As the fastest-growing market driving wealth creation, Asia-Pacific attracts considerable attention from private banks, wealth & investment bank advisers and index providers. Yet, the region is also extremely competitive. With the number of high net worth clients, they are expecting the best advice to help them generate income, preserve capital and protect assets. The rise of the next generation, as wealth transfer accelerates, is also underpinning the evolution of investment priorities. Among this generation, a number see themselves as agents of change with the focus on ESG like never before.
With Covid-19, the skill of private banks, wealth & investment advisers, and index providers are being put to the ultimate test. The outbreak has not only disrupted businesses severely, financial markets around the world are also experiencing elevated volatility putting added pressure to wealth preservation. As the provision of healthcare becomes top of mind, it also engenders deep thinking on the idea of wealth care. In the post-pandemic world, operating models are unlikely to stay the same, and they will be shaped by greater demands for ESG as an essential value driver, even as pressures on cost, regulation, and new technology intensify.
In recognition of these emerging trends, The Asset is pleased to launch the Triple A Private Capital Awards for Private Banks, Wealth & Investment Bank Advisers, Solutions and Index Providers. The Asset Triple A Private Capital Awards shines the spotlight on new categories to showcase the change agents among high net worth individuals and the private banks, wealth managers, bank solution advisers and index providers that partner with them.
These awards cover the Asia-Pacific markets, including Japan and Australia. The coverage period is from April every year to end-March. The deadline for submissions and documents is end May. Results will be announced in September each year on TheAsset.com and The Asset magazine.
The awards are open to high net worth individuals, family offices, private banks, wealth managers, bank advisers and index providers. Banks and fund managers that provide investing opportunities to high net worth individuals are also encouraged to submit solutions that are differentiated and that reflects the investment options across traditional and alternative asset classes in both the public and private markets.
We look forward to your submissions.