Financial Times Global Events, in association with Professional Wealth Management (PWM) and The Banker, is pleased to present the ‘Private Banking Summit 2009’.
With private banking at a cross roads - especially in Switzerland where the traditional, offshore, secrecy-led offering, is now fading away - this year’s event could not be timelier as we examine how major wealth management institutions are changing their business models to react to US and G20 attacks on banking secrecy.
Now in its fourth year, this popular annual event will also examine the move to onshore private banking and the renewed focus on asset allocation and portfolio management, as well as discussing the benefits of advisory and discretionary management, and looking closely at the advantages and disadvantages of a core-satellite approach for private clients.
Attendees will also hear from key speakers on the thematic approaches to investing and will learn about the latest opportunities in new markets in Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia.
Attracting leading figures from the private banking and wealth management communities, the ‘Private Banking Summit 2009’ will provide an intimate forum for debate and dialogue on the key issues facing the industry, with attendance limited to senior industry representatives.Programme...Registration...
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