LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The private banking industry is seeing a rise in demand for various financial products from the growing number of high net worth individuals (HNWIs), particularly in the Asia Pacific. The emergence of a new segment of wealthy individuals has spurred the interest of many major competitors in the sector. Moreover, the growing diversification of wealthy clientele has attracted considerable attention among key competitors, resulting in the emergence of new opportunities. The private banking and wealth management industry is starting to focus more on client service and value delivery for this segment.
New market research report “Evaluation of Financial Products in Private Banking” elaborated by Timetric offers unbiased insights into the investment and wealth allocation practices of HNWIs, as well as the challenges encountered by wealth management advisers and firms in serving the affluent. It examines offshore private banking and offshore opportunities, along with the pitfalls of offshore assets and investments. A special focus is laid on major private banks in the Americas, EMEA and the Asia-Pacific. The study also provides an enhanced understanding of the key issues in the private banking industry such as trust, besides examining investment opportunities in emerging markets.
Title: Evaluation of Financial Products in Private Banking
Published: October, 2012
Price: US$ 3,800.00
1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2 FINANCIAL PRODUCT EVOLUTION: AN OVERVIEW OF CURRENCY FINANCIAL PRODUCT OFFERINGS IN PRIVATE BANKING
2.1 Issues and Concerns Faced by the Industry: Practices of the Financial Banking Industry
2.2 Growing Optimism in Emerging Markets: Asia-Pacific’s Financial Market on the Rise
2.3 Business Model Modifications: Regulatory Requirements and Client Needs Adjustments
2.4 Tax Issues in Offshore Private Banking
2.5 Future Wealth Distribution and Segmentation
2.6 Financial Wealth of HNWIs
2.7 Population Growth of HNWI
2.8 Financial Characteristics of HNWIs: Segmentation and Categorizing the Rich
2.9 Financial Capacities of HNWIs: Where Does the Money Come From?
2.1 Asset Management and Investment Behavior of HNWIs and UHNWIs
2.11 Asset Management Behavior of HNWIs: Changing Behavior and Investment Inclination of the Affluent
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