Professional Wealth Managementt

Home / Regions / Europe

Europe

Sandrine de Vuyst, ING
From Regions / Europe / Luxembourg April 28, 2015

Luxembourg sets sights on upper reaches of wealth ladder

Whereas Luxembourg was once seen as a tax haven for mass affluent individuals, changes in the regulatory landscape have led the Grand Duchy to raise the bar on the type of clients it attracts

Anja Hochberg, Credit Suisse
From Regions / Europe April 27, 2015

European equities worth exploring

With Europe on the road to recovery and political disruptions seen as buying opportunities, is now the time for investors to increase allocations to eurozone equities?

Frédérique Carrier, RBC Wealth Management
From Regions / Europe / United Kingdom April 24, 2015

Banks prompt asset review in light of UK general election

Investors should be mindful of how uncertainties around the upcoming UK general election could impact equity and currency markets

Reinaldo Le Grazie, Bradesco Asset Management
From Regions / Europe / Russia April 13, 2015

Best of Brics crown is up for grabs

Bradesco’s Reinaldo Le Grazie and Manuela D’Onofrio of UniCredit discuss which of the Bric economies offers the best investment opportunities

Ask the experts logo
From Regions / Europe / Greece April 2, 2015

Would it be a tragedy if Greece left the euro?

With Greece seeking to renegotiate the terms of its bailout, the country’s plight is back in the headlines, but would a default and euro exit really be as devastating as some claim?

Archil Gachechiladze, Bank of Georgia
From Regions / Europe / Georgia April 1, 2015

Global investors with Georgia on their minds

Clients may worry about the proximity and influence of its Russian neighbour, but Bank Of Georgia’s Archil Gachechiladze insists the country is an attractive base for yield-hungry wealthy individuals

Maxime Alimi, AXA IM
From Regions / Europe February 27, 2015

QE shows ECB is serious about threat of deflation

Quantitative easing will give a boost to Europe's economy but may need to continue into 2017 to counter deflationary pressures

Richard Duncan, Macro Watch
From Regions / Europe February 23, 2015

Will the ECB’s QE bazooka send European stocks higher?

As the ECB turns on the QE tap, what does this mean for stockmarkets? Macro Watch’s Richard Duncan and Raoul Ruparel from Open Europe give their views

Shelby Du Pasquier, Lenz & Staehelin
From Regions / Europe / Switzerland February 20, 2015

HSBC claims Swiss client list slashed since 2007

HSBC admits that it suffered from “control failures” in the past, but insists it has taken steps to clean up its act and its current client base

PWM 0315 Cover
From Regions / Europe / Switzerland February 20, 2015

‘Perfect story’ scuppers Swiss brand clean-up

Switzerland’s private banks have been trying to remodel themselves but the HSBC affair is the latest in a series of setbacks proving they still have a long way to go

Latest PWM video

Entrepreneurial families are becoming increasing global in mindset, asset allocation and business reach, growing to resemble international firms. Yuri Bender, PWM's Editor-in-chief, talks about how private banks can adapt to these trends by providing tailored services to families in a variety of jurisdictions, through a new generation of relationship managers.

Click for more videos

Join our community

           
 

Global Private Banking Awards 2019

Wealth Tech Awards 2019