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Ding Wei, CMB
From Regions / Asia / China May 30, 2013

China Merchants Bank readies itself for emergence of rivals

CMB’s deputy chairman and head of clients Ding Wei discusses how the Chinese bank plans to stay on top of the pile as the country’s private banking system opens up

Pablo Garnica, JP Morgan
From Regions / Asia May 29, 2013

The search for new riches

Eager to source client assets, private banks are seeking out new wealth in emerging regions while also looking towards entrepreneurs active in more developed markets

Manuela D'Onofrio, Unicredit
From Regions / Asia May 29, 2013

East vs West in global equity allocations

Unicredit’s Manuela D’Onofrio and Lim Say Boon from DBS discuss whether investors should head to developed or emerging markets in their global equity allocations

Catherine Raw, BlackRock
From Regions / Asia / China May 2, 2013

Commodities suffer as investors flock to equities

Slowing growth in China has hit demand for commodities while funds have suffered outflows as investors reallocated to equities. But there are opportunities in the sector, for example in metals and timber

From Regions / Asia / China May 2, 2013

Wealth managers set a course for Chinese mainland

Opportunities are opening up in China, as both big institutions and private clients look to diversify assets abroad

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From Regions / Asia 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

Robert Horrocks, Matthews Asia
From Regions / Asia April 8, 2013

The continued rise of the Asian consumer

Asian consumer stocks have been hot for many years now, but do they still provide good value?

Christian Gattiker, Julius Baer
From Regions / Asia / Japan April 8, 2013

Private banks put brakes on inflation

With central banks prioritising growth over curbing inflation, investors are searching for safe havens in which to hide their assets from the threat of rising prices

Robert Aspin, Standard Chartered
From Regions / Asia October 25, 2012

Indian reforms re-ignite investors’ interest

The wave of reforms announced by the Indian government may be unpopular domestically but will open the country up to foreign investment

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From Regions / Asia 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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