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From Wealth Management / Private Banking September 18, 2015

Marrying automation and traditional banking

As robo-advisers infiltrate the wealth management space, how will banks use technology to transform their own offerings?

Eric Verleyen, Société Générale Private Banking
From Wealth Management / Profiles September 15, 2015

Société Générale helps entrepreneurs realise risks of exposure

The success of a new generation of entrepreneurs is bringing plenty of business to private banks, but it is vital to calm clients’ expectations and ensure they are not taking on too much risk, believes SocGen’s Eric Verleyen

Holger Spielberg, Credit Suisse
From Wealth Management / Business Models September 7, 2015

Using big data to boost human relationships

Robo-advisers may use technology to offer a purely digital banking experience, but traditional wealth managers are now able to use data to empower their relationship managers and in turn benefit clients

From Wealth Management / Private Banking September 2, 2015

Swiss and US names dominate private banking brand rankings

UBS’s brand value has surged by almost a third over the past 12 months, giving it a clear lead over its rivals

Gerard Aquilina
From Wealth Management / Private Banking August 26, 2015

Private and investment banking: an unhappy union

It is astonishing how few banks have managed to create collaborative environments between their investment and private banking divisions, and are missing out on opportunities to deepen client relationships and generate fees

Jonathan Willcocks, M&G Investments
From Wealth Management / Profiles August 26, 2015

M&G reports huge appetite for multi-asset solutions

Multi-asset funds are proving increasingly popular among investors looking to diversify away from bonds and boost income, claims M&G’s Jonathan Willcocks, while Europe is expected to become the next sub-advisory battleground

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From Wealth Management / Business Models August 25, 2015

‘Global gorillas’ reach for the stars

Fund distribution is changing. A number of “global gorillas” are expanding through acquisition to dominate the cross-border space while other banks look to dominate their domestic markets. But does this benefit investors?

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From Wealth Management / Private Banking August 24, 2015

London calling as private banks connect with the future

The new entrepreneurial class will shape the future of wealth management and private banks are at last starting to respond

Karin Jestin, Lombard Odier
From Wealth Management / Private Banking August 13, 2015

Philanthropy cries out for professional touch

Wealthy individuals are giving away their money in greater amounts than ever, and are asking for help in how best to do it. Private banks are ideally placed to offer this assistance, but too few have the capability to do it well

Shaun Port, Nutmeg
From Wealth Management / Profiles August 3, 2015

Nutmeg’s online offering cracks UK wealth market

Nutmeg, the online investment company, set out to deliver solutions to those clients who would not have interested traditional private banks, says CIO Shaun Port, but is also attracting those much further up the wealth ladder 

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From PWM Research April 3, 2017

Changing population dynamics top long-term trend for private banks

The population, urbanisation and ageing theme is the top cross-sector investment theme according to private banks, with 75 per cent of respondents to PWM’s Global Asset Tracker implementing it in client portfolios

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