• UBS Wealth Management - Best global private bank - Global Private Private Banking Awards 2014

    At this year's Global Private Banking Awards ceremony in Geneva, Kathy Shih, head of Wealth Management Asia Pacific at UBS talks to Yuri Bender about the bank's growth strategy, managing costs and its multi-centre approach in Asia in 2014.

    published: 01 Dec 2014
  • HKSI e-Seminar - Private Banking and Wealth Management Trends in Asia

    Private Banking is becoming one of the most fast-growing businesses in the Hong Kong finance industry. But how do the private bankers perform? What needs to be paid attention to in the coming year? In this e-Seminar, Ms Emily Lam, Private Banking Advisory Services Partner of PwC Hong Kong, highlights the findings of a survey "Asia-Pacific Private Banking Survey 2011" to HKSI members and practitioners. The first seminar chapter was uploaded to Youtube for public access. HKSI Members can view the full version of this seminar in our e-Seminar Platform. Want to become our member? Please visit www.hksi.org/membership for details, or contact 852-3120-6170 or member@hksi.org for inquiries This chapter is uploaded to Youtube for public access

    published: 11 Jun 2012
  • Private banks assist Asian clients shop for foreign property

    As more wealthy Asians seek to buy property overseas as an investment or short-term residence, their private bankers are only too happy to help, according to a recent article in the New York Times. Indeed, the wealth management divisions of banks are reporting a brisk business in setting up short-term revolving loans for property purchases. The term is usually five years, renewable annually after that, and the interest rate is set individually in accordance with the borrower's credit profile. Given the low interest rates in the region, it makes sense for clients to borrow against property and use the cash for investments to generate higher returns. Another goal is to take advantage of low interest rates on loans, and to borrow in Asian currencies that have appreciated smartly in recent ...

    published: 02 Mar 2013
  • Private Banking Expansion in Singapore

    Taking advantage of the flow of capital out of the West and positioned at the centre of fast-growing economies, Singapore emerges as one of the hottest destinations for wealth. Singapore is focused on attracting high net worth individuals with major spending on infrastructure. Singapore's Duxton Hill has transformed from a red-light district to a high-finance haven. It's now a squeaky clean city-state of five million people, and is fast emerging as one of the world's hottest destinations for wealth. Foreigners who have been in Singapore for more than 10 years notice the vast changes. [Mark Fletcher, Attorney]: "I was here in '95 and '96, and it had a reputation for being a little bit dull, which it wasn't even then. And if it wasn't then it certainly isn't now. It's a fantasti...

    published: 13 Oct 2010
  • Investment Banking Firm Asia-Pacific | Private Equity Firm In Malaysia

    If you are planning a start a new business but need a best financial company without any hassle in Malaysia. Call us at 60-3 2711-7211. For more information visit here http://www.celadon.asia/view_projects.php.

    published: 30 Aug 2014
  • What is ADB's Office of Public-Private Partnership?

    Find out more about how ADB's Office of Public-Private Partnership works and why public-private partnerships are key to regional economic are key to Asia and the Pacific's economic growth.

    published: 21 Jan 2016
  • Relationship bank: Societe Generale Asia Pacific – TV 30’s

    Societe Generale, a leading financial institution committed to Asia Pacific.

    published: 28 Nov 2016
  • Ho Yin Lee (MD, Asia Pacific TMT Investment Banking Group at Citi) QuickBeats at NPC2016

    Ho Yin Lee (MD, Asia Pacific TMT Investment Banking Group at Citi) in conversation with BlogBeats at Taj Vivanta, Yeshwanthpur, during Nasscom Product Conclave 2016.

    published: 11 Nov 2016
  • Infrastructure In the Asia Pacific

    The Scholl Chair at CSIS is partnering with the National Center for APEC to host a conference on infrastructure in the Asia-Pacific region. The event will provide a stock take of the regional infrastructure environment, identify barriers to private sector investment, discuss potential solutions, and consider how organizations like APEC can help move these projects forward. Keynote Address: The Honorable Leocadia I. Zak Director U.S. Trade and Development Agency Introduction by: Monica Hardy Whaley President National Center for APEC Presentation: Infrastructure Outlook in APEC Peter Raymond North America Leader, Capital Projects and Infrastructure PricewaterhouseCoopers Panel Discussion: Finding Solutions C. Lawrence Greenwood, Jr. Senior Managing Director of Government Relations, Japan ...

    published: 17 Dec 2014
  • Citigroup Private Bank Ad: Integrity & Stability

    Citigroup Private Bank TV Commercial 2003, Featuring Ed Montero.

    published: 28 Mar 2016
  • UOB Private Bank ‘Bicycle’ TV Commercial

    published: 01 Jun 2016
  • Did You Know? Asian Development Bank

    Have you ever stopped to think about how a development bank works? The Asian Development Bank has been around for nearly 50 years now, but how does it go about reducing poverty and promoting prosperity in the Asia Pacific region?

    published: 06 Mar 2017
  • Societe Generale Private Banking

    2nd Rendezvous With French Cinema

    published: 09 Nov 2012
  • Singapore to pass Switzerland as largest Offshore Baniking center

    Latest research from Timetric finds that Singapore is the fastest growing wealth centre in the Asia Pacific region and that Singapore will overtake Switzerland as the largest global offshore private banking market by 2020. The firm writes: "With Assets under Management (AuM) of US$550 billion at the end of 2011, new research reveals that Singapore is the fastest growing wealth centre in the world, and will be the largest offshore private banking market by 2020. This reflects the significant disparity in the performance of the HNWI sectors in the Asia-Pacific region and the rest of the world, and suggests a bright future for HNWIs in the region." The research covered the high net worth individual (HNWI) populations in 13 Asia Pacific countries, focusing on HNWI performance between 2007 (th...

    published: 10 Apr 2013
  • 50 Stories of ADB’s Partnerships in Asia and the Pacific

    published: 03 Aug 2017
  • 6th Asia-Pacific Base Oil, Lubricant & Grease Conference: Fan Cheuk Wan

    6th Asia-Pacific Base OIl, Lubricant & Grease Conference 2012 Asian Economic Outlook Fan Cheuk Wan Managing Director Head of Research Asia Pacific Private Banking Abstract Looking back at 2011, fears of inflation, asset bubble risk and policy tightening were the key macro concerns in Asia. Looking ahead, we see reduced tail risk of a disorderly Greek debt default and EMU (European Economic and Monetary Union) break-up while the Eurozone sovereign debt crisis is expected to muddle through in 2012. Asia is impacted by Europe via two main channels: the financial and the economic effects. On financial contagion, we think that the impact can be contained due to very limited exposure of Asian banks and institutions to peripheral sovereign debt in Europe. On the economic effects, Europe acco...

    published: 24 Sep 2012
UBS Wealth Management - Best global private bank - Global Private Private Banking Awards 2014

UBS Wealth Management - Best global private bank - Global Private Private Banking Awards 2014

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  • Updated: 01 Dec 2014
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At this year's Global Private Banking Awards ceremony in Geneva, Kathy Shih, head of Wealth Management Asia Pacific at UBS talks to Yuri Bender about the bank's growth strategy, managing costs and its multi-centre approach in Asia in 2014.
https://wn.com/Ubs_Wealth_Management_Best_Global_Private_Bank_Global_Private_Private_Banking_Awards_2014
HKSI e-Seminar - Private Banking and Wealth Management Trends in Asia

HKSI e-Seminar - Private Banking and Wealth Management Trends in Asia

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  • Duration: 15:03
  • Updated: 11 Jun 2012
  • views: 2245
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Private Banking is becoming one of the most fast-growing businesses in the Hong Kong finance industry. But how do the private bankers perform? What needs to be paid attention to in the coming year? In this e-Seminar, Ms Emily Lam, Private Banking Advisory Services Partner of PwC Hong Kong, highlights the findings of a survey "Asia-Pacific Private Banking Survey 2011" to HKSI members and practitioners. The first seminar chapter was uploaded to Youtube for public access. HKSI Members can view the full version of this seminar in our e-Seminar Platform. Want to become our member? Please visit www.hksi.org/membership for details, or contact 852-3120-6170 or member@hksi.org for inquiries This chapter is uploaded to Youtube for public access
https://wn.com/Hksi_E_Seminar_Private_Banking_And_Wealth_Management_Trends_In_Asia
Private banks assist Asian clients shop for foreign property

Private banks assist Asian clients shop for foreign property

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  • Duration: 1:47
  • Updated: 02 Mar 2013
  • views: 58792
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As more wealthy Asians seek to buy property overseas as an investment or short-term residence, their private bankers are only too happy to help, according to a recent article in the New York Times. Indeed, the wealth management divisions of banks are reporting a brisk business in setting up short-term revolving loans for property purchases. The term is usually five years, renewable annually after that, and the interest rate is set individually in accordance with the borrower's credit profile. Given the low interest rates in the region, it makes sense for clients to borrow against property and use the cash for investments to generate higher returns. Another goal is to take advantage of low interest rates on loans, and to borrow in Asian currencies that have appreciated smartly in recent years against Western ones like the U.S. dollar and the British pound. According to a survey published this year by the real estate agency Cluttons and the consulting firm VPC Asia Pacific, about 57 percent of wealthy investors named London as their top target market for property purchases. Investors surveyed in Kuala Lumpur and Singapore identified the central London residential market as their primary target for offshore investments, while wealthy investors in Bangkok ranked London behind Rangoon, Burma, and wealthy Indonesians placed London in third position, after Singapore and Australia.
https://wn.com/Private_Banks_Assist_Asian_Clients_Shop_For_Foreign_Property
Private Banking Expansion in Singapore

Private Banking Expansion in Singapore

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  • Updated: 13 Oct 2010
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Taking advantage of the flow of capital out of the West and positioned at the centre of fast-growing economies, Singapore emerges as one of the hottest destinations for wealth. Singapore is focused on attracting high net worth individuals with major spending on infrastructure. Singapore's Duxton Hill has transformed from a red-light district to a high-finance haven. It's now a squeaky clean city-state of five million people, and is fast emerging as one of the world's hottest destinations for wealth. Foreigners who have been in Singapore for more than 10 years notice the vast changes. [Mark Fletcher, Attorney]: "I was here in '95 and '96, and it had a reputation for being a little bit dull, which it wasn't even then. And if it wasn't then it certainly isn't now. It's a fantastic place. So much new development, the equivalent of the London Eye over there and this sky tower is just fantastic." Singapore's central bank estimates overall assets under management in the city are up about 40 percent from a year ago. [Anton Casey, Wealth Manager]: "I think Singapore has positioned itself very well, in terms of capturing all the flow of assets from out of Switzerland. You've got Zurich, Geneva, Lugano, the major financial centres in Switzerland, and a lot of people are now preferring the Asian story. To try and bring their wealth out and capitalize on all the opportunities out here." The big players, including Swiss giants UBS AG and Credit Suisse are looking to expand into the Asia-Pacific region in the next few years. The end of a decades-long ban on casinos about five years ago was a turning point. [Anton Casey, Wealth Manager]: "You know I would have never believed that we would have two massive casinos here when I first arrived here 10 years ago. But here we are, we are sitting on the roof of one now. And if you look around the bay you got all the new skyscrapers, all the new banks, wealth management firms all here, so it's really kicked off and the Gran Prix had helped a lot as well." Singapore is spending billions on infrastructure in its drive to continue attracting the best and brightest.
https://wn.com/Private_Banking_Expansion_In_Singapore
Investment Banking Firm Asia-Pacific | Private Equity Firm In Malaysia

Investment Banking Firm Asia-Pacific | Private Equity Firm In Malaysia

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  • Updated: 30 Aug 2014
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If you are planning a start a new business but need a best financial company without any hassle in Malaysia. Call us at 60-3 2711-7211. For more information visit here http://www.celadon.asia/view_projects.php.
https://wn.com/Investment_Banking_Firm_Asia_Pacific_|_Private_Equity_Firm_In_Malaysia
What is ADB's Office of Public-Private Partnership?

What is ADB's Office of Public-Private Partnership?

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  • Duration: 3:25
  • Updated: 21 Jan 2016
  • views: 1185
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Find out more about how ADB's Office of Public-Private Partnership works and why public-private partnerships are key to regional economic are key to Asia and the Pacific's economic growth.
https://wn.com/What_Is_Adb's_Office_Of_Public_Private_Partnership
Relationship bank: Societe Generale Asia Pacific –  TV 30’s

Relationship bank: Societe Generale Asia Pacific – TV 30’s

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  • Updated: 28 Nov 2016
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Societe Generale, a leading financial institution committed to Asia Pacific.
https://wn.com/Relationship_Bank_Societe_Generale_Asia_Pacific_–_Tv_30’S
Ho Yin Lee (MD, Asia Pacific TMT Investment Banking Group at Citi) QuickBeats at NPC2016

Ho Yin Lee (MD, Asia Pacific TMT Investment Banking Group at Citi) QuickBeats at NPC2016

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  • Updated: 11 Nov 2016
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Ho Yin Lee (MD, Asia Pacific TMT Investment Banking Group at Citi) in conversation with BlogBeats at Taj Vivanta, Yeshwanthpur, during Nasscom Product Conclave 2016.
https://wn.com/Ho_Yin_Lee_(Md,_Asia_Pacific_Tmt_Investment_Banking_Group_At_Citi)_Quickbeats_At_Npc2016
Infrastructure In the Asia Pacific

Infrastructure In the Asia Pacific

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  • Updated: 17 Dec 2014
  • views: 614
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The Scholl Chair at CSIS is partnering with the National Center for APEC to host a conference on infrastructure in the Asia-Pacific region. The event will provide a stock take of the regional infrastructure environment, identify barriers to private sector investment, discuss potential solutions, and consider how organizations like APEC can help move these projects forward. Keynote Address: The Honorable Leocadia I. Zak Director U.S. Trade and Development Agency Introduction by: Monica Hardy Whaley President National Center for APEC Presentation: Infrastructure Outlook in APEC Peter Raymond North America Leader, Capital Projects and Infrastructure PricewaterhouseCoopers Panel Discussion: Finding Solutions C. Lawrence Greenwood, Jr. Senior Managing Director of Government Relations, Japan MetLife, Inc Kamran M. Khan Vice President, Compact Operations Millennium Challenge Corporation Alexia Latortue Deputy Assistant Secretary for Development Policy & Debt U.S. Department of Treasury Craig Steffensen Representative, North American Representative Office Asian Development Bank Moderator: Scott Miller Senior Adviser and Scholl Chair in International Business CSIS https://csis.org/event/infrastructure-asia-pacific-0
https://wn.com/Infrastructure_In_The_Asia_Pacific
Citigroup Private Bank Ad: Integrity & Stability

Citigroup Private Bank Ad: Integrity & Stability

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  • Duration: 0:31
  • Updated: 28 Mar 2016
  • views: 162
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UOB Private Bank ‘Bicycle’ TV Commercial

UOB Private Bank ‘Bicycle’ TV Commercial

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  • Updated: 01 Jun 2016
  • views: 19825
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https://wn.com/Uob_Private_Bank_‘Bicycle’_Tv_Commercial
Did You Know? Asian Development Bank

Did You Know? Asian Development Bank

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  • Duration: 3:24
  • Updated: 06 Mar 2017
  • views: 1864
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Have you ever stopped to think about how a development bank works? The Asian Development Bank has been around for nearly 50 years now, but how does it go about reducing poverty and promoting prosperity in the Asia Pacific region?
https://wn.com/Did_You_Know_Asian_Development_Bank
Societe Generale Private Banking

Societe Generale Private Banking

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  • Updated: 09 Nov 2012
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Singapore to pass Switzerland as largest Offshore Baniking center

Singapore to pass Switzerland as largest Offshore Baniking center

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  • Updated: 10 Apr 2013
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Latest research from Timetric finds that Singapore is the fastest growing wealth centre in the Asia Pacific region and that Singapore will overtake Switzerland as the largest global offshore private banking market by 2020. The firm writes: "With Assets under Management (AuM) of US$550 billion at the end of 2011, new research reveals that Singapore is the fastest growing wealth centre in the world, and will be the largest offshore private banking market by 2020. This reflects the significant disparity in the performance of the HNWI sectors in the Asia-Pacific region and the rest of the world, and suggests a bright future for HNWIs in the region." The research covered the high net worth individual (HNWI) populations in 13 Asia Pacific countries, focusing on HNWI performance between 2007 (the peak before the global financial crisis) and the end of 2011. The firm claims that this enables them to determine how well each country's HNWIs have performed through the crisis. Singapore has seen its AUM rise from US$50 billion in 2000 to US$550 billion in 2011. The firm says: "Singapore will benefit from the movement of funds away from Switzerland, Luxemburg and the Caribbean over the next seven years, and by 2020 will be the largest global offshore banking market by AuM."
https://wn.com/Singapore_To_Pass_Switzerland_As_Largest_Offshore_Baniking_Center
50 Stories of ADB’s Partnerships in Asia and the Pacific

50 Stories of ADB’s Partnerships in Asia and the Pacific

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  • Updated: 03 Aug 2017
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https://wn.com/50_Stories_Of_Adb’S_Partnerships_In_Asia_And_The_Pacific
6th Asia-Pacific Base Oil, Lubricant & Grease Conference: Fan Cheuk Wan

6th Asia-Pacific Base Oil, Lubricant & Grease Conference: Fan Cheuk Wan

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  • Updated: 24 Sep 2012
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6th Asia-Pacific Base OIl, Lubricant & Grease Conference 2012 Asian Economic Outlook Fan Cheuk Wan Managing Director Head of Research Asia Pacific Private Banking Abstract Looking back at 2011, fears of inflation, asset bubble risk and policy tightening were the key macro concerns in Asia. Looking ahead, we see reduced tail risk of a disorderly Greek debt default and EMU (European Economic and Monetary Union) break-up while the Eurozone sovereign debt crisis is expected to muddle through in 2012. Asia is impacted by Europe via two main channels: the financial and the economic effects. On financial contagion, we think that the impact can be contained due to very limited exposure of Asian banks and institutions to peripheral sovereign debt in Europe. On the economic effects, Europe accounts for about 11% of total demand for Asian exports, but only 4% stems from peripheral Europe. Asian growth is expected to remain relatively resilient as compared with the advanced economies due to the higher fiscal flexibility of the Asian countries to take policy responses to mitigate growth risks. China's soft landing, recent improvement in the U.S. labor market and manufacturing activities and stabilization in the Euro debt crisis are supportive drivers for the Asian economy in 2012. With domestic growth moderating, inflation easing and external demand weakening substantially, Asia has entered into a monetary easing cycle as central banks are taking counter-cyclical measures to mitigate the negative impact of the global slowdown. In 2012, we forecast GDP growth in non-Japan Asia to decelerate to 6.9%, from 7.4% in 2011, while GDP growth in Asia-Pacific to slightly accelerate to 5.9%, from 5.8%, due to the effects of the post-quake reconstruction in Japan. Global and domestic growth moderation is expected to cause inflation in non-Japan Asia to soften to 4.4% in 2012, from 5.9% in 2011, and inflation in Asia- Pacific to 3.6% in 2012, from 4.7% in 2011. However, the flexibility of Asian central banks to cut interest rates aggressively is limited due to sticky inflation. The financial imbalances caused by massive credit expansion in 2009-2010 and informal lending problems would constrain the room for China to launch aggressive counter-cyclical monetary and fiscal stimulus measures. China will introduce selective and moderate credit easing, but it seems unlikely for Beijing to reverse its property tightening measures which are targeted at defusing asset bubbles in the property market. The negative real interest rate environment also limits the scope for broad base monetary easing or policy rate cuts in China. We see scope for further cuts in the reserve requirement ratio of 100--250 basis points in 2012. Against the healthy macro backdrop in the region, we expect sustained appreciation in Asian currencies in the next 12 months as we believe that global growth could bottom out in the first half of this year and pick up slightly in the second half. A soft landing in China will lend support to a continued CNY appreciation stance and we forecast a 3-5% appreciation in the CNY against the USD over 12 months. About the Speaker Fan Cheuk Wan is a managing director of Credit Suisse, in charge of Private Banking Research across asset classes in Asia Pacific. Cheuk Wan joined Credit Suisse in October 2006. She has 16 years of equity research experience and extensive knowledge in Asian financial markets. She had covered the China equity markets for 11 years before she joined Credit Suisse from ABN AMRO, where she was director and head of China Research. Prior to joining ABN AMRO in 2000, she worked for Cazenove, BNP Peregrine and Standard Chartered Securities, and also headed Peregrine's Shanghai Research Team. Cheuk Wan is a graduate of the University of London, with a Master of Arts degree in China Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies, as well as a Master of Business Administration degree at the Imperial College Business School. Before joining the banking sector, she was the political editor of the Hong Kong Economic Journal.
https://wn.com/6Th_Asia_Pacific_Base_Oil,_Lubricant_Grease_Conference_Fan_Cheuk_Wan
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