‘The wealth management market in India is becoming highly competitive with digital disruption and increasing need for personalised client engagement’
Julius Baer | Wealth Management | NRI
India’s wealth management space is highly competitive and yet Swiss bank Julius Baer is not fighting shy of raising the ante. RAHUL MALHOTRA, head-private banking, global India and developed markets, Bank Julius Baer, in conversation with Samie Modak, discusses key trends in the Indian private wealth management industry. Edited excerpts:
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First Published: Mon, August 08 2022. 22:34 IST