THE Credit Suisse Research Institute projects that household wealth in Asia-Pacific will grow at an annual rate of 8.3 per cent to reach US$111 trillion by 2019, with the regional share of global...

THE tone for the first half of 2015 was set largely by two major trends that carried over from last year and then petered out - global disinflation and expectations of US monetary policy...

THE rich are different, we are told. So what does a typical billionaire look like? Is he a 30-something Californian in chinos and trainers or a third-generation member of a family business dynasty...

IN the last decade, more and more eyes have been focused on Asia's voracious art appetite. What contributed to this explosive trend? Certainly the tremendous growth of wealth in Asia has...

THE summer of 2015 has seen developments between Greece and its creditors overshadow almost anything else going on in financial markets. The double digit correction in China A-shares contrasting...

SUSTAINABLE investing commonly refers to a preference for investments that takes into consideration the environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) impact. There is a fundamental case for...

NOTWITHSTANDING the continued uncertainty over Greece, Europe's macroeconomic environment is continuing to improve. Since the eurozone crisis, we are starting to see upgrades in corporate...

ASIA'S newly minted millionaires are younger and more entrepreneurial than those in the west, they are also more IT savvy and said to distrust conventional banks, how are private banks...

RISK-AVERSE investors worldwide, who traditionally park their money in bonds, have been struggling since the 2008 financial crisis to earn a healthy income as interest rates remained at rock-...

THE consumer banking retail market has seen an ongoing, keen race to provide the best online and digital platform to distribute products and services to their customers. Non-bank institutions have...