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Fares Mourad, Bank Sarasin

Time to show faith in Islamic finance

Private banks have been slow to explore the opportunities that Islamic finance could offer, but there are signs this is starting to change

Rajesh Malkani, Standard Chartered

Standard Chartered seeks northern exposure

Rajesh Malkani, head of Asian wealth management at Standard Chartered, discusses the opportunities opening up in China and how tighter regulations have strengthened Singapore

Evaluating partnerships between independent wealth managers and private banks

Independent wealth managers are totally reliant on banks for the products and services they offer, which makes the selection criteria for choosing their partners vital

Evaluating partnerships

Independent wealth managers are totally reliant on banks for the products and services they offer, which makes the selection criteria for choosing their partners vital

Ronnie Armist and Andrew Rodger, Stonehage

Stonehage aims to build structures that will last

Multi-family office Stonehage focuses on capital protection for wealthy clients, having tempted many away from large private banks, where their portfolios were decimated

Roger Yates, Pioneer

Pioneer confident good times just around corner

Following a strategic review and a decision not to sell up, Pioneer Investments is back in expansion mode, explains CEO Roger Yates

James Millard, Skandia

Proactive Skandia keen to avoid overcapacity issues

Skandia’s move to replace First Street with MIR as its sub-adviser is symptomatic of the capacity constraints in emerging market equities, which can dilute alpha and lead to underperformance

Massimo Tosato, Schroders

Industry must pull together to save open architecture

Changing regulations could concentrate distribution in the hands of a few banks, threatening the open architecture model

Growth of philanthropy offers wealth managers a supporting role

Wealthy individuals are expected to play an increasingly large part in funding welfare projects, and will be looking for expert advice to help guide their donations

Growing the family business

As wealthy individuals lose faith in banks, multi-family offices are enjoying something of a boom, with many investors perceiving that they are more in tune with clients’ needs than their larger counterparts

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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