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People plus technology central to Asia’s future

With opportunities across Asia growing, private banks in the region are putting their own expansion plans in place

Muriel Danis
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Wealth managers face challenges to make sustainability default setting in portfolios

The benefits to running sustainable portfolios as standard for clients are widespread, but private banks must overcome a number of hurdles if they are to achieve this

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‘Wreckers’ left stranded by need for new morality

Leaders in the wealth management industry are facing the most challenging period of their lives. To successfully overcome these hurdles, they will need to prove they can be flexible

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Private View Blog: Hong Kong – a question of identity over image

Hong Kong needs to understand its own identity, namely its ability to regenerate, argues Anant Deboor

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The bold, the brilliant and the brave

Many key trends have transformed private banking over the past two decades, but some talented individuals have provided the impetus for change 

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Sourcing new diversifiers beyond fixed income

Pascal Blanqué, group chief investment officer at Amundi, talks to PWM about two decades of portfolio management trends

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Looking back at 20 years of change in private banking

The past two decades have seen private banks move beyond the old secrecy-led approach end embrace asset management expertise  

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The past, present and future of portfolio management

To celebrate two decades since launch of PWM, we invited a cohort of high-profile chief investment officers, advising $4tn in assets between them, to reflect on major historic trends in structuring portfolios, which still have resonance in wealth management today

Dina de Angelo, Pictet Wealth Management
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Evolution of the private banker in the 21st century

Advising wealthy, multi-generational families, embracing their values and investment needs is now the domain of today’s skilled private banker 

Andrew Catterall, JP Morgan
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Private banking moves from paper trails to personalised service

Technology has transformed the adviser-client relationship, although the journey still has a long way to run with advances in AI and big data in their early stages

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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