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Paris-based asset manager targets international expansion with London hire 27/01/2015

Two family offices set global alliance 27/01/2015
Two family wealth advisory groups have established an alliance to broaden their capability to serve wealthy families from all over the world.

Lombard Odier starts charging clients negative interest on cash 21/01/2015
Lombard Odier is to charge private banking clients negative interest rates on cash balances over CHF 100,000 as a result of the Swiss National Bank decision to abandon the franc/euro cap and cut its own deposit rate.

The extraordinary metamorphosis of Morgan Stanley 21/01/2015
Over the years many banking and financial services firms have expressed a desire to expand their wealth management activities in both absolute terms and relative to the size of their core activities. Very firms have achieved this aim. After a few years of frantic expansion “core values” seem to have a habit of reasserting themselves with wealth management reassuming its position as a more peripheral activity. There is arguably, however, one significant exception to this trend in the form of New York-based Morgan Stanley.

Two Luxembourg-based firms sign Swiss and Belgian private banking deals 20/01/2015
Banque Internationale à Luxembourg (BIL) and KBL European Private Bankers (KBL epb) have signed two agreements regarding their private banking operations in Switzerland and Belgium.

Julius Baer confident despite Swiss Franc turmoil 19/01/2015
Julius Baer has denied it has been negatively affected by the appreciation in the Swiss Franc (CHF).

Santander private bank reorganises and appoints new head 19/01/2015
Santander is to reduce its corporate structure from 15 divisions to 11.

Signia to proceed with Swiss initiative despite departure of chief executive and other senior staff 16/01/2015
It seems that Nathalie Dauriac-Stoebe, a co-founder and former chief executive of London-based Signia Wealth, was not the only senior executive to quit the firm on 12 December 2014 (see thewealthnet 05/01/2015).

Standard Chartered closing a European private banking operation 15/01/2015
Standard Chartered is running down its Geneva-based private bank after apparently failing to find a buyer for the business.

Towry enters into partnership with magazine aimed at professional footballers 14/01/2015
Wealth advisory firm Towry has formed a new partnership with Professional Player magazine.

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