The University of Melbourne, followed by the ANU and the University of Sydney are the best at producing wealthy people, according to research by New World Wealth.
A panel of experts at the Hubbis Vietnam Wealth Management Forum 2018 discussed the evolution of the wealth management industry in Vietnam and how the industry’s prime movers can set the tone and standards for its long-term, sustainable growth.
In our opinion, Cambodia’s continued robust economic growth makes its banking system more resilient to shocks,” S&P said.
The days of firms having “a secret guy in a back room who knows this or that” no longer exist, and real value now lies in the quality of advisory, and helping clients navigate the impacts of increasingly complex
The study «Succession Planning 2018: Perceptions and Opportunities for HNWIs» was conducted from February 2018 to September 2018 included in-depth interviews with over 100 HNWIs, with special focus on Hong Kong and Singapore.
More than half (55%) of female interviewees predict they will struggle to pay for basic necessities (men: 51%), while 72% believe they will not have enough money to cover their medical and care expenses after retirement (men: 67%).
The satisfaction is even lower for the region’s ultra high net worth (UHNW) segment, or those with investable assets of at least $20m, with only 53.6% of them satisfied with their wealth manager and 44.3% satisfied with the wealth management firm