Coutts Q4 Outlook

We debunk some of the most popular myths around managing wealth that we hear from clients. And we look at some key considerations around passing the wealth torch on from one generation to the next.


Retirement dilemma: How much money do you really need?

Many of those under 55 in Britain don’t really know the answer to this age-old question, writes Penny Lovell Now don’t worry, this is not a column about dating advice. This is about another tricky question that we Brits seem singularly unwill


Embark buys Zurich platform

This acquisition will also enable Embark to develop retirement investment pathway solutions and underpin its workplace, pensions and savings propositions in 2020.


Liontrust eyes acquisitions as profits risea

The positive net inflows for our teams shows the enduring appeal of active fund management when investors can see the added value being provided and their expectations being met.


Liechtensteinische Landesbank moves to DIFC

The move to DIFC, and our new, larger offices in Burj Daman reflect the successful development of our business model in recent years and represents an important step for our future growth in the Middle East.


Julius Baer assets grow, but warns on impairment

Assets under management up 10% to CHF 422 billion – Benefits of cost-reduction programme starting to materialise – 2019 full-year results to be impacted by Kairos goodwill impairment – Launch of share buy-back programme of up to CHF 400


What's Been Driving Investment Performance in 2019?

Coutts clients have benefitted from these positive developments alongside other investors, but investment performance figures just released show we’ve delivered better returns than our competitors.


Lombard Odier named Private Bank of the Year

Lombard Odier beat off stiff competition to win the ‘Private Bank of the Year (International)’ title from three other shortlisted banks: Goldman Sachs, UBS and Nedbank Private Wealth.