High net worth individuals (hnwi)
BBVA The strong position occupied by BBVA in the Spanish market derives from its internal private banking clients and the mass retail products sold through its branch network and third-party distributors...
Banks in Asia are increasingly relying on the pricing and execution power of their electronic platforms to keep their structured products operations competitive. But as more strive towards the low costs...
Banks are increasingly using their IT infrastructure to increase their competitive advantage. Learn how this can work in practice.
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Absa Capital has steadily expanded its structured products range in the past few years and is optimistic that new product offerings supported by parent company Barclays’ house views on strategy will push demand for structured products even further....
As the regulatory environment gets tougher for UK retail banks, some industry figures warn of an exodus of IFAs from the retail market in order to target high-net-worth investors
Transparency and simplicity remain a key theme for structured product providers in Germany and Switzerland, where even high-net-worth-individual accounts at private banks want simple payouts and low counterparty risk. By Michael Marray
Alternative assets – including structured products, private equity and funds – are expected to grow at a rate of 100% per annum in India, according to a wealth report that gives insight into the scope and breadth of the structured products market...
The chief executive of UBS Wealth Management Asia-Pacific speaks about the dynamics shaping the private wealth management business in Asia, and how UBS addresses client expectations in an environment where returns are increasingly hard-won
Fund management companies in China are offering structured listed open-ended funds (Lofs) to high-net-worth retail investors, with some funds pushing leveraged multi-asset products traded both on exchanges and OTC simultaneously. The latest proposed structures...
The Asia-Pacific region has accounted for 54% of all new global wealth creation since 2010 and emerging markets are set to drive global wealth creation during the next five years, according to Credit Suisse's annual Global Wealth Report
This handy guide reviews the various steps banks are taking to improve their risk management techniques, looking at the benefits and pitfalls of each one.
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