Professional Wealth Managementt

Home / Wealth Management / Private Banking

Private Banking

PWM 1216 cover

Building the best wealth management platforms for investors' online journeys

Low fees charged by robo-advisers are especially tempting to investors in an era of low returns. But are these online platforms able to meet complex needs of high net worth individuals?

Richard Killingbeck, WHIreland

Overhaul of business models top task for private banks in 2017

A move away from the one bank model, whereby wealth management divisions subsidise investment banking divisions, could well be on the cards, while firms have yet to get to grips with technology

Paul de Leusse, Indosuez

Revamped Indosuez Wealth Management puts faith in strength of a worldwide brand

The transformation of Indosuez Wealth Management, which has become the global wealth management brand of the Crédit Agricole group, has meant reducing AuM and streamlining its offering, but the result is a more nimble bank better suited to the new era of private banking, believes CEO Paul de Leusse

Rob Fisher, Vanguard

Wealth managers consider opportunities and dangers of the digital world

Robo-advisers and cyber crime both pose real challenges to the wealth management industry, although the digital revolution could also mean a new pipeline of clients

Josef Stadler, UBS

Private banks prepare for the biggest wealth transfer in history

Over the next 20 years the world will witness the largest ever transfer of billionaire wealth. This will create huge opportunities for private banks, but also poses big challenges for the wealth management industry

Michel Longhini, UBP

Private Banks: Adapting for future growth

Private banks must adjust costs in line with their growth potential and ability to generate revenue while reinventing their offering, so they can continue to capture and manage the bulk of their clients' financial assets, argues Michel Longhini, CEO Private Banking at Union Bancaire Privée 

Global banks exodus from Latin America could prove short-sighted blunder

As international banks exit Latin America, private clients are being badly treated in the fallout. Can local players fill the gap?

Taras Chaban, Sybenetix

Digital revolution needs more than lip service to become reality

Wealthy individuals tend to be extremely tech-savvy, yet the vast majority of financial service providers have been too slow in their adoption of digital technology. Leadership from the very top is required to push through the necessary changes

Kelly Coffey, JP Morgan

Combining tech tools with private relationships

In a web exclusive, PWM talks to Kelly Coffey, CEO of JP Morgan’s US Private Bank, about innovation and how clients’ expectations are shaped by their experiences with non-financial firms 

Tracey Warson, Citi Private Bank

Silicon Valley extends deep into US wealth management

New York may be the centre of the financial industry in the US, but regional variations mean the biggest banks need a physical presence across the country to cater to clients, as well as overseas if they have global ambitions

Global Private Banking Awards 2022 Highlights

More than 120 banks from 50 countries around the world entered this year’s annual global private banking awards. 19 of those entrants have won more than one award. Of these, six institutions - including Citi Private Bank, BTG Pactual, Erste Private Banking, HSBC Private Banking, Northern Trust, Itaú Private Bank – gained the top position in three categories each. Video highlights from the 2022 Global Private Banking Awards.

Watch more videos

Global Private Banking Awards 2022

PWM Digital Edition (October/November 2022)

Wealth Tech Awards 2022

Join our community