguered Australian wealth manager AMP, a place so toxic it lost its chief executive and chairperson within a fortnight in April?

Risk enters Brazilian wealth management

Risk enters Brazilian wealth management

By ROB DWYER

A change in the interest rate environment will require a fundamental shift in mind-set from the clients of Brazil’s private banks – are they ready for it and where should they look for returns?

Forget robo-advisers, it’s superhumans that are needed

Forget robo-advisers, it’s superhumans that are needed

By HELEN AVERY

In 2003, the average number of high net-worth clients per relationship manager or financial adviser in the US was 170 – today, that figure is expected to be about 280, with advisers regularly claiming to know someone who knows someone who has at least 500.