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31 Aug 2020
'Younger Bankers may have a More Entrepreneurial Spirit'

Younger bankers may have a more entrepreneurial spirit, Gary Tiernan from Golden Equator Wealth believes. The multi-family office is looking to expand its team, as well as add another custodian bank this year.


30 Jun 2020
Protecting Your Investments in Times of Uncertainty

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 around the world earlier this year, the word “unprecedented” gets thrown around a lot when talking about current markets – the crashes, spikes in volatility, unemployment, fiscal stimulus packages, monetary measures, and more.

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15 Jun 2020
Multi-Family Office Golden Equator Wealth Expands Team With 2 Senior Hires

Singapore-based multi-family office Golden Equator Wealth (GEW) today announces two new senior hires for its team, as part of its expansion plan. Rainer Michael Preiss joins as Portfolio Strategist and Ritu Khera joins as Wealth Manager.


09 Jun 2020
‘Some EAM Desks don’t Understand Client Confidentiality’: FOs and IAMs

In the final installment of this  four-part ‘independent’ series, industry veterans discuss how private banks can better serve the needs of boutique wealth managers. The lack of leverage, client confidentiality, and skills to deliver digital information were raised among the top concerns.


04 Jun 2020
Private Bankers are 'Misrepresenting' the Independent Model

Are private bankers who decide to go at it alone misrepresenting the independent model? Six wealth experts share their candid opinions in the third installment of this four part series. In the first two parts, our panel talked about competition without transparency, and why consolidation is likely to happen among smaller and even bigger players in the industry.


27 May 2020
Succession Planning in Asia: The Importance of Grooming the Next Generation

Broaching the topic of succession planning has always been culturally sensitive, particularly in Asia. However, it remains important to approach the issue across societies, and this needs to be done with understanding and empathy.