Private Wealth Management Asia 2010
Restoring client trust, retaining talent and developing strategies to capture Asia’s growing private wealth
The combined wealth of Asia Pacific’s HNWIs is estimated to grow at an annual rate of 8.8% until 2018, faster than the global average of 7.1%, with China, India and Indonesia likely to lead HNWI growth in Asia Pacific, underpinned by robust domestic consumption and a growing number of affluent individuals.
However, wealth management firms and private banks are being challenged post-crisis to refine business models and capabilities. With increased stringency of regulations, investors choosing simpler products over exotic instruments and demanding short term returns, private banks are dealing with tremendous challenges and the possibility of thinning profit margins.
Finance IQ’s Private Wealth Management Summit Asia will return with an agenda that will discuss the timeliest of issues, and will reveal the strategies that impact the growth and sustainability of Asia’s private banking and wealth management industry.
Key themes include:
- Regulations – overcoming challenges posed by the lack of segmentation in the regulatory requirements
- Evolution of client needs – strategic drivers for your product mix
- Client acquisition and retention best practices in the North & South Asia markets
- Rebuilding client trust and increasing market share in private banking
- Closing the private banking talent gap – talent acquisition and preservation strategies
- Incentive structures – striking a balance between the packages offered to advisors and the revenue they generate
- Chief Information Officer Panel – revisiting the role of IT in private wealth management
Private Wealth Management Summit Asia 2010 is more than an annual conference; it is a forum for year long discussion between thought-leaders and new entrants.
Who will you meet at the event:
|Private Banks/Family Offices/ Independent Financial Advisors
||Regulators/ Monetary Authorities
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