Wealth management firms require transformative leaders if they want to remain competitive
While many of the big markets have caught up to their pre-crisis levels, profit margins remain squeezed as increasing competition from new entrants, strict compliance demands, and bloated backroom services leave many wealth management firms, boutiques, and private banks struggling to make a profit.
To compete effectively and return to pre-crisis profits, firms require executives with the strategic experience to re-define a firm’s product range to focus on core competencies and add value to their customer service.
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