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2012 Private Banker International Yearbook

  • ID: 2148913
  • March 2012
  • Region: Global
  • 80 pages
  • Timetric

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Altamount Capital
  • Coutts
  • Credit Suisse
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Synopsis
- This yearbook includes summaries of the developments in the wealth management industry during 2011
- This VRL report includes interviews with senior executives at some of the largest global wealth managers
- Find out what the views of industry leaders are for the prospects for wealth management over 2012
- Content includes a round-up of the year’s thought-provoking articles

Summary
The world’s private banking industry is in the midst of a tectonic shift. Like earthquakes, these seismic shakes have been of differing strengths with a variety of effects. Some of this movement is constant and subtle, slowly shifting beneath the surface and rumbling along without creating great ripples. The well documented re-balancing of global wealth from West to East is a classic example of this, a gradual process of wealth creation in new markets. Yet some of these effects have been violent and abrupt structural changes have shaken the industry severely. Several regulatory shocks have rocked the industry in 2011, and look set to continue in 2012. This has increasingly been led by US authorities, looking to claw back taxable assets from their citizens. As many READ MORE >

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Altamount Capital
  • Coutts
  • Credit Suisse
  • DBS
  • Investec
  • Pictet
  • MORE



Foreword
1 News Review
1.1 Deutsche’s $553m US tax payout
1.2 SocGen set goal to double AUM to $150bn
1.3 Regulators block KBL sale to Hinduja
1.4 Julius Baer $72m investigation settlement
1.5 Sarasin Rabobank pact
1.6 EFG performance forces CEO shake-up
1.7 HSBC halts offshore services to US citizens
1.8 Evolution wins Evolution bidding war
1.9 Clariden Leu folds back into Credit Suisse
1.10 UBS UK managers fined £1.3m for misconduct
2 Features
2.1 Coutts’ Rory Tapner
2.2 What impact will apps have on private banking?
2.3 Country survey: Australia
2.4 Brazil widens its horizons
2.5 Market analysis: non resident Indians
2.6 Country survey: Turkey
2.7 Interview: DBS’s Tan Shu Shan
2.8 Interview: Sarasin’s Fidelis Goetz
2.9 Interview: HSBC’s Chris Meares
2.10 Credit Suisse’s plans for Asia Pacific
2.11 Family Office growth in 2011
2.12 Asian investment strategies
2.13 Interview: Yves Mirabaud
2.14 Market analysis: Asian HNW
2.15 How back office investment can reap rewards
2.16 Interview: RBC’s George Lewis
2.17 Regulatory impact analysis
2.18 Interview: Deutsche’s Salman Mahdi
2.19 Market analysis: India
2.20 Market analysis: the growth of female clients
2.21 Market analysis: Asia’s middle income clients
3 Research
3.1 South Asia’s Wealth Diaspora
3.2 The Multi-Family Office

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