Opinion on Wealth Management and Private Banking in Ireland

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Julius Baer and Bank of America Merrill Lynch: shaking up the world order of global wealth managers?

Julius Baer has agreed to acquire Merrill Lynch's non-US wealth management operations from Bank of America. The deal is sizable, seeing Julius Baer boost AUM by around 40%, and could see it edge into the top 10 largest wealth managers globally. Despite the divestment, Bank of America is set to remain as the third largest wealth manager in the world, thanks to its significant US operations.

Published By Datamonitor
15 Aug 2012
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Irish mutual funds outperform the market

Buoyant growth in Ireland's onshore retail mutual fund industry in 2012 has significantly boosted the country's overall retail investment market. Looking ahead, more growth is yet to come in the years to 2017.

Published By Datamonitor
05 Jul 2013
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Ireland's wealth market to outperform the rest of the PIIGS

The wealth markets in Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece, and Spain (PIIGS) are among the worst performers at a global level, highlighting the difficulties faced by some of the traditional wealth markets. Western Europe as a whole has performed poorly in recent years, and the outlook up to 2015 is now even bleaker, with downward developments looking increasingly likely.

Published By Datamonitor
25 May 2012
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High net worth investors' high exposure to sovereign debt should be a major cause for concern

The passage of legislation in the US to raise the debt ceiling will be welcomed by investors worldwide, but US Treasuries are not out of the woods yet and Europe's debt faces further downgrades. This is bad news for the eurozone's high net worth investors, who hold 13% of their wealth in these supposedly "safe-as-houses" investments.

Published By Datamonitor
03 Aug 2011

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