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Rate fret causes private banks to dial down leverage  

As markets transition into the post-ultra-low interest rate environment, private banks are both advising clients and revising internal systems to decrease leverage. “After reviewing the current environment, we’ve cut down on lending, especially against stocks,” says an Asia-based gatekeeper from an American wealth manager, also highlighting equity risk. “This is a market that loves making leveraged bets and decreased lending…

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