Competitive Dynamics in Global Wealth Management Arena Explored by GlobalData in Its Cutting-Edge Research Study Available at MarketPublishers.com
10 Jan 2018 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – In late 2016, client assets managed by the global leading private wealth managers increased by appr. 6.1% and reached around USD 10.2 trillion. Whilst a welcome return to upward trend after lackluster performance in the year 2015, the growth was driven majorly by higher asset prices along with the general appreciation of HNW assets rather than strong net new money.
Despite certain difficulties in growing net inflows, the top wealth managers globally are still struggling to expand their market shares; whilst the competition from smaller boutiques and family offices is increasing.
The cutting-edge topical research study “Global Wealth Management: Competitive Dynamics” elaborated by GlobalData presents a comprehensive benchmarking of the global leading wealth managers by managed client assets and financial performance.
This report covers the 34 most prominent institutions (including standalone private banks and wealth managers, and also competitors that are a part of a larger universal financial groups). All the world’s wealth managers with more that USD 100 billion in private client AUM are mentioned and ranked in this publication.
Moreover, this report touches upon client assets booked in other than pure wealth management services (including brokerage), discusses the historical growth patterns as well as points out perspectives for further development (both in terms of attracting new money and current asset base expansion).
Furthermore, this study compares profitability of the examined competitors and sheds light on their revenue sources and the biggest components of the cost base, etc.
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