India's investment adviser regulations still need clarifications
Weeks after the release of the Investment Adviser Regulations by the Indian regulator, the wealth management industry still has queries about the scope of the regulations, as discussed at a roundtable organised by Financial Intermediaries Association of India (FIAI) and Hubbis.
Indian regulator releases final Investment Adviser Regulations
Nearly four months after announcing the Investment Adviser Regulations, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has released the final Investment Advisers Regulations 2013 through a gazette notification on 21 January 2013.
Hong Kong regulator reveals plans for private banking hub
The Hong Kong government plans to develop the territory into a private banking hub in Asia by working in partnership with the industry.
Hong Kong regulators to implement new AML guidelines
The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has announced the gazettal of a new set of guidelines on anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-terrorist financing (CTF) while releasing a set of consultation conclusions.
Hong Kong loosens measures in product sales to HNW clients
In view of the differences in the nature of the clientele and the operations of private banking businesses compared with retail banking business, Hong Kong’s banking watchdog has loosened its measures in investment products sales to private banking customers.
Creating non-equity ETFs in Asia
Marco Montanari of Deutsche Bank looks at the potential for non-equity ETFs in Asia, discussing the challenges to overcome and risks to address in the process.
Making the most of India's wealth potential
In Part 2 of this documentary, market practitioners analyse key components of success in Indian wealth management - focusing on different business and fee models, including comparing foreign and local players, as well as revealing the various challenges relating to people, products and market access.