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Simon Miles, Merrill Lynch
From Wealth Management / Profiles September 4, 2011

Merrill Lynch determined to keep calm and carry on

Merrill Lynch’s Simon Miles explains why the human touch is more important than ever in times of extreme volatility such as now

Adam Horowitz, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
From Wealth Management / Business Models June 28, 2011

Clients demanding more from adviser relationships

To succeed as truly trusted advisers, private banks will have to up their game in service provided and value delivered.

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From Wealth Management / Business Models June 28, 2011

Building a regional wealth franchise

Strategies for targeting wealthy individuals living in the regions must be very different from approaching those in capital cities.

Alexandros Sarrigeorgiou, EFG Eurolife
From Wealth Management / Business Models June 28, 2011

Banks and insurers plan to rise from flames

Tougher regulation should lead to a consolidation of the financial services industry in Greece

From Wealth Management / Business Models June 28, 2011

Clients demand new channels of delivery

With many investors now wanting to make short-term tactical bets, private banks must identify which products are best suited to this style of investing and how to go about promoting them to clients wary of glitzy sales pitches

Yves Bonzon, Pictet
From Wealth Management / Profiles June 28, 2011

Pictet goes on defensive over European debt crisis

Politics, not economics, will shape Europe’s reaction to the risk of a Greek default, making it hard to determine how to allocate portfolios

Pablo Garnica, JP Morgan
From Wealth Management / Profiles June 28, 2011

JP Morgan keeps faith with alternative mindset

JP Morgan’s Private Banking chief Pablo Garnica explains why providing clients with access to both the global capabilities of the American bank and a range of well-vetted external providers is essential

From Wealth Management / Private Banking May 31, 2011

Questions arise over St. James’s Place future

The early findings from the ICB review into the UK banking market reflected poorly on Lloyds, leading to renewed questions about the group’s stake in St. James’s Place

From Wealth Management / Business Models May 31, 2011

Debt burdens driving down valuations

Germany is leading northern Europe out of recession while the south continues to suffer from debt issues, but it is a company’s links to emerging markets that is catching investors’ attention.

Blake Shorthouse, Credit Suisse
From Wealth Management / Profiles May 31, 2011

Credit Suisse’s new breed target super rich

Heading up the Credit Suisse team focusing on the ultra rich, Blake Shorthouse believes the Swiss bank’s integrated approach is the key to cracking this profitable segment.

Roosevelt Skerrit became the world's youngest head of state when he took up the position of prime minister of Dominica in 2004. He has since presided over a programme of reconstruction of storm-ravaged housing and infrastructure and revitalising the country's tourism industry. Moreover, his stewardship of the geothermal energy project has put Dominica on the road to clean energy self-sufficiency

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