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Blair Pickerel, Nikko AM

Nikko AM happy to have Asia at its core

Nikko’s Blair Pickerell is bullish over the outlook for the Asian economy, but warns that care should be taken before piling into fixed income

Michel Longhini, UBP

UBP moves onwards and upwards after Madoff fallout

The backlash against hedge funds hit Union Bancaire Privée hard, but Michel Longhini explains how new acquisitions and selection processes point to a bright future

Mike Moodie, RBC

London hub opens up new markets for RBC

RBC is ramping up its international wealth management operations run by Mike Moodie in London, and the Canadian is taking aim at both the UK and emerging markets

Pablo Garnica, JP Morgan

JP Morgan’s approach puts emphasis on teamwork

Pablo Garnica, CEO of JP Morgan Private Bank Emea, explains how specialised integrated teams can help match advisers’ skillsets to clients’ evolving needs

Wells Fargo crosses Atlantic to further growth

Wells Fargo’s Mike Niedermeyer is confident the US firm will succeed in its ambitious plans to grow its overseas presence, but how will its multi-boutique model go down in the European market?

Frédéric Rochat, Lombard Odier

Lombard Odier seeks right fit in recruitment drive

Dispatched to London to grow Lombard Odier’s overseas presence, Frédéric Rochat is keen to show the Swiss bank can be much more aggressive than its national stereotype would suggest

Rob Lay, UBS GAM

UBS’ slimline menu caters to appetite for US equities

UBS GAM’s distribution chief, Rob Lay, believes there is plenty of money in Europe for asset managers to target if they play to their strengths

Luigi Pigorini, Citi

Citi senses opportunity amid European crowds

Citi’s Emea boss Luigi Pigorini discusses the private bank’s attempts to increase its presence among Europe’s wealthiest families and the importance of keeping regulators onside

Rick Lacaille, State Street Global Advisors

State Street encouraging clients to boost exposure to emerging markets

Rick Lacaille, global CIO at State Street Global Advisors, believes China’s political problems are leading to great valuations for investors, while he sees opportunities in Russia’s attempts to boost its non-energy economy

Jamie MacLeod, Berry Asset Management

Ambitious Berry determined to become pick of the bunch

Jamie MacLeod, CEO of Berry Asset Management, made his name in the world of funds, but is now looking to conquer the wealth management space by growing the footprint of his boutique business

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.

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