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From Comment / Editor's Analysis May 1, 2013

Smaller product menus appeal to Asian private banks

With the sale of mutual funds becoming ever-more complex, the benefits of slimming down the number of products on offer are considerable

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis April 8, 2013

Hunting for evidence of the ‘Great Rotation’

Whether or not investors are shifting from bonds to equities is open to debate, but the signs are that wealthy clients are ready to rebalance their portfolios

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis March 26, 2013

A word with the editor

PWM's editor in chief Yuri Bender chats to UK media website Headline Money

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis February 27, 2013

Structural shifts imply Swiss focus is overseas

Pictet and Lombard Odier’s new structures will limit partners’ liabilities, but also boost their international ambitions 

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis January 31, 2013

Time for advisers to head back to school

Relationship managers must re-educate themselves to cope with new regulations and commercial considerations

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis December 4, 2012

Upheavals push wealth management to the fore

The restructuring at UBS and Credit Suisse will leave Swiss private banking in better shape

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis November 12, 2012

Sub-advisory business

The private banking industry is expecting an increasing amount of investment strategies to be outsourced in packaged products managed by major fund managers. PWM's Yuri Bender talks to Robert Noach of Schroders, which is hoping to win a large chunk of this business, especially in European equities.

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis October 25, 2012

A peek under the bonnet of leading private banks

Private banks need to be able to adapt if they are to find success, especially in the growth markets of Asia

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis September 25, 2012

Evolution key to ending Swiss spell in purgatory

Ongoing, and very public, scandals highlight the need for Swiss private banking to re-invent itself

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis August 29, 2012

Watch out Europe, the Americans are coming

With US equities flavour of the month, confident American managers are looking to gain a greater share of European assets

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