Asiamoney Private Banking Survey 2016 - Singapore


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  • Overall Best Private Bank as Voted by HNWIs

     (US$1m-5m)
    1 DBS Private Banking 8.926
    2 Bank of Singapore 8.263
    3 Credit Suisse Private Banking 7.917
    4 EFG Bank 7.625
    5 UBS Wealth Management 7.400
    6 Citi Private Bank 6.500
    7 UOB 5.875

    (US$5.01m-25m)
    1 EFG Bank 9.625
    2 UBS Wealth Management 8.813
    3 DBS Private Banking 8.567
    4 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.531
    5 Bank of Singapore 7.822

    (US>$25m)
    1 UBS Wealth Management 9.104
    2 DBS Private Banking 9.063
    3 EFG Bank 8.792


    QUALITY AND DIVERSITY OF PRODUCTS

     (US$1m-5m)
    1 DBS Private Banking 9.000
    2 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.500
    3 Bank of Singapore 8.385
    4 UBS Wealth Management 8.200
    =5 Citi Private Bank 7.000
    =5 EFG Bank 7.000
    =5 UOB 7.000

    (US$5.01m-25m)
    1 EFG Bank 9.750
    2 UBS Wealth Management 9.500
    3 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.750
    4 DBS Private Banking 8.333
    5 Bank of Singapore 8.000

    (US>$25m)
    1 DBS Private Banking 9.750
    =2 UBS Wealth Management 9.000
    =2 EFG Bank 9.000


    STRUCTURED PRODUCTS AND DERIVATIVES

     (US$1m-5m)
    1 Bank of Singapore 8.385
    2 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.000
    3 UBS Wealth Management 7.600
    =4 Citi Private Bank 6.500
    =4 UOB 6.500

    (US$5.01m-25m)
    1 EFG Bank 9.250
    2 UBS Wealth Management 9.000
    3 DBS Private Banking 8.333
    4 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.250
    5 Bank of Singapore 8.000

    (US>$25m)
    1 DBS Private Banking 9.750
    2 UBS Wealth Management 9.250
    3 EFG Bank 9.000


    ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS SUCH AS HEDGE FUNDS & PRIVATE EQUITY

     (US$1m-5m)
    1 Bank of Singapore 8.385
    2 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.000
    3 UBS Wealth Management 7.600
    4 UOB 6.500
    5 Citi Private Bank 5.500

    (US$5.01m-25m)
    =1 EFG Bank 9.500
    =1 UBS Wealth Management 9.500
    3 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.000
    4 Bank of Singapore 7.300

    (US>$25m)
    1 DBS Private Banking 9.750
    2 EFG Bank 9.000
    3 UBS Wealth Management 8.500



    QUALITY OF ADVICE

     (US$1m-5m)
    1 DBS Private Banking 8.333
    2 Bank of Singapore 8.308
    3 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.000
    4 EFG Bank 7.500
    5 UBS Wealth Management 7.400

    (US$5.01m-25m)
    1 EFG Bank 9.750
    2 DBS Private Banking 9.000
    =3 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.500
    =3 UBS Wealth Management 8.500
    5 Bank of Singapore 8.444

    (US>$25m)
    1 UBS Wealth Management 9.250
    2 DBS Private Banking 8.750
    3 EFG Bank 8.500

    QUALITY OF ADMINISTRATION

     (US$1m-5m)
    1 DBS Private Banking 9.000
    2 Bank of Singapore 8.154
    3 Credit Suisse Private Banking 7.500
    4 UBS Wealth Management 7.200
    =5 Citi Private Bank 7.000
    =5 EFG Bank 7.000

    (US$5.01m-25m)
    1 EFG Bank 9.500
    2 UBS Wealth Management 8.500
    3 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.250
    4 Bank of Singapore 8.000

    (US>$25m)
    1 UBS Wealth Management 9.000
    2 DBS Private Banking 8.750
    3 EFG Bank 8.500

    CLIENT RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT & SERVICING

     (US$1m-5m)
    =1 DBS Private Banking 9.000
    =1 EFG Bank 9.000
    3 Bank of Singapore 8.385
    4 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.000
    5 Citi Private Bank 7.500

    (US$5.01m-25m)
    1 EFG Bank 9.750
    2 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.750
    3 UBS Wealth Management 8.500
    4 Bank of Singapore 7.900

    (US>$25m)
    1 UBS Wealth Management 9.500
    2 EFG Bank 9.000
    3 DBS Private Banking 8.750

    TECHNOLOGY AND SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

     (US$1m-5m)
    1 DBS Private Banking 9.333
    =2 Bank of Singapore 8.000
    =2 Citi Private Bank 8.000
    =4 Credit Suisse Private Banking 7.500
    =4 EFG Bank 7.500

    (US$5.01m-25m)
    1 EFG Bank 9.750
    2 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.667
    3 UBS Wealth Management 8.500
    4 DBS Private Banking 8.333
    5 Bank of Singapore 8.222

    (US>$25m)
    1 UBS Wealth Management 9.250
    =2 DBS Private Banking 9.000
    =2 EFG Bank 9.000

    HOLISTIC APPROACH ADDRESSING ADVICE

     (US$1m-5m)
    1 DBS Private Banking 10.000
    2 Bank of Singapore 8.308
    3 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.000
    4 UBS Wealth Management 7.400
    5 EFG Bank 7.000

    (US$5.01m-25m)
    1 EFG Bank 9.750
    2 UBS Wealth Management 8.500
    3 DBS Private Banking 8.333
    4 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.000
    5 Bank of Singapore 7.900

    (US>$25m)
    =1 UBS Wealth Management 9.000
    =1 EFG Bank 9.000
    3 DBS Private Banking 8.750

    TRUST SERVICES / ESTATE PLANNING / FIDUCIARY SERVICES

     (US$1m-5m)
    1 DBS Private Banking 9.500
    2 Bank of Singapore 8.154
    3 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.000
    4 UBS Wealth Management 6.800
    =5 Citi Private Bank 5.000
    =5 UOB 5.000

    (US$5.01m-25m)
    1 EFG Bank 9.500
    2 DBS Private Banking 9.000
    3 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.667
    4 UBS Wealth Management 8.500
    5 Bank of Singapore 7.600

    (US>$25m)
    =1 UBS Wealth Management 9.000
    =1 EFG Bank 9.000
    3 DBS Private Banking 8.750

    ADVISORY PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT

     (US$1m-5m)
    1 DBS Private Banking 9.667
    2 Bank of Singapore 8.231
    3 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.000
    4 UBS Wealth Management 7.000
    5 Citi Private Bank 5.500

    (US$5.01m-25m)
    1 EFG Bank 9.750
    =2 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.500
    =2 UBS Wealth Management 8.500
    4 Bank of Singapore 7.600

    (US>$25m)
    1 UBS Wealth Management 9.000
    2 DBS Private Banking 8.750
    3 EFG Bank 8.500

    DISCRETIONARY PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT

     (US$1m-5m)
    1 Bank of Singapore 8.154
    2 Credit Suisse Private Banking 7.500
    3 UBS Wealth Management 7.000

    (US$5.01m-25m)
    1 EFG Bank 9.750
    2 UBS Wealth Management 8.750
    3 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.333
    4 Bank of Singapore 7.778

    (US>$25m)
    1 UBS Wealth Management 9.000
    2 DBS Private Banking 8.750
    3 EFG Bank 8.500

    ISSUES OF CONFIDENTIALITY & SECURITY

     (US$1m-5m)
    1 DBS Private Banking 10.000
    2 EFG Bank 9.000
    3 Citi Private Bank 8.500
    4 Bank of Singapore 8.308
    =5 UBS Wealth Management 8.000
    =5 Credit Suisse Private Banking 8.000

    (US$5.01m-25m)
    =1 EFG Bank 9.500
    =1 UBS Wealth Management 9.500
    3 Credit Suisse Private Banking 9.250
    4 Bank of Singapore 8.700
    5 DBS Private Banking 8.667

    (US>$25m)
    1 UBS Wealth Management 9.500
    2 DBS Private Banking 9.000
    3 EFG Bank 8.500

    Panda Bonds Top Arrangers

    Rank Arranger Share % by Volume
    1 CITIC Securities 44.72
    2 China CITIC Bank Corp 22.36
    3 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) 10.16
    3 China Merchants Bank Co 10.16
    3 Bank of China (BOC) 10.16

    Bookrunners of Asia-Pac (ex-Japan) ECM

    Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
    • Last updated
    • 24 May 2017
    1 CITIC Securities 6,837.51 32 7.14%
    2 China International Capital Corp Ltd 6,746.42 29 7.04%
    3 Goldman Sachs 5,682.95 21 5.93%
    4 China Securities Co Ltd 4,703.49 25 4.91%
    5 UBS 4,459.61 23 4.65%

    Bookrunners of Asia Pacific (ex-Japan) G3 DCM

    Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
    • Last updated
    • 24 May 2017
    1 HSBC 17,927.36 101 9.30%
    2 Citi 15,452.58 89 8.01%
    3 JPMorgan 12,180.99 61 6.32%
    4 Morgan Stanley 9,251.45 43 4.80%
    5 Standard Chartered Bank 8,766.36 56 4.55%

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