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Matthew Fleming, Stonehage Fleming

Stonehage Fleming sees Covid-19 as a catalyst for change

Matthew Fleming, partner at multi-family office Stonehage Fleming, expects a new cohort of leaders to emerge during the coronavirus crisis and believes the experience will also reinforce the importance of face-to-face contact

Sanjay Joshi, L&C

London & Capital shifts bond holdings to prepare for growth

Sanjay Joshi, London & Capital’s fixed income boss, is cautiously optimistic about the state of the global economy, but warns stability brings its own challenges

Daniel Freedman, London & Capital

London & Capital looks to life after founder Freedman

Charismatic co-founder Daniel Freedman steered L&C through three decades, but had already started succession planning

Benjamin Cavalli, Credit Suisse

Integrated model puts Credit Suisse on front foot in Asia

Collaboration between private and investment banking allows Credit Suisse to meet Asian entrepreneurs’ needs through every stage of their personal and business lifecycle 

Gian Maria Mossa, Banca Generali

Banca Generali’s focus shifts to foreign fields

The Italian bank has enjoyed rapid domestic expansion and now has international targets in mind, says CEO Gian Maria Mossa

Rémi Frank, BNP Paribas

BNP Paribas senses growth opportunities among Middle Eastern and German elites

The ‘key client’ group at BNP Paribas Wealth Management has found rich pickings in Asia and is now shifting attention to other markets, says its boss Rémi Frank

Marina Lui, UBS

Hong Kong central to UBS plans for Greater Bay Area

Hong Kong’s connectivity will be key to opening up the wider region to international clients and markets, believes Marina Lui, head of China business at UBS Wealth Management

Michael Blake, UBP

UBP bets on Hong Kong hub to open up Asia

Many European banks have struggled to make headway in Asia but Mike Blake, who runs UBP’s operations in the region, is in expansionary mood

Peter Charrington, Citi

Citi’s success reflects a changing of the guard

US banks are enjoying a renaissance, believes Citi’s private banking boss Peter Charrington, as they have been quickest to adapt their business models to the post-financial crisis world

Frédéric Rochat, Lombard Odier

Lombard Odier more than happy to occupy middle ground

The wealth management industry is split between large global banks and boutiques, but sitting between those two extremes creates plenty of opportunities, believes Lombard Odier’s Frédéric Rochat

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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