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Peter Flavel, Coutts teaser

Flavel puts investment at core of Coutts’ growth plan

With Coutts now firmly concentrating on its core UK market, the challenge for chief executive Peter Flavel is getting its existing clients to do more with the bank

Jessica Donohue, State Street

Keep humans at heart of fintech, warns State Street

Banks can learn a lot from successful companies in other industries which put customer experience at the heart of their business models, believes State Street’s Jessica Donohue

Santo Borsellino, Generali Investments

External assets central to Generali’s expansion drive

Generali Investments’ chief executive Santo Borsellino made growing the Italian firm’s third party business a “key priority” when he took control in 2013. So far the decision has paid off

David Lai, Eastspring

Teething problems inevitable as China opens up, says Eastspring

The Chinese authorities’ attempts to manage a deteriorating economy should improve with experience, says Eastspring’s fixed income director David Lai

Michel Longhini, UBP

Asian expansion spearheads UBP’s global ambitions

UBP boss Michel Longhini discusses his firm’s takeover of Coutts’ Asian arm, the importance of asset management to his business and the challenges facing Swiss banks

Daniel Pinto, Stanhope

Private Dining: Stanhope service seats all clients at the same table

The mindset at boutique wealth manager Stanhope is to put all its clients on an equal footing, says CEO Daniel Pinto, with its focus on direct deals and private equity a big draw

Jürg Zeltner, UBS

Asian expansion and technological innovation central to UBS’ plans for the future

Clients have never been in greater need of advice, believes UBS boss Jürg Zeltner, and private banks need to strike a balance between technology and the human touch to fulfil those needs

Jeroen Rijpkema, ABN Amro

ABN Amro concentrates on quality over quantity

Rather than expanding on all fronts, ABN Amro plans to target growth in specific markets, according to private banking boss Jeroen Rijpkema, with a different domestic focus for each

Jamie Black, Sarasin

Clients warming to Sarasin’s two-pronged thematic process

Sarasin & Partners, pioneers of the long-term thematic approach to investing, see plenty of opportunity in US equities, while also highlighting European and Japanese exporters 

Jon Stein, Betterment

Digital revolution has only just begun believes Betterment

Betterment founder Jon Stein expects competion in the robo-adviser space to heat up as as platforms evolve and new players enter the fray

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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