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Despite the challenging economic climate, mainland China was home to 300,000 high-net-worth-individuals (HNWIs), worth a combined $1.3 trillion in 2008.

Despite the challenging economic climate, mainland China was home to 300,000 high-net-worth-individuals (HNWIs), worth a combined $1.3 trillion in 2008. And the number of Chinese HNWIs estimated to grow by 6% in 2009. As the fastest growing market, China is attracted Sino-foreign banks to compete in the private banking industry. Taking consideration of the infancy of local financial market, many riches are preferential to manage their fortunes offshore in previous Chinese emerging market. The foreign funded banks occupy the most part of market share. The occurrence of financial crisis makes Asia especially China become the minimal negative influential country and the safest market. Chinese rich families are even preferential to invest at home, which brings huge development opportunities for China private banks. By contrast, China private banking market, with huge market potential, needs perfection of supporting infrastructure in its infancy.

Private Banking Congress 2009 will gather senior executives from Sino-foreign banks, Swiss banks and family offices as well as regulators to discuss about how to optimize product offerings, improve services levels and broaden offering channels, offering a great platform for them to share their viewpoints about High Net Worth Individual needs and China private banking future roadmap.This event also will provide you with the fast and accurate information on this industry, the chance to raise the profit and seek the cooperation.

Key issues of this event:
• Banks & Clients: Face to Face – What do the China’s Rich Really Need
• Overcoming the Challenge for Customer Relationship in Financial Crisis
• Identifying Investment Trends and Opportunities in a Bear Market
• Developing Innovative Products and Value-added Services Attractive to the HNWIs
• Critical Success Factor of Swiss Private Bank – How to Become a ‘Hundreds-Year-Old Bank’

For more information, please visit: http://www.privatebankingcongress.com/