With global markets melting and every asset class straining, wealth managers are facing an uneasy task of managing HNIs’ wealth. In such circumstances,
Brokerages in China had issued a total of 109 wealth management products with total scale of 61.5 billion yuan through December 25, of which three products were in the process of being launched, reports China Securities Journal.
The fund management house, which has A$94 billion under management including around A$35 billion in fixed income, singled out Korea, Malaysia and Indonesia.
Between now and 2016, the wealth of India’s richest is expected to treble and many of these wealthy individuals are eager to invest in alternative asset classes, claims AAA.
Lone Star, which won control of Korea Exchange Bank in 2003 when no local lenders were interested, spent more than five years entangled by courts, regulators and lawmakers as the fund incited public backlash over the profits on its investment.
Despite giddy Chinese art prices showing some strain from global economic uncertainty, collectors like Lo think values will continue to rise due to limited supply and continued strong demand as Asian collectors become more affluent.
Quam Private Wealth officially commenced its business on 13th December in Hong Kong, taking full advantage of the territory as an international financial hub while knitting together mainland's emerging opulent elites.
The bank is also looking to expand its private banking, energy and commodities and trade clearing businesses, Mr Hugues Delcourt said in Singapore.
In a 2007 survey, only farmers felt that wealth distribution was fair, possibly because the government rescinded agricultural taxes and began to provide tuition waivers for rural students in 2006, Zheng said.
A study by Kotak Wealth Management and Crisil estimates that there are around 62,000 UHNIs in India as of 2010-11, which is poised to rise to 219,000 by 2015-16, reflecting a total net worth of Rs235 trillion.
Sovereign wealth funds are seeking to hold more local-currency emerging bonds as a strategic allocation while central banks want to raise their exposure to higher-rated emerging economies such as Singapore, Chile, Brazil, Peru and South Africa, Trigo Paz