Asia’s wealth management leaders debate hot topics

At the Private Wealth Management Forum Asia run by Euromoney Seminars in Hong Kong, key industry figures discussed some of the major challenges they faced, including transparency, regulation and pay and rewards.

  • 23 Nov 2009
Asia’s private wealth management leaders convened at a Hong Kong forum today (November 23) to discuss key challenges facing the industry, including hot topics such as transparency, regulation, risk management and remuneration. What became evident is that the uncertainty which has undermined the confidence of the region’s high-net-worth ...

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