Global Wealth Management 2013
NEW YORK - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission will consider a proposal this year that would sweep away regulatory barriers to launching certain types of exchange-traded funds, a senior official said.
GENEVA - Swiss private banks are hoping to gain a competitive edge by investing in the latest technology for risk management and compliance to keep down the cost of new regulations brought in since the financial crisis.
NEW YORK - TD Ameritrade Holding sees little opportunity to buy other companies with its ample cash but will likely return some of it to shareholders in the form of dividends in the next few months, Chief Executive Fred Tomczyk said.
NEW YORK - In a view that contrasts with pessimism at full-service brokerage firms, TD Ameritrade Holding Corp's chief executive said small investors are returning to trading stocks and options.
GENEVA - The mega rich have become the hottest property in private banking and wealth managers are pulling out all the stops to court them, offering perks ranging from lunches with sports stars to track days at the Monaco Grand Prix circuit.
GENEVA - Private bankers are rallying behind the one-bank model of cross-selling investment banking services, insisting that it is essential to the pursuit of richer rewards from the wealthiest clients.
NEW YORK - Wall Street's industry-funded watchdog will soon publish the latest in a series of warnings to investors, this time about the risks of alternative securities, its chief said on Tuesday.
ZURICH - Europe's rich need to take more investment risk to prevent their wealth from being eroded, several private bankers said this week.
NEW YORK - Morgan Stanley said on Tuesday that David Heaton, a long-time banker and specialist in asset management deals, was moved to its wealth management business, in a new role aimed at generating more leads for the firm's multitude of financial advisers.
GENEVA - The world's wealthy will continue to trust their fortunes to stable, neutral Switzerland even as a clampdown on tax evasion undermines the country's secrecy laws, Swiss bankers said.
NEW YORK - Greg Fleming has taken his foot off the brake and put it on the gas pedal as he pushes to generate more profit from Morgan Stanley's army of brokers.
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