Tags: asset management
PwC appoints new Singapore Asset & Wealth Management Leader
PwC Singapore has appointed Paul Pak as the new Leader of its Asset & Wealth Management (AWM) practice with effect from 1 October 2019. Paul succeeds Justin Ong, who has led the practice since 2006.
PwC: Assets under management in Asia Pacific to rise to USD29.6 trillion by 2025, faster than any other region
22 January 2019
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Singapore, 22 January 2019– The Asia Pacific (APAC) asset and wealth management industry is expected to be the centre for global Assets under management (AuM) growth in
PwC launches the Asset & Wealth Management Asia-Pacific Research Centre in Singapore in collaboration with the Singapore Economic Development Board
PwC announces the launch of its Asset & Wealth Management (AWM) Asia-Pacific Research Centre which will be headquartered in Singapore.
Many Asian Investment Managers lag their Global Counterparts in the Adoption of Operational Best Practices, find PwC and Stradegi
Singapore, 24 November 2015 – A new report published by PwC and Stradegi finds that although investment managers have a relatively higher adoption of best practices in the Front and Middle office, there was a tendency to overlook best practices in the Back Office unless explicitly mandated by regulation. The report also highlighted that COOs are facing challenges in meeting regulations and achievi
PwC: Global alternative assets predicted to reach $15.3 trillion in 2020
Wednesday, 8 July 2015
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PwC: Global alternative assets predicted to reach $15.3
PwC Singapore launches new Asian Investment Fund Centre
PwC Singapore launches new Asian Investment Fund Centre focused on enhancing presence in the asset management industry across Asia.
PwC: Exchange Traded Fund Assets Under Management to exceed $5 Trillion globally by 2020
Professionally managed financial investments globally are predicted to grow at 6% per annum to reach $100 trillion by 2020, according to a new report by PwC. Exchange traded funds (ETFs) will pay a prominent role in this growth, as new investor segments continue to integrate them into their portfolios and fund sponsors continue to introduce more products.