Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020 results published in February

Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2020 results published in February

August 22, 2019

We invited all private banks and wealth managers to participate in Euromoney's 17th annual Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey. Results are announced February 6 on www.euromoney.com and in the February issue of Euromoney. Subscribe to our Private Banking newsletter to receive an alert when results are available.

About the survey

The Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey provides a qualitative review of the best services in private banking, by region and by areas of service. It is an informative guide for high net-worth individuals on the range of professional wealth management service providers that are available.

View questions guide and methodology here

Results include:

Best private banking services overall • Net-worth-specific services, including Ultra High Net Worth clients (Greater than US$ 30 million); High Net Worth clients (US$ 5 million to US$ 30 million); Super affluent clients (US$ 1 million to US$ 5 million) • Asset Management • Family Office Services • Research and asset allocation advice • Philanthropic advice • ESG/Social Impact Investing • International clients - Succession planning advice and trusts • Technology 

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