This article has been published in french speaking swiss economic magazine Bilan. Does anyone understand...
This article has been initially published in French in Bilan.ch, Swiss economic magazine. The next challenge of the Swiss Wealth Management industry is to focus on service rather than transactions, clients rather than products, the real cost of a client relationship and a fair win-win price. With this it could achieve renewed long-term profitable development.
Note from the Editor In Coup d’Oeil, we observe the weak signals that could influence...
When the daily lives of our clients is to run a business or a position, ours is to cope with the exceptional. What our clients consider an exceptional project as they are confronted with such issue maybe once or twice, is actually our routine: critical issues, change projects, sensitive transitions; whatever sector and size; in different cultures.
You may work on cost and risk, you have to, but you should make sure the people who lead these projects work ultimately for clients’ satisfaction and not just regulators’. As regulator expect nothing else from banks than working for best client interest.
Initially published on Bilan.ch on 21 june 2016. How excelling at managing clients differentiates you? More than Innovation and Operational Excellence? Build a wall between you and competition.
If clients’ best interests guide decisions in Private Banking, we will get Compliance for free. Originally published in French in Bilan.ch.
Posted in Bilan.ch on 12 February 2016, French speaking Swiss magazine.
In previous post, we looked at how Private Banking emerged in Switzerland in 19th century and how it evolved before and after banking secrecy.
What is the situation today and how to ride the new waves ?
I identify two very different waves: Client centricity and Product centricity.
Posted in Bilan.ch on 22 January 2016, French speaking Swiss magazine.
To understand Private Banking DNA, as discussed in previous post, I start by looking at how Private Banking emerged in Switzerland in 19th century and how it evolved before and after banking secrecy.