Professional Wealth Management (PWM) carries the latest analysis of private banks, wealth managers and regional financial centres around the world, along with in-depth reporting on asset allocation, the fast moving regulatory agenda, digital operations and technology, with input from a broad range of thought leaders.

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James Newman
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7873 4651


Our circulation is biased towards active investors and executives involved in the intelligence gathering and decision-making process. According to fDi Markets, between 2014 and 2018, our audience was responsible for $476bn of capital investment in greenfield FDI projects globally. This guarantees a higher ROI for advertisers when compared to other titles.

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  • Outsourcing investment management to a third-party

PWM provides well-researched answers for asset gatherers looking for an external solution to an investment requirement, be it local knowledge, expertise in a particular asset class or the outsourcing of a “non-core” activity – our readership includes senior executives at investment banks, insurance companies and investment trusts.

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    Get in front of an audience of 15,500 corporates and crossborder investment professionals who are actively involved in FDI projects responsible for $476bn of capital investment in greenfield FDI projects globally.

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    PWM focuses on the world’s key investment hubs that bring together finance professionals, technological innovators and entrepreneurs

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    Our multimedia series represents an exceptional mix of exclusive content, multi-channel distribution and audience interaction, built around a series of in-depth video interviews

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    PWM’s Expert Series is designed to showcase an industry leader’s view of specific market or product developments in the wealth management and private banking sectors

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    PWM’s Spotlight Series focuses on financial centres, and the strengths of the jurisdiction and future