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Alexandra Altinger, Sandaire
From Wealth Management / Family Offices October 21, 2016

Partnerships provide multi-family offices with global reach

As investment opportunities become ever more global, private banks and multi-family offices seek to broaden jurisdictional capabilities and expand their range of services

Jessica Donohue, State Street
From FinTech September 6, 2016

Keep humans at heart of fintech, warns State Street

Banks can learn a lot from successful companies in other industries which put customer experience at the heart of their business models, believes State Street’s Jessica Donohue

Taras Chaban, Sybenetix
From FinTech September 7, 2016

Digital revolution needs more than lip service to become reality

Wealthy individuals tend to be extremely tech-savvy, yet the vast majority of financial service providers have been too slow in their adoption of digital technology. Leadership from the very top is required to push through the necessary changes

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Tracey Warson, Citi Private Bank
From FinTech September 2, 2016

Silicon Valley extends deep into US wealth management

New York may be the centre of the financial industry in the US, but regional variations mean the biggest banks need a physical presence across the country to cater to clients, as well as overseas if they have global ambitions

Kelly Coffey, JP Morgan
From FinTech September 2, 2016

Combining tech tools with private relationships

In a web exclusive, PWM talks to Kelly Coffey, CEO of JP Morgan’s US Private Bank, about innovation and how clients’ expectations are shaped by their experiences with non-financial firms 

Jose Fuentes, Citi Private Bank
From Wealth Management / Private Banking August 30, 2016

Local Latin American banks seize chance as turmoil engulfs region

Latin America’s richest individuals have seen their wealth hit hard by drops in commodity prices, while many international banks have reduced their footprint or backed out of the region entirely

Mark Boleat
From Comment / Great Debate August 23, 2016

Is an exodus from London to Paris on the cards?

Mark Boleat, policy chairman at the City of London Corporation and Didier le Menestrel, chairman and founder of La Financière de l’Echiquier, discuss whether Brexit will see Paris overtake London as Europe’s leading financial centre

Nick Melhuish, Amundi
From Asset Allocation / Equity August 23, 2016

US equities hit record highs as fears over recession fade

Fears of an imminent US recession have abated and recent economic data looks strong, but is the country really in as good a shape as its record-breaking equity markets would suggest?

Rogerio Pessoa, BTG Pactual

Brazil turnaround will set Latin America on road to recovery

With a new government in place, Brazil looks set to leave its economic woes behind, which bodes well for the region as a whole

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis August 23, 2016

Brexit result leaves rival centres jostling for position

London’s pre-eminence as Europe’s leading financial centre may well be under threat following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, but institutions assess many competitive factors before shipping out staff

Christian Edelmann, Oliver Wyman
From Wealth Management / Business Models August 23, 2016

Financial world in flux following EU poll upset

While banks fear that access to EU talent may be restricted in the post-Brexit landscape, some wealthy clients have already sensed a buying opportunity amid the uncertainty

Santo Borsellino, Generali Investments
From Wealth Management / Profiles July 18, 2016

External assets central to Generali’s expansion drive

Generali Investments’ chief executive Santo Borsellino made growing the Italian firm’s third party business a “key priority” when he took control in 2013. So far the decision has paid off

Martin Gilbert, Aberdeen
From FinTech July 12, 2016

Aberdeen says fund houses must digitise

Aberdeen CEO Martin Gilbert believes a diversified fund offering and the firm’s recent cost-cutting drive will mean a change in fortunes

Jeffrey Sacks, Citi
From Comment / Great Debate July 5, 2016

Is now the time to invest in emerging markets?

Jeffrey Sacks, Emea investment strategist at Citi Private Bank and Ajay Kapur, Asia and global emerging markets strategist at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, ask whether emerging markets have turned a corner

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis June 29, 2016

Berlin witnesses passing of investment baton

The new generation of techno-nerds may be guilty of speaking in jargon and much of what they pass off as new ideas are anything but, yet evidence of a generational shift in wealth management was clearly evident at the summer Fund Forum event in Berlin 

From Fund Selection October 24, 2016

Fund selection - October 2016

Each month in PWM, nine top European asset allocators reveal how they would spend €100,000 in a fund supermarket for a fairly conservative client with a balanced strategy

From Financial Centres September 13, 2016

Grenada reaches out to wealthy with Citizenship By Investment programme

Grenada’s Citizenship By Investment programme, which encourages prospective citizens to invest in the island, is slowly paying off, but the money must now be put to work

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