Private banking professionals at Citi, DBS, Deutsche Bank, HSBC and UBS identify diversification benefits from alternative investments.
Private banking professionals at Citi, DBS, Deutsche Bank, HSBC and UBS discuss fixed income in the wake of the economic damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic
Private banking professionals at HSBC, Deutsche Bank, UBS, DBS and Citi reveal opportunities in the wake of economic damage wrought by the coronavirus.
Other firms also say they have not seen any transfer of money outside of Hong Kong that are linked to the protests.
As stock market volatility continues, DBS Bank advises clients to cash out part of their equity holdings and take a wait-and-see approach, according to Hou Wey Fook, chief investment officer.
Value Partners hires, The Dow, DBS fintech, Emerging market exits, Banker’s Club horrors, Risk ratings, Coming to Asia, Advertising from M&G and Fidelity and much more…
SSGA hires, DBS loses and so does EFG; Blackrock gathers; Man buys back; Spy looks at Fees; Bond market discipline; advertising from Schroders, Old Mutual GI, Invesco and much more.
Changes at Mornington and at Mirae; DBS PB focuses on tech; Mercer thinks lowly of multi-asset; Nexus exits; Lady luck; AI is not so bright; Teasing advisers and much, much more.
DBS Bank and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Singapore have teamed up in a bid to build a sustainable talent pool of wealth management associates.
DBS Hong Kong experienced a 35% decline in profit to HK$4bn ($520m) in 2016, in large part as a result of renminbi depreciation and China’s looser monetary policy.