The Dragon Banker’s The Future of Wealth Management in The Middle East 2017 Report is the authoritative and decisive report that captures the main trends, challenges and opportunities that are emerging in the wealth management industry throughout the Middle East.
The Dragon Banker is a leader in producing wealth management research by publishing a plethora of reports on the nuances of wealth management across the Asia Pacific and the Middle East.
The publication focuses on the growing wealth management services emerging in Middle Eastern nations, the differences and similarities between high-net-worth individuals. (HNWI) in Middle Eastern states, and the future of wealth management in the region. The publication serves as a roadmap for Middle Eastern banks, international banks, law firms, insurance companies as well as technology vendors, to better serve the emergence of the HNWI class in the Middle East.
The Publication will Focus on Wealth Management in the Following Countries:
United Arab Emirates
The Structure of the Publication
Each of the country sections will have original research and interviews with Middle Eastern heads of wealth management, experts within technology vendors and insurance companies, to discuss their challenges, progress, and trends they are seeing in wealth management. The publication presents opportunities for global technology vendors, top-consulting firms, insurance companies and leading banks in the Middle East to present themselves as thought leaders within the publication.
The Publication will consist of the following type of materials:
• Interviews with senior decision makers.
• Firm profiles on leading banks, insurance companies and technology vendors.
• Opinion pieces from leading wealth managers, asset managers, and experts.
• Research notes written by The Dragon Banker’s analysts on the Middle East.
• Feature articles that consist of innovative stories on wealth management.
Who Should invest in this report
• Domestic Middle Eastern banks that are seeking to present themselves as leaders within their own wealth management markets or throughout all of the
• International banks who are keen to learn their status in the Middle Eastern market, and to identify emerging opportunities in the region.
• Technology vendors that are seeking to learn about the main technologies that banks are using in the Middle East.
• Insurance firms who want to learn about the main strategies private banks and banks are implementing
• Consulting firms who are seeking to show their thought leadership and present wealth management trends about the Middle East’s wealth management industry.
Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, Arab Bank, Bank of Sharjah, Citibank UAE, Commercial Bank International, Dubai Islamic Bank, Emirates NBD, Finance House, First Gulf Bank, HSBC Bank Middle East Limited, Barclays, Old Mutual, Swissquote Bank, Falcon Private Bank, Qatar First Bank, Mashreq Bank, Zurich International, Mondial Dubai, Globaleye, Acuma, Holborn Assets, Abu Dhabi Fiance, IP Global, Arbuthnot Latham, Centaur Asset Management, SHUAA Asset Management, Killik & Co, Pictet, DBS Bank, Standard Chartered, Lombard Odier, National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD), ABN Amro, Noor Bank, Qatar National Bank, Commercial Bank of Qatar
International Bank of Qatar, Al Ahli Bank of Qatar, Mashreq Bank Qatar, Doha Bank Qatar Islamic Bank, HSBC, Al Khaliji BANK, Standard Chartered Bank Qatar
1. The Dragon Banker’s methodology
2. The Current State of the Wealth Management Market in the Middle East
3. Current Insights into the Drivers of HNWIs across the Middle East
4. Note on Regulations Impacting the Middle East’s Wealth Management
5. The Psychological and Behavior Makeup of HNWIs in the Middle East
6. Market Sizing of the Middle East’s HNWI
7. Technology usage of HNWIs across the Middle East
8. Current Competition Amongst Banks for HNWI Clients and SWOT
Analysis in the following countries:
- United Arab Emirates
- Saudi Arabia