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Chetan Sehgal, Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust

Pandemic proves emerging markets’ newfound resilience

Developing markets now have deeper capital markets as well as local investors, meaning they are much better placed to weather global crises

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Private View Blog: Hong Kong – a question of identity over image

Hong Kong needs to understand its own identity, namely its ability to regenerate, argues Anant Deboor

Jackie Mau, HSBC

Recruitment drive central to HSBC’s Asian expansion plans

HSBC has ambitious plans to become the leading wealth manager in Asia, and Jackie Mau is tasked with delivering a refreshed ultra-high net worth pan-regional offering

Marina Lui, UBS

Hong Kong central to UBS plans for Greater Bay Area

Hong Kong’s connectivity will be key to opening up the wider region to international clients and markets, believes Marina Lui, head of China business at UBS Wealth Management

Michael Blake, UBP

UBP bets on Hong Kong hub to open up Asia

Many European banks have struggled to make headway in Asia but Mike Blake, who runs UBP’s operations in the region, is in expansionary mood

Frank Zhang, China AM

Asian wealth management industry comes of age

Private banks active in Asia must contend with turbulent markets and ongoing recruitment problems in their quest to forge deeper relationships with clients

Singapore

Hong Kong and Singapore face off over fintech

In terms of technology, Hong Kong has fallen behind both mainland China and rival Singapore. But the territory has a habit of reinventing itself

Catering to today’s multi-dimensional high net worth Asian clients

It is becoming increasingly apparent that wealthy individuals in Asia make for very different clients than their counterparts in the West

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Private banks poised to capture Asian clients

The wealth management sector in Asia-Pacific is fiercely competitive with both international and local players fighting for a piece of the action and looking for ways to differentiate themselves from opponents

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Fatca regulations threaten Hong Kong’s reputation

Hong Kong has experienced huge growth as an international wealth centre in recent years but by signing up to Fatca regulations it could be in for a bumpier ride 

THE GREAT DEBATE: CRYPTOCURRENCIES IN THE BALANCE

Anders Kvamme Jensen, founder of the AKJ global brokerage and digital asset specialist, goes head to head with Max Thowless-Reeves, chief investment officer of Sorbus Partners private office, discussing technology, tokens and tradable electronic currencies, in a debate refereed by PWM's Yuri Bender.

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