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Another look at HSBC's wealth management activities 27/02/2015
The activities of HSBC Global Private Banking (GPB), and in particular its Swiss operations, have dominated the headlines during February, especially in the general media. But GPB does not comprise the sum total of HSBC’s wealth management activities. Nor is it necessarily the most important, especially in terms of revenues, profits and client assets under management.

Who is the new power behind the throne at Coutts? 26/02/2015
The future of Coutts, at least for the near-term will be very much in the hands of a top RBS executive, Donald Workman, the 2014 earnings announcements from the bank make clear this morning.

A Greek default is nothing to be afraid of - Brown Shipley CIO 19/02/2015
Brown Shipley’s chief investment officer Kevin Doran is sanguine on EU investment prospects despite Greek negotiations rocking the boat.

The week on eprivateclient 16/02/2015
A look back at the stories featured in eprivateclient last week

Franco/US tie up for two asset managers 11/02/2015
La Française, a French multi-class asset manager is to take a 49.9 percent interest in Alger Management, an affiliate of Fred Alger Management, a US asset management firm with about $22 billion under management.

Edmond de Rothschild takes the helm on yachting tieup 11/02/2015
Edmond de Rothschild Group says it has become the first wealth management partner of the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, one of the premier yachting clubs in Asia.

Close Brothers Asset Management creates senior family business role 10/02/2015
Close Brothers Asset Management (CBAM) has appointed James Mallinson to the newly created role of director of family business.

Have HSBC's Republic National and Safra Republic acquisitions destroyed value? 10/02/2015
thewealthnet is not one of the 50 media outlets around the world that received copies of the thousands of pages of HSBC client data along with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, the Guardian and the BBC from Le Monde, a French newspaper. So it is unable to establish both the nature and provenance of the claims that HSBC helped its Swiss private banking clients to evade tax or launder money. More information will almost certainly come to light in the plethora of legal actions that are either ongoing, or will almost certainly be unleashed as a result of the information contained in the documents.

Manulife merges wealth and asset management divisions in Asia 09/02/2015
Manulife has brought its wealth and asset management divisions under one umbrella with the appointment of Michael Dommermuth to the position of head of wealth and asset management, Asia.

London Stock Exchange Group to sell asset manager 09/02/2015
London Stock Exchange Group is to sell Russell Investments, an investment management firm.

 
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