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Sanpaolo sees little threat from foreign entrants

Sanpaolo IMI sees little threat to its private and personal banking business from foreign banks entering the Italian market, even though they may introduce new products and services, a senior banker said.

Mega-rich get the personal touch

From the golden beaches of Saint- Tropez to the pristine ski slopes of Gstaad it's the personal touch which has become the hallmark of bankers managing the money of the world's super-rich.

Private bankers use art to lure the rich

Private banks are rushing to add art consulting to their traditional list of investment services in a bid to lure wealthy clients with increasingly demanding needs, top bankers told a Reuters Wealth Management Summit.

Japanese activist fund woos the wealthy

Junichiro Sano's mission as the head of Japanese operations for Dalton Investments is to shake up poorly managed companies, a goal supported by affluent investors in the world's second-biggest economy.

Private banks see opportunity in aging society

With an aging global population seeking to get old in comfort, private banks are tapping into the growing needs of the wealthy who expect to live longer and leave money behind for their children.

U.S. banks target family-company market

U.S. banks are setting up new departments to provide investment banking to family-owned companies and trying to persuade private bankers and investment bankers to work together for these clients.

Private banks see opportunity in aging society

With an aging global population seeking to get old in comfort, private banks are tapping into the growing needs of the wealthy who expect to live longer and leave money behind for their children.

World's rich stop taking and start giving

After years of taking, the world's aging rich increasingly want to give back to the communities where they earned their fortunes, according to top bankers to the wealthy.

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