Opinion on Wealth Management and Private Banking in North America

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Why investment banks are of utmost importance to wealth managers

Recent issues have brought investment banking into the spotlight and have led some large global wealth managers to redefine the focus of their businesses. In the post financial crisis environment the reputation of investment banking has been shattered, but wealth managers simply cannot justify closing investment banking operations.

Published By Datamonitor
05 Jan 2012
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What conclusions can be drawn from the net inflows at Credit Suisse Private Banking?

Credit Suisse has announced strong net inflows within its private wealth management unit. In Q1 2012, net inflows from wealth management clients reached CHF5.8bn, up 45.0% on Q4 2011. The origins of the new assets highlight a number of characteristics that define the global wealth management industry in 2012.

Published By Datamonitor
30 Apr 2012
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Wells Fargo launches Abbot Downing brand to serve the US UHNW market, a highly lucrative segment

The new Abbot Downing brand has been launched by Wells Fargo and is aimed at the growing UHNW market in the US. According to Datamonitor figures, this market is set to grow considerably through to 2015, which could lead to the brand holding a strong position among wealth managers in the future.

Published By Datamonitor
12 Apr 2012
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Wealth managers one downturn from losing clients

Global economic growth is suffering yet another bout of wobbles. Wealth managers are at risk of losing business and must invest in client relationships now, so that they can retain clients when the economic storm clouds inevitably gather once again.

Published By Datamonitor
29 Oct 2014
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Wealth managers need to join the mobile bandwagon

Private wealth managers are by necessity more cautious than the rest of the financial services market, as they are responsible for the preservation and growth of their clients' money. As such, technological innovation comes slow to the market. However, the mobile banking revolution is unfolding so fast that wealth managers have to develop a mobile strategy or risk losing affluent customers.

Published By Datamonitor
01 Mar 2013
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Wealth managers finally getting social

After a slow initial take-up wealth managers are catching on to the idea of social media, with significantly more client contact taking place via this communication channel in 2013.

Published By Datamonitor
29 Jan 2014
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Wealth management: the rush to pick up the pieces

The global wealth management market is now seeing a number of M&A deals, with Kleinwort Benson and parts of ING's private banking division now under the hammer. Yet the actual number of top-tier businesses coming to market remains small and competition for these assets is becoming fierce as more wealth managers get back on their feet, making it essential to move cautiously and strategically.

Published By Datamonitor
30 Sep 2009
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Wealth management IT spending to top $28 billion by 2012

The mass affluent market remains a growth opportunity for the banking sector as the asset base of typical investors grows. According to Datamonitor research, spending by financial services firms on front-to-back wealth management IT in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific will reach $28.5 billion by 2012 as they increase investment in the technology to cope with regulations and stay competitive.

Published By Datamonitor
25 Oct 2007
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Wealth advisors can use technology to justify cost of advice

In an era where the cost of advice is becoming more transparent and needs to be justified, wealth advisors can utilize technology to make their offering more appealing to HNW individuals.

Published By Datamonitor
27 Jun 2013
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Wall Street: despised by Americans, according to Bloomberg

The recent Bloomberg National Poll reveals negative consumer sentiment towards the banking community is still present in the US, with over 50% of those surveyed expressing an unfavorable opinion about these institutions. However, Datamonitor's Financial Services Consumer Insight survey may bring some reassurance to industry players.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Mar 2010

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