It’s rare that questions of honor are raised in the buyout industry. But according to Tom Murphy, who manages investments for as many as 40 of Australia’s richest families, it’s time they were.
What this means is that investors - whether retail traders, gold exchange-traded funds (ETFs), or private banking clients - will soon be able to trade and store their gold in Singapore free of GST.
Roughly $96 billion in assets ranging from entire businesses to portfolios of loans, have been put up for sale, a banker who has been pitched the deals in Asia said.
The markets included 300 individuals from Singapore with an average annual income of S$159, 290 (US$126,000).
A Belgian national, has spent 14 years in management positions at the company, including spells as chief operating officer and head of international banking and products for Morgan Stanley’s wealth-management unit.
Looking ahead, however, respondents placed a greater emphasis on advice, with 90% expecting financial companies to educate them in relation to investment and wealth strategies.
Affluent Singaporean investors remain bullish on Asia, but see more potential in regions like the Middle East and Africa (MEA), as well as North and Latin America, in the longer term, according to a survey by Standard Chartered Bank and Scorpio Partnershi
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Osama Abbasi, Asia Pacific chief executive officer at Credit Suisse Group AG, talks about the company's business strategy for the region and the Asian investment conference that the bank is hosting this week in Hong Kong.
KEB is considering enhancing “the private banking business, focused on wealthy Koreans residing in countries such as Japan, Indonesia and Hong Kong.”
A 32-year bull run in the global bond market is hitting a turning point and transforming into a slow, structural bear market, according to Neal.