Passive investments are the flavor of the boom market, making active asset management look increasingly unattractive. Or so it seemed until Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump started trading insults. Companies managing passive investment funds so far have .
Brand Finance is one of those companies: the London-based brand expert has published a global ranking of wealth managers , with the obvious winner being UBS. As last year, the Swiss No. 1 beat U.S. rivals Wells Fargo and Merrill Lynch, who took second .
The Petrobras corruption scandal in Brazil, the country's largest ever, has helped topple one president, imperilled a second, hit profits at companies from the UK to the US, and led to several imprisonments. It also engulfed André Esteves, the.
The deal, billed by the companies as a merger, would create Europe's second-largest independent fund manager with £660bn of assets under management . It would give Standard Life shareholders two-thirds of the combined company and Aberdeen .
Falcon Private Bank, the Mubadala Investment Company-owned Swiss bank with U$15 billion in assets under management, is advising clients to ... with the majority of them based in Dubai. Falcon began life in Zurich in 1965 as Ueberessbank and was renamed.
Julius Baer managed SFr10.2bn in net new money in the first half of the year, exceeding its growth target, as the Swiss private bank expanded aggressively its businesses managing the wealth of the world's rich. Net new money had grown at an annualised .
However, the money managers taking up spots 51 to 250 held a 29.5% share of the total assets under management , compared with 31.1% a year previous. That marks the first time ... Ranked by total assets under management , in millions, as of Dec. 31, 2014.
Wealth managers ' profit margins have fallen by nearly a third over the past decade, as clients' demands for reductions in fees and commissions have offset a rise in the amount of wealth held by individuals and families. Pre-tax margins at global wealth .
Foord Asset Management didn't stay for very long in Zurich. The company's bureau chief has already found a new job at a competitor, information obtained by finews.com revealed. The sheer size of Swiss wealth management and the amount of money .
The Swiss responsible investment association, SVVK-ASIR, has identified 15 arms companies its members – major Swiss pension funds – should not invest in. The 15 companies are from India, Israel, Romania, Russia, South Korea, and the USA. They are .
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There are signs that turnround efforts at GAM are starting to bear fruit, after the Swiss asset manager beat expectations in the first half of the year, following a bruising few months in which shareholders successfully revolted over executive pay.