The fifth edition of the Financial Times's annual Wealth Management Summit will address the transition to a client-centric business model, spotlighting the importance of ethical leadership and clear-cut communication in a war-torn world.
Economic sanctions imposed on Russia by the Western world have heightened scrutiny of financial institutions and their clients’ affairs and the need for rigorous due diligence has never been more pressing.
Geopolitical tension is rife, and private bankers must protect investors with exposure to Asia. Inflationary pressures and negative real yields prompt wealth managers to use alternative asset allocation strategies, whilst, in this digital age, blockchain-enabled non-fungible tokens take centre stage.
Moral governance has been thrust into the limelight, and the wealth management workforce must make a conscious effort to beat unconscious bias and meet the demands of its changing client base.
Hosted by PWM’s editor-in-chief, Yuri Bender, and returning to an in-person format once again, this year’s FT and PWM Wealth Management Summit will convene world-leading private banks, family offices, wealth managers, and robo-advisers.
Join us as we discuss and debate the monstrous megatrends, technological innovations, and cultural shifts overhauling the traditional industry as we know it.
Annabel Spring, chief executive of global private banking and wealth at HSBC
Stacey Parrinder-Johnson, chief investment officer at Investec
Debbie Wills, head of wealth management Europe at Standard Chartered
James O'Donnell, chief executive of Citi Global Wealth at Citi
WHEN AND WHERE
Thursday, November 3 - Sheraton Grand London Park Lane (digital attendance also possible)
To find out more and to buy a pass, click HERE.