Emerging markets are facing a tough economic environment but some countries are performing better than others, creating opportunities for investors
Just how big an impact do emerging market elections have on local and global markets?
Clients’ demands have changed and private banks are being forced to adapt business models as a result
The automatic exchange of tax information is a welcome development, but will officials be able to cope?
Europe’s wealthiest individuals are demanding relationships with private banks be run on their terms, but not all firms have embraced this new reality
The number of wealthy individuals has reached record levels, but private banks must raise their game to match client expectations
Many private banks are increasing client allocations to real estate, and some of the best bargains can be found in Europe
The foundations for long-term growth in Asia appear solid and the region’s equities are trading at a discount. But what area should investors focus on and should they opt for foreign or domestic managers?
Female clients do not need bespoke products but want a private bank that is willing to listen and offer specific advisory services
Women represent one of the world’s largest banking markets but most banks remain unwilling or unable to service the unique needs of their female customers
Despite pulling out of the global trust business as well as selling its Australian arm to concentrate on South Africa and the UK, Investec has not ruled out further expansion into other European markets
Private equity can offer substantial, and stable, returns to those individuals who can stomach the illiquidity, and there are more ways in than ever before
The ONE campaign’s David McNair and James Quarmby of law firm Stephenson Harwood are at odds over the benefits of greater transparency
Citi Private Bank’s CEO Mark Mason discusses how an integrated approach is catering to client needs and the growing appetite for alternatives among investors
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