Six Must-Knows for Wealth Advisors in 2016

Traditional wealth management firms may be lagging behind their upstart rivals in client service, particularly in servicing the digital demands of today’s customers.


Chinese Investors Are Swimming in a Bubble

JPMorgan Chase and BlackRock disagree about China's stock bubble. The former says last week's 13 percent share plunge is a reason to buy; the latter sees things "deflating quite rapidly."


UK Engaging the Chinese Private Sector Report 2015

Britain has become the number one destination of choice for education for Chinese high net wealth families, and the year 2015 has seen a substantial rise of Chinese investment in Britain


Demand grows for Hong Kong domiciled funds

The number of Hong Kong-domiciled funds rose 27% year-on-year on the back of the introduction of the mutual recognition of funds (MRF) scheme between the Mainland and Hong Kong, which will go online in July.


World's wealthiest people to own $70tn in assets by 2017

The assets of the richest people on the planet grew more "modestly" in 2014 than in previous years, but there's no real cause for concern – less than 1% of the world's population are still tipped to be collectively worth some $70