FT’s Wealth Management Summit Asia on March 14, 2024 in Singapore – 30% Discount for ABA members

The Asian Bankers Association (ABA) is inviting members and friends to participate in the “Wealth Management Summit Asia”, organized by Financial Times at The Westin Singapore in hybrid format on March 14, 2024.

Asia has been more resilient to inflation, yet US-China polarisation, constraints on offshore investments, and limited private market exit options are posing structural hurdles for capital deployment. Wealth managers are turning to thematic investing to boost long-term returns, and Asia’s commitment to decarbonisation is creating sustainable investment opportunities across the region. While Japan is welcoming a return of consumer confidence, all eyes are on India as portfolio managers are pivoting from their long-favoured overweight position on China.

On the business side, trust and stability are imperative to future growth. Demands for hyper-personalised services are calling for a fresh approach to talent recruitment and the smart exploitation of machine learning tools. As younger, tech-savvy clients emerge in contrast to Asia’s ageing population, how are traditional players strategising to boost client retention and capitalise on opportunities down the wealth continuum?

Now in its second year, Wealth Management Summit Asia is a gathering of market-leading private banks, family offices and wealth managers, discussing how best to bolster business against risks and chase organic growth in the region. From interactive panel discussions to exclusive roundtables and market briefings, this year’s conference will uncover outperforming business models and how investors can angle for higher returns in the face of US-China tensions and shifting supply chains.

ABA members will enjoy a 30% discount on participation fee.  Please contact the ABA Secretariat at aba@aba.org.tw to get the Discount Code.

For more information, visit wealthmanagementasia.pwmnet.com

Download the event brochure to discover the agenda, speakers and networking opportunities. https://bit.ly/3HFxgb7  #FTWealthAsia

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