Tag Archives: Wealth Management

Spanish CEO Pablo Isla is World’s Third Best-Performing CEO

Spanish clothing retailer Inditex’s president Pablo Isla occupies third place in Harvard Business Review’s list of the top CEOs worldwide. The CEO of Danish pharmaceutical NovoNordisk, Lars Rieben Soerensen, led the ranking, followed by John Chambers, of Cisco Systems, in second position. The Spaniards Florentino Pérez, president of Grupo ACS, and Iñigo Meirás, of Ferrovial, placed 13th and 51st respectively. …
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Wealth Management in New Realities

A new report from Roland Berger explores changes in the worldwide wealth management industry. After the recent financial and economic crisis, the wealth management sector seems to have fully recovered: Bankable assets rose to EUR 29 trillion worldwide in 2012, a year-on-year increase of almost 8 percent – and this upward trend will continue. Indeed, …
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Global Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey 2013

PricewaterhouseCoopers pointed out in its Global Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey that the financial industry insiders expect Singapore to replace Switzerland to become the world’s biggest international asset management hub in two years. The report said the assets under management in Switzerland reach US$2 trillion currently, and Switzerland will remain the world’s biggest offshore …
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The Best-Performing CEOs in the World

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is the world’s number one living CEO, with only the late Steve Jobs holding a better record among the ten Best Performing CEOs in the World, published in the January-February 2013 edition of Harvard Business Review (HBR). Samsung Electronics’ Yun Jon Yong ranks in third position. The highest-ranked woman on the list is HP …
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The Best Performing CEOs in Latin America

The top five on the list of the Harvard Business Review’s top 50 Latin American CEOs are all from Brazil and include Embraer CEO Mauricio Novis Botelho in 1st place (aircraft), followed by Vale’s Roger Agnelli (mining), CSN’s Benjamin Steinbruch (steel), Tractebel Energia’s Manoel Arlindo Zaroni Tores (utility), and Lojas Americanas’ Miguel Gomes Gutierrez (retail). The ranking was …
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Most Valuable CEOs

 Express Scripts CEO George Paz is the most valuable CEO in the U.S., according to The Chief Executive magazine’s ranking of the 10 highest performing S&P 500 CEOs. Exelon’s John W. Rowe and Priceline’s Jeffery H. Boyd occupy second and third place, respectively, in the ranking. The ranking is based on four factors: (1) How …
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2011 World Wealth Report

Capgemini and Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management have just launched the 2011 World Wealth Report. The study shows that the number and wealth growth of global high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs) reached more stable levels in 2010, with the population of HNWIs increasing 8.3 percent to 10.9 million and HNWI financial wealth growing 9.7 percent to reach …
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