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Return of the BHAG is a sign of the times

Audacious growth programmes are back in fashion across the industry, but managing these ambitions may prove a considerable challenge

Beijing’s firm hand faces testing times

The Chinese authorities are increasingly flexing their financial muscles to control inflation, but a number of external challenges cloud the horizon

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Opening up the hedge fund world

Private banks are taking different approaches to providing access to hedge funds, but clients’ money is all heading in the same direction.

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Time for a bit of common sense

Private banks may place great store in academic theories when contructing portfolios, but clients usually prefer a simpler approach.

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An assured way to anchor clients

Asia’s leading banks see insurance-linked products as a way to tie in customers for the long-term, but are they in clients’ best interests?

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Asian expansion works both ways

European wealth managers may be exporting executives Eastwards, but their Asian equivalents are also stepping up activities in the West.

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M&A push expected in hedge fund arena

Hedge fund providers are struggling, hit by the desertion of wealthy families and the increased regulations promised by the AIFM directive.

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Unlocking Asia is no walk in the park

There are clear opportunities in Asia for both the manufacturers and distributors of mutual funds, but realising this potential is far from easy.

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New kids challenge old way of thinking

The assent management landscape is being shaken up by a number of new players, putting increasing pressure on traditional business models.

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Fighting against regulatory fatigue

 
 

Ucits has proved to be a resounding success on a global scale, but there are fears about the levels of regulation in the upcoming AIFM directive.

Global Private Banking Awards 2022 Highlights

More than 120 banks from 50 countries around the world entered this year’s annual global private banking awards. 19 of those entrants have won more than one award. Of these, six institutions - including Citi Private Bank, BTG Pactual, Erste Private Banking, HSBC Private Banking, Northern Trust, Itaú Private Bank – gained the top position in three categories each. Video highlights from the 2022 Global Private Banking Awards.

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