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Japan’s wealth managers face a problem for the ages

Japan’s wealth managers face a problem for the ages

December 04, 2019
By CHRIS WRIGHT

Local banks believe that reinventing wealth management will supply them with domestic growth in a dismal macro environment. But the challenge is that the bulk of assets are held by elderly people, who aren’t used to investment, aren’t used to paying for it and don’t care much about digital innovation.

Asia private banking debate: How to build a model for a growing Asia

Asia private banking debate: How to build a model for a growing Asia

November 05, 2019
By CHRIS WRIGHT

Asian private wealth is distinct from elsewhere in the world and must be served with a different model. Entrepreneurial wealth, changing digital delivery channels and gradual engagement with socially responsible investment all present challenges and opportunities for private banks in the region.

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Wealth management: Bank of Morgan Stanley

Wealth management: Bank of Morgan Stanley

April 26, 2019

Ten years on from the crisis, Morgan Stanley was already a different animal, with a shift to half its revenues generated from wealth management – what will it look like in another 10 years? Maybe more like Bank of America or JPMorgan…

Private banking: Who stays in Asia, wins in Asia

Private banking: Who stays in Asia, wins in Asia

February 06, 2019
By HELEN AVERY

For many private banks that set up in Asia in the last decade, the cost of doing business kept them locked out of the vast expansion of wealth in the region; those that didn’t leave are settling into a more mature industry, but they are a long way from being able to relax.