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CONTENTS October/November 2020 Issue 164 pwmnet.com MARKETMONITOR


04 FROMTHE EDITOR Private banks must remember that as well as being in a relationship business, clients expect them to be expert asset managers


06 WEALTHCHECK-UP Asia’s high net worth entrepreneurs are shunning public equities in favour of alternatives and investing in their own businesses, but do they understand the risks?


FEATURES


08 BIG INTERVIEW CaixaBank’s private banking leader Victor Allende discusses how the Spanish stalwart has reacted to the Coronavirus pandemic


PRODUCTS&MARKETS


66 EMERGINGMARKETS While some parts of the emerging market universe are still struggling with the impact of Covid-19, other regions and sectors are giving rise to interesting investment opportunities


72 MEETTHE SELECTORS Our panel discuss how they would spend €100,000 for a client with a conservative balanced strategy


Global Private BankingAwards andWebinar Yuri Bender, editor-in-chief ofPWM, and key global consultants fromthewealth managementworld discusswhat defines a top private bank in the 2020s and announce the winners of theawards


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COVER STORY Watchondemand:pwmnet.com/gbpawebinar


PWM’s twelfth annual private bankingawards sees success for those institutionswho, even before Covid struck, were already implementing a raft of changes tomeet the demands of clients in the 2020s


GLOBALPRIVATE BANKING AWARDS


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Within the next three or four years, everything in the assetmanagement business will be ESG


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