Report: Digital Wealth Management in Asia

Digital Wealth Management Key to Winning Asian HNWIs
As HNWIs’ wealth continues to grow in Asia, highly dynamic emerging markets like China and India are moving into the focus of digital wealth management. For an in-depth assessment of the current situation and future trends, the report profiles the digital offerings of the ten leading wealth managers in each market. The strengths and weaknesses of each wealth manager’s websites, mobile apps, social media presences and overall digital strategy are evaluated... More >
In recent years, financial providers have looked for ways to leverage the power of Big Data by implementing new digital ecosystems intended to take advantage of increased data volume. Unfortunately, many of these projects have produced underwhelming returns, if not outright failure. Our report analyzes why Big Data projects in the financial services sector are often less successful than intended, and what can wealth managers do to ensure that their Big Data initiatives stand a better chance of s... More >
Digital technology is contributing to a major shift in the role of financial advisors and their efficiency. The advisor of the future will be much more a coach than a financial expert. At the same time, technology will allow advisors to handle more clients than they do now. This report analyzes the status, trends and drivers in the digitalization of wealth advisor function, presents case studies to show digitalization initiatives working out in practice and gives essential recommendations for we... More >

Report: Millennials and Digital Wealth Management 2017

Reaching Millennials – The Next Big Opportunity in Digital Wealth Management
Millennials’ net worth will double within five years and they will inherit tremendous fortunes in the decades to come. However, while wealth managers’ existing offerings for the wealthy millennial generation are insufficient, the right digital products can address this deficit effectively. Based on in-depth, face-to-face interviews with wealthy young adults our report explores how digital platforms can ultimately gain the loyalty of this broad and heterogeneous demographic group... More >

Report: Digital Account Aggregation in Wealth Management 2017

Clients and Regulators Press for Automated Account Aggregation
Wealth management clients increasingly expect to access account information from various institutions in one digital interface and wealth managers are perfectly placed to take advantage of new automated account aggregation technology. Based on an in-depth analysis the status, trends and drivers in account aggregation in the US, Europe and Asia the report predicts that account aggregation will be the new normal in wealth management over the next 5-10 years. By comparing the strengths and weak... More >
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Report: Behind the Login of Wealth Managers Websites and Mobile Apps 2017

Many Wealth Managers' Websites and Mobile Apps Flounder Behind the Log-In
Wealth managers’ secure websites and mobile apps that require a client log-in perform very well in the delivery of basic capabilities, but they lack in the state-of-the-art personalization and instant communication features that would make a real difference for high-net-worth clients. This report performs a detailed assessment of the client-only websites and mobile apps offered by 15 of the largest global wealth managers and uncovers their strengths and weaknesses and identifies best... More >

Report: Chatbots for Banking and Wealth Management 2016

Chatbots and Virtual Assistants set to take over Banks' Client Interaction
Chatbots as a means of customer interaction are taking the banking sphere by storm with more bots being launched every week. For the report we screened more than 100 banks, wealth managers and challenger banks in order to identify, analyze and profile the 44 most advanced and innovative chatbots today. Additionally, the report evaluates state-of-the-art chatbots by nine FinTechs and challenger banks and as well the offerings of eight B2B bot developers. ... More >
The robo-advisory model is at a tipping point with all current players needing further development if the robo concept is to prove long-lasting. Without further refinement on the part of individual robo-advisors themselves, a substantial portion of current providers will have difficulties succeeding in the long-term. This is one of the main findings of our report for which we analyzed and ranked 30 leading robo-advisors worldwide with Schwab Intelligent Portfolios, Indexa Capital and Nutmeg on t... More >
Today, even the digital leaders among the global wealth managers are still providing an uneven digital experience, performing well on one channel, but not as well on others. There is a general lack of a coherent, overarching cross-channel strategy for serving clients. This is a key finding of the report for which we analyzed and ranked the overall digital performance of 20 leading global private banks and wealth managers. The winners of our rankings are UBS and Merrill Lynch, followed by... More >

Report: Fund and Asset Managers Digital Presence for Institutionals and Advisors

Fund Managers Struggle with Compelling Digital Offers for Institutional and Advisors
The global leaders in fund and asset management have a lot of catching up to do with regard to their digital strategies targeting institutional investors and intermediaries. This is the key finding of our report for which we analyzed and ranked the relevant digital presences of the 20 leading fund and asset managers worldwide. The overall winner of MyPrivateBankings’s ranking is Invesco, followed by Vanguard and... More >
While mobile devices continue their triumphant advance in the digital arena, the world’s leading retail banks are struggling to keep up with the fast-paced development of the innovative digital features their customers demand. These are key findings of the report that analyzes and ranks the mobile apps of 35 leading retail banks worldwide and, where applicable, the Apple Watch apps. In total, 130 apps were assessed according to 49 criteria. This year’s winner is again BNP Paribas with ... More >

Report: Websites For Wealth Management 2016

One-third of Wealth Managers' Websites Need Complete Relaunch
There is a growing digital divide between those wealth managers who offer engaging and client-friendly websites that are continually updated and improved, and those who are lacking in a number of key areas. This is a key findings of our report for which we analyzed and ranked the desktop and mobile websites of 35 leading wealth managers worldwide. Based on 36 criteria for the desktop websites and 21 criteria for the mobile websites. The overall winner of this year´s ranking wis ABN Amro, followe... More >

Report: From Disruption to Innovation in Digital Wealth Management

Wealth Managers Need a Fresh Approach to Innovation to Master the FinTech Challenge
Global wealth managers are embracing innovation, but in many cases they are not really addressing the deep strategic change that is putting the industry under more and more pressure. This is a key finding of this report, for which MyPrivateBanking surveyed 40 executives and innovation leaders of the leading global wealth management and private banking institutions. About 30% of respondents expect their innovation budgets to rise more than 20% within one year, and about half of these expect growt... More >
Too many robo-advisors demonstrate gaps and weak spots in the critical areas of digital onboarding and client assessment. While the robo phenomenon is here to stay, many of the robo-advisors will not survive. These are main findings of our new report for which we analyzed over 75 active robo-advisors in 13 countries and determined how to create a presence that succeeds in persuading website visitors to sign up as investors and then stay on board... More >

Report: Mobile Apps For Wealth Management 2016

Wealth Managers Increasingly Offer Dedicated Apps to their Clients
Wealth managers have come to acknowledge the importance of mobile apps: More than 80 percent provide their clients with apps that cater exclusively and specifically to the needs of HNWIs. The share of exclusive apps for wealthy clients increased significantly compared to our last year’s survey. This is one of the key findings of our report for which we analyzed and ranked, in total, 60 mobile apps of 30 leading wealth managers worldwide. UBS, Credit Suisse and BNP Paribas top our overall ranking... More >

Investor Survey Report on Robo-Advisors and Wealth Management 2016

Robo-Advisors gain popularity with High-Net-Worth investors
The majority of affluent and high-net-worth individuals recognize the potential of robo-advisors and automated investment services to add value to their wealth management services. This is a main finding of MyPrivateBanking’s recent quantitative panel survey, with insights from 600 affluent and wealthy investors in the US and the UK. More than 70% of overall respondents think that such tools can positively influence their wealth manager’s advice and decision-making process and... More >

Report: Digital Wealth Management Offerings for UHNWs

Super-rich get only poor Digital Services from their Wealth Managers
Digital wealth management for the super-rich today is at a very immature stage. For our new report we analyzed the digital offerings targeted to ultra-high-net-worth clients by 12 leading private banks and family offices worldwide. We found few firms who have clearly recognized and reacted to the increasing significance of digital tools for their UHNW clients... More >
Hybrid robo-advisory strategies represent a paradigm shift in the pace and path of change in the wealth management industry. We estimate that hybrid robo services will by 2020 grow to a size of USD 16,300 billion. This number constitutes just over 10% of the total investable wealth in 2025. This is a key finding of our report “Hybrid Robos: how combining human and automated wealth advice delivers superior results and gains market share"... More >

Report: Social Media for Wealth Management 2016

Wealth Managers Need to Better Exploit Social Media
Wealth managers are still slow to effectively make use of the possibilities offered by Facebook, Twitter and other extremely popular social media platforms. For our report we analyzed the social media performance of more than 200 wealth managers worldwide, but found only few that manage to exploit social media’s viral marketing opportunities, such as ... More >

Report: Websites for Fund and Asset Management 2016

Top Fund Managers Slow to Provide Competitive Websites
The websites of the global leaders in fund and asset management fail to meet the highest standards in user experience and interactivity. This is a key finding of the new report which analyzes and ranks the desktop and mobile sites for individual investors of the world’s top 15 fund managers. The fund managers TIAA-CREF, Fidelity and Franklin Templeton top the ranking... More >