Our last blog covered the trends for the year 2020, this blog will zoom in on the wealth changes from the year 2019 compared to 2018. The World Wealth Report 2020 from Capgemini is an excellent piece to gain insight in the world’s wealth.
Capgemini published their top trends for 2020 and as a data company operating in the wealth management sector, the report is a must-read. Even though we’re already almost halfway of 2020, we’ve listed the nine trends mentioned in the report. What trends have you already seen?
Meet the newest team member of Check6! We would like to introduce to you our new Communications Manager, Hella de Jong.
You cannot ignore it anymore, COVID-19 has changed the lives of people dramatically in the last months worldwide. Governments are trying their utmost to mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus in order to contain it in a better way. In reality this reflects in staying at home as much as possible for most people.
In this piece, I would like to focus on the changing population within wealth management. The affects the client’s and advisor’s side as well as services demanded by the client and opportunities to sell services for advisors active in the wealth management industry.
In the last blog post from Check6 for 2019, we are looking at the best practices for family offices in 2020.
Onno Coenen (45 years old) joined the Check6 team as of 1st of November as the Commercial Director for Asia in Singapore. Onno and his wife moved from the Netherlands to Singapore in August 2018 and visited Singapore on a regular basis since 1997. The main reason for moving to Singapore was the opportunity to expand the business of a few of his clients (FinTech) to South East Asia. Over the last year, Onno has built his business network and is proficient in launching technology companies in the Singapore market.
Finding the right banking partners can make your life as a Family Officer a lot easier. Your custodians perform a number of services that you rely on, on a daily basis. For transactions, investment advice, compliance and reporting. The data the custodians create and distribute should be the foundation of your financial management, consolidated reporting and monitoring systems. The quality of that data is key.
And here, as with most things in life, not animals are created equal.