London, 7 August 2019 – Germany’s onshore wealth management industry is still relatively nascent in terms of its products and services, and its asset management business is deeply rooted within pension channels. Professional family structures, such as family offices, have only come to fruition in the last 10 to 20 years, and Germany is currently experiencing its first true wealth transfer from older generations to younger ones. This environment is a potentially ripe and lucrative opportunity for private banks and wealth managers, but financial institutions need to be mindful of the trends at play.
This report explores the state of the German wealth management market in depth and uncovers the prospects and pitfalls that are affecting it. It is based principally on 15 primary interviews with several wealth management practitioners and technology vendors between March 2019 and June 2019, and it is supplemented by desk-based secondary research.
This 46-page Impact Report contains eight figures and 13 tables. Clients of Aite Group’s Wealth Management service can download this report, the corresponding charts, and the Executive Impact Deck.
This report mentions Aberdeen Standard Investments, ABN Amro, Aixigo, Allianz Global Investors, Ampega Asset Management, Amundi Asset Management, Avaloq, Bankhaus Lampe, Banque Pictet, Berenberg Bank, Bethmann Bank AG, BNP Paribas, Citi Private Bank, Columbia Threadneedle, Commerzbank AG, CQ Investment Group, Crealogix, Credit Suisse, Deka Investment GmbH, DekaBank, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Bundesbank, Deutsche Oppenheim Family Office, Donner & Reuschel, DZ Bank AG, DZ Privatbank, Edmond de Rothschild, Elinvar, Ellwanger, ERI Bancaire, FactSet, Fidelity International, Fidor Bank, Figo, Fincite, Finleap, Franklin Templeton, Fuerstlich Castell’sche Bank, Geiger KG, Goldman Sachs, Hauck and Aufhäuser, HSBC, HypoVereinsbank, JP Morgan, Julius Baer, Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW), Legg Mason, Liqid, M.M. Warburg, Merck Finck and Co., Metzler Bank, MM Warburg, Moneyfarm, N26, Objectway, ODDO BHF, Quirin Privatbank AG, Raisin, Rothschild Private Wealth, Scalable Capital, SEB AG, Segura & Jesberger, Societe Generale Private Banking, Spudy Family Office, Stonehage Fleming, swissQuant, Temenos, Traxpay, UBS, Unblu, Unicredit, Vaamo, Vanguard, Volks- und Raiffeisenbanken, and WisdomTree.