Hubbis recently met with Ariel Kohelet, Managing Director, who recounted the company’s history, explained the uniqueness of its services and highlighted the company’s priorities for future growth in the Asia region.
«It will mean improved efficiency, more sharing of best practices, greater returns on our investments and enhanced client service», Ermotti said when disclosing the move.
Deconinck explains ZEDRA’s expansion plans for Asia, why the firm’s suite of services is ideally suited for the world he sees ahead and why he is passionate about causes from helping young musicians to promoting human rights.
In particular, 22% of wealth managers expect the political and economic environment in the country to make it easier for clients to create and protect wealth in 2019, as opposed to merely 11% in 2018.
China now allows foreign banks to hold controlling stakes in securities joint ventures as a major part of the country’s pledge to ease ownership curbs, especially in the trillion-dollar financial sector.