Deutsche Bank has appointed Fred Hilal as the new head of wealth management in the Gulf region (excluding Saudi Arabia).
In his new role, Hilal will lead Deutsche Bank’s client coverage across the Gulf. Based in Dubai, he wi
Global growth is likely to accelerate moderately in 2017, with US growth improving and China continuing to slow, says UBS Wealth Management in a new report highlighting top 10 investment ideas for the coming year.
Next year invest
India-based L&T Capital Markets Limited (LTCML), a subsidiary of L&T Financial Services has launched its wealth management services division in Dubai, UAE catering to high net worth individuals (HNI) in the GCC.
The firm h
Bahrain-based Takaud, a specialist provider of savings and pensions for the Mena region, hosted a wealth management and financial planning seminar for the board members and key associates of its sports partner Manama Club.
Bahrain-based Takaud, a specialist savings, investment and pensions provider for the Mena region has reached a major milestone for its business with the launch of its new wealth management services.
The launch event was recently h
More and more Middle East investors are turning to Switzerland for wealth management services, said a financial expert.
Crucial factors such as banking secrecy, diverse investment products and services have contributed to Switzerl
BNY Mellon, a global leader in investment services and investment management, has appointed Giambattista Atzeni to a newly created role as senior director for business development with BNY Mellon Wealth Management.
Atzeni most rec
HSBC Holdings will stop offering wealth management products in Bahrain, Jordan and Lebanon as the British lender continues to exit small or insufficiently profitable operations globally as part of a strategic review, the bank said.
HSBC has been named the "Best Wealth Management Firm" at the recent 2013 Banker Middle East Industry Awards in Dubai.
As the largest and most widely represented international bank in the region, with an unbroken presence
High net worth individuals (HNWIs) in the UAE are taking an increasingly active role in managing their finances, with 76 per cent citing investments as the most popular use of wealth, compared to 54 per cent in the region, a report said.