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家族办公室热潮:东西方对比

《家族办公室热潮:东西方对比》研究报告由星展私人银行委托经济学人智库撰写。

家族办公室是指为超高净值人士 (UHNWI) 服务的私人投资公司,在全球金融市场中日益壮大。咨询公司安永 (EY) 的数据显示,家族办公室的数量自2008 年以来增加了 10 倍,目前约有 10,000 家。

随着全球亿万富豪越来越多,家族办公室的数量、资产以及影响力也会不断扩大。家族办公室的传统始于西方,由富有的英美商人开启。然而,亚洲在过去五年蝉联全球最富裕地区。

本报告旨在研究东方(亚洲地区)和西方(欧洲和北美)家族办公室行事的差异,探讨文化、家族和财富创造如何影响家族办公室的结构和管理。

研究的基础包括广泛的案头调研,以及对家族办公室的所有者、经理和顾问进行深入访谈。我们感谢以下受访者的宝贵时间和见解:

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New research from The Economist Intelligence Unit, based on an analysis of over 10m conversations in public forums about personal finances, has sought to better understand consumer preferences when it comes to retail banking services. It finds that:

Sustainable finance | How will covid-19 reshape key Australian industries?

Awareness that sustainability means more than reducing carbon emissions is mounting in Asia-Pacific. Evidence to the fact shows in the response of the region’s sustainable finance market to the global pandemic.

In late 2019, the market was bullish. Asia’s sustainability-related assets under management looked set to grow appreciably, and most investors saw those holdings performing better than traditional equivalents.1

Then covid-19 struck.

Could Healthy China 2030 also be a blueprint for investment opportunity?

China’s healthcare sector began privatising in the 1990s, along with the founding of special economic zones based on a famously repeated pledge not to worry about if a cat was white or black so long as it caught mice. Since then, a mostly healthy path of economic growth has played out in China, attracting international capital. In an Economist Intelligence Unit survey from November 2019, institutional investors and asset owners showed a bullish stance on the country, with 84% saying they had increased

The covid-19 push: Accelerating change in Australian industries | Financial Services

Almost 90% of Australia’s 25m population uses the internet.1 According to the World Bank, all Australians over the age of 15 have a bank account, about 76% of the population makes online purchases and/or pays bills online, and about 60% of the population owns a credit card.

These numbers indicate an already mature payments market. “People are banked, and therefore very familiar with various banking tools to make payments,” says Filippo Giachi, managing director - APAC & MENA at DOCOMO Digital, the global mobile payments solutions provider.

The bold and the beautiful: Growing the modest fashion industry

“In its original form the modest fashion industry was a grassroots movement borne out of a growing generation of young Muslim women wanting to assert their Muslim identity,” says Shelina Janmohamed, vice-president of Ogilvy Islamic Marketing (an arm of the creative ad agency Ogilvy). Since then the sector has expanded beyond traditional elements such as the hijab to include loose-fitting and less revealing clothing.

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Overseeing AI: Governing artificial intelligence in banking

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  • Covid-19 may intensify the use of AI, making effective governance all the more urgent
  • A review of regulatory guidance reveals significant concerns including data bias, “black box” risk and a lack of human oversight
  • Guidance has so far been “light touch” but firmer rules may be required as the use of AI intensifies

The covid-19 factor: pandemic risk could be transformative for financial and social inclusion

Despite the prospect of a prolonged recovery to economic normality, covid-19 could be transformative for financial and social inclusion in some emerging markets.

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