Private banking AUM growth turns north

Assets under management at global private banks grow at 15%, a return to late 1990s levels, says Scorpio Partnership.

The global private banking industry manages over $4.6 trillion and, after declines in the past few years, has seen asset management growth rev up to 15% in local currency terms, a return to the heady days of the late 1990s, according to London-based research firm Scorpio Partnership. This reflected both improved market valuations as well as an influx of money from new and existing clients.

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