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Get set for a protracted battle for BHF Kleinwort Benson 28/07/2015
Contested takeovers still tend to be relatively rare on mainland Europe, unlike the case in the UK and US. But the early signs are that the attempt of Shanghai-based Fosun International to acquire full control of the shares in Brussels-listed BHF Kleinwort Kleinwort Benson Group (BHFKB) that it doesn’t already own through an unsolicited cash offer may be rebuffed.

More trouble ahead at BHF Kleinwort Benson, part 2 27/07/2015

Let us worship at private banking and wealth management's Tower of Babel 24/07/2015
Analysis of Credit Suisse's Q2 results

Investec Wealth and Investment Management: the UK's consolidator king 22/07/2015

J.P Morgan provides yet another take on ‘assets under management' 17/07/2015
Analysis of the data contained in the earnings supplement appended to J.P. Morgan Chase’s second quarter results provides yet another perspective on the definition of “assets under management”, the wealth management sector’s preferred metric.

Does providing credit really give banks advantages in securing custom from rich investors? 16/07/2015
At first sight the ability to provide credit should at least provide a positional advantage to aspirational private banking and wealth management firms. Rich people tend to be more leveraged than other segments of the population, notwithstanding their greater wealth.

Change, disruption and the advent of robo advisers and managers: this time it could be different 15/07/2015

Greek deal gets cautious welcome from Schroders and M&G 15/07/2015
Markets have cheered a short-term rapprochement between Greece and its creditors. Although the details are still emerging, it appears Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has agreed to a further swathe of austerity measures, plus tax and pensions reforms in exchange for a new three-year bailout worth EUR 86 billion. To what extent does this signal an end to Greece’s problems?

Disruption is the new default for wealth managers 13/07/2015
Questions about the future direction of the wealth management sector could always be relied upon to generate a collective yawn, especially from weary cynics (like this writer). For the answers proffered by the “experts” have always tended to remain the same with particular emphasis placed on “more consolidation”.

China troubles are a buying opportunity 13/07/2015
At a time of financial and economic reform, China’s recent stock market bubble that appears to have burst since mid-June comes as no great surprise and if anything is a clear buying opportunity as the long-term investment case for the country appears more robust than ever.

 
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