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.
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.
- Selecting the funds used within open or guided sales structure
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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.
WHY ADVERTISE WITH PWM
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.
PWM focuses on the world’s key investment hubs that bring together finance professionals, technological innovators and entrepreneurs
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES WITH PWM
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
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
PWM’s Spotlight Series focuses on financial centres, and the strengths of the jurisdiction and future