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How Chinese HNWIs are changing the wealth management landscape in Asia Pacific
Date: Dec 10, 2019   |   Author: Foo Boon Ping | Trendwatch
The strong wealth creation growth in China is changing the distribution of wealth across Asia Pacific. By 2024, the number of UHNW individuals in the Asia Pacific region is expected to grow at an average of 8% per annum. As a result the wealth management market in the region is undergoing major shifts.
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The new pattern of wealth management innovation and development
Date: Dec 06, 2019   |   Author: Jiang Jianqing | Speech
The development of wealth management will reshape China's financial structure, while the integration of finance and technology has injected new impetus into the global wealth management market
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China increases number of HNWIs in Asia Pacific
Date: Dec 04, 2019   |   Author: Chris Georgiou | Research Note
China is changing the distribution of wealth across the region and rapidly developing its wealth management industry which is dominated by mega banks and trust companies
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What will become of RMB once it goes digital?
Date: Nov 29, 2019   |   Author: David Smith | Opinion
The Chinese government's plan to develop a state backed blockchain-based digital currency could present numerous advantages especially in terms of data management, and security
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Branch decline continues across markets in the Middle East, Asia Pacific and Africa
Date: Nov 28, 2019   |   Author: Chris Kapfer | Research Note
Customers make decisions on primary banking relationship based on assumed needs for multiple network point convenience, even though they may patronise one point most often. In the debate over the role and future of bank branches, ultimately the only opinion that counts is the consumer’s.