By Rainer Fuchsluger
It’s just under a week until the SS&C Investment Management Summit 2017 Asia. Returning to Hong Kong on August 24th, the Summit brings together asset managers, wealth managers, and insurance and government agency executives.
By Lee Burchell
Since the 2008 financial crisis, large institutions (e.g. pension schemes, sovereign wealth funds, endowments, and insurance companies) have been looking for reliable cash revenues and risk diversification beyond traditional funds. As a result, there has been an upswing in investment in alternative asset classes.
By Bryan Bashaw
Contrary to initial speculation, it looks as though the Department of Labor (DOL) fiduciary rule will continue to be enforced under the new U.S. administration. This gives an advantage to wealth managers that operate as a fiduciary.
By: Stephen Newman
Today’s wealth managers are always looking for ways to provide more efficient and personal service to their clients. A recent SS&C webinar looked at a number of trends in the marketplace and how managers can provide clients with more personal service while still efficiently managing their businesses, growing their client base, and ensuring they’re on top of compliance obligations.
By: Arjun Jayamohan
As a world leader in technology for asset and wealth management operations, it is crucial for SS&C to stay ahead of the curve in providing the technology products and services the industry demands in various global markets, both now and in the future. SS&C’s 2016 “Wealth Management Operations & Technology Survey of Trust and Asset Managers in the Philippines” is just one of the many ways we keep our finger on the pulse of Asia/Pacific Financial Services Industry trends.
By: Julian Webb
The high-net-worth-individual (HNWI) population in Asia Pacific (APAC) grew by 8.5% and wealth rates increased 11.4% in 2015, according to the World Wealth Report by RBC Wealth Management and Capgemini. In addition, the wealth of HNWIs in APAC is expected to reach $15.8 trillion and is poised to surpass the wealth in North America. While these numbers significantly impact private banks, what perhaps impacts them more is that their target investor audience is also getting younger. Continue reading