Investment Advisory Summit, Singapore 2015

Investment Advisory Summit, Singapore 2015

Date:
May 20, 2015
Time:
9:00am – 3:30pm
Venue:
The Fullerton, Singapore

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Overview

Beginning in 2010, the Investment Advisory Summits (IAS) are the only events held in Asia that specifically address the needs and issues facing the ever-important heads of advisory and investment counselling at Asia’s leading private banks.

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Agenda

8:30am – 9:00am Registration and Coffee
9:00am – 9:05am Welcome and opening comments
Paris Shepherd, Managing Director, Asian Private Banker
9:05am – 10:00am In conversation with CEOs | Differentiate or Die?
With private banks in Asia eager to distinguish themselves by the quality of their advice, will the investment advisory community finally be at the front and centre of the business model? Will investment advisors be as sought after as relationship managers? Will they be remunerated on a similar scale? Is market performance the single most important criteria when evaluating advisory personnel?

Chair:
Andrew Shale, Publisher, Asian Private Banker

Panellists:
Anuj Khanna, Managing Director, Chief Executive Officer, South Asia, Bank Pictet
& Cie (Asia) Ltd
Evrard Bordier, Chief Executive Officer, Singapore, Bordier & Cie
Kwong Kin-Mun, Head of Southeast Asia, Wealth Management, Deutsche Asset &
Wealth Management
Tan Su Shan, Group Head Consumer Banking and Wealth Management, DBS Bank

10:00 – 10:40am Session 1 | Know your customers
The Asian high net worth client is difficult to define and meeting the needs of this diverse group is a significant challenge. Is the Asian private banking industry set up to meet the needs of clients today and in the future? In this session, Andrew Hendry will share fresh insight from M&G’s proprietary research programme, providing a view on what your customers need from their private banking relationships, how they benchmark their wealth, and what they really see as their financial goals.

Presenter:
Andrew Hendry, Managing Director Asia, M&G Investments

10:40 – 11:05am Coffee break
11:05 – 11:45am Session 2 | 2015 and beyond – approaches, themes and opportunities
Hear insights from discretionary portfolio managers and gatekeepers of advisory mandates, who explore key investment themes for 2015 and beyond. Which asset classes and instruments are these decision-makers keeping an eye on? Where are flows headed? What are the expectations for the year ahead?

Chair:
Bernard Wai, Managing Director, Head of Asia Pacific Private Client Solutions Investor Sales, Citi
Panellists:
Mario Christoph Becker, Head of Investment Advisory, Southeast Asia, Standard
Chartered Private Bank
Patrick Grossholz, Managing Director, Head of Investment Management, Asia
Pacific, UBS Wealth Management
Tuan Huynh, Regional Head of Portfolio Management, Asia Pacific, Deutsche Asset
& Wealth Management

11:45 – 12:25pm Session 3 | Regional Perspectives on regulatory preoccupation
Management responsibility, open communication, and transforming culture: Hong Kong, Singapore and regional perspectives on these regulatory preoccupations and how these preoccupations are changing regulators’ behaviour, and how to manage the risks.

Presenter:
Matthew Newick, Partner and Head of Litigation & Dispute Resolutions, Asia Pacific, Clifford Chance
Nish Shetty, Partner and Head of International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution, South and Southeast Asia, Clifford Chance

12:25 – 1:00pm Session 4 | The future of managed investments for high net worth investors
The panel will discuss some of the marketplace trends and disruptive factors that are changing the way private banks service their clients. Along with portfolio construction, technology, regulation, cost pressures and evolving investor preferences, the panel will look at innovations in asset management and discretionary solutions that are increasingly being utilised to meet investors’ wealth management needs.

Chair:
Anthony J. Harper, President and Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific BNY Mellon Managed Investments

Panellists:
Andrew Barrett, Managing Director, Regional Head, Asia Pacific, Citi Wealth
Advisors
Bryan Henning, Managing Director, Head of Global Investments and Solutions –
Asia, Middle East & Africa, Barclays
Edouard Hoepffner, Managing Director, Head of New Product Development &
Client Solutions, Coutts
Simon Grose-Hodge, Head of Investment Advisory South Asia, LGT Bank
(Singapore)

1:00 – 2:00pm Luncheon
2:05 – 3:00pm Session 5 | Breakout sessions

a. Case studies: tools and methodologies for efficient portfolio allocation
The investment landscape has changed significantly since the Global Financial Crisis. A vast array of tools and products for gaining market access, generating yield and managing market risks are available to investors. How do we determine which are most effective at meeting the needs of investors?
Citi explores some recent successes in credit and credit-linked products which offer attractive risk/return profiles, and which can support efficient portfolio allocation.

Moderators:
Bernard Wai, Managing Director, Head of Asia Pacific Private Client Solutions Investor Sales, Citi
Bao Vu, Director, Commodity Investor Products, Citi

b. Exploring the differences between the perceptions and reality of the Asian HNWIs
Following the morning introduction to M&G’s research on high net worth investors, Ben Cherrington will lead an interactive discussion, exploring and debating salient insights from the findings. In particular, the session will explore notable differences between the perceptions and reality of the profile, behaviour and key financial motivators of Asia’s high net worth individuals.

Moderator:
Ben Cherrington, Director, Intermediary Channels, Asia Pacific, M&G Investments

c. The evolution of technology influencing the buying habits and manufacturing of structured products.
We would like to take this opportunity to discuss advisory, technology and solution driven approaches to family offices and independent asset managers.

In this day and age we believe investors are much more knowledgeable, and with the next generation inheriting wealth they are even more focused on solutions rather than opportunistic trades. The difference in this culture offers a different investment approach and mentality that we would like to discuss at this roundtable.

Moderator:
Eugene Lee, Head of Financial Products Advisory, APAC, Vontobel Investment Banking

3:00 – 3:30pm Coffee and networking session
3:30pm Close

Advisory Council

Bryan Henning
Managing Director, Head of Global Investments and Solutions – Asia, Middle East & Africa
Barclays

Eric Goh
Executive Director, Head of Investors for Southeast Asia
J.P. Morgan Private Wealth Management

Mario Christoph Becker
Managing Director, Head of Investment Advisory, Southeast Asia
Standard Chartered Private Bank

Patrick Grossholz
Managing Director, Head of Investment Management, APAC
UBS Wealth Management

Ron Lee
Managing Director, Head of Investment Advisory, Private Banking, Asia
Union Bancaire Privée

Simon Grose-Hodge
Head of Investment Strategy
LGT Bank (Singapore)

Tuan Huynh
Regional Head of Portfolio Management, Asia Pacific
Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management

Partners

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Inquiries

For further information, please contact: sonia.lam@asianprivatebanker.com