Having recently opened an office in Hong Kong, GWM has announced it plans to extend further across Asia with new operations based in Malaysia, Singapore and mainland China.
It’s more or less the model of much investment banking business, from mergers to IPOs, where banks charge pretty customary fees and market themselves not on price but on providing the best objective advice, though of course even there most of what y
The Korea Institute of Finance, a state-run think tank, said in a report on Sunday that the country’s private banking market needs a revision to the related law to bolster growth and stay competitive in the long term.
Singapore will end a program that allows wealthy individuals to gain permanent residence quicker by putting money in the island, after an influx of foreigners in recent years spurred property prices and fueled voter anger.
Capitalizing on the continuing secular shift of global economic power from West to East was the dominant topic at the recently-concluded Wigmore Association Summit, a semiannual global collaboration of the chief investment officers of six family offices r
The survey presents the results of the Deutsche Bank research chair’s foundation paper – a dynamic asset-liability management (ALM) model developed to guide asset allocation and risk management decisions at the SWF level, and describes the res
While in terms of their current geopolitical interests, histories and cultures, Russia and China are vastly different, their super-rich share many common traits.
The number of Asians with at least $100 million in disposable assets overtook North America’s tally for the first time as the world’s “economic center of gravity” continued moving east, Citi said today in the report published in pa
Starting today, StarBizWeek features a column on personal finance called Money & You, which will focus on money matters as they relate to YOU. Our two writers will take turns every fortnight to shed light on personal finance matters.
The broker wars of 2012 are heating up as a foreign invader tries to crack the U.S., Asian, British and Latin American markets.
Every year, hundreds of Chinese private bankers gather in Hongqiao, a nondescript corner of smog-shrouded Shanghai, to learn the basics of wealth management.
Hong Kong’s private banking industry is in talks with the government and regulators seeking the removal of some red tape and compliance requirements implemented after the financial crisis, to help it sell products to more of the region’s multi