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Wealth Management

Friday, October 11, 2013

Wealth management has reached a critical juncture. The pressure to expand and cross-sell could encourage employees to cut corners and regulators to crack down on questionable practices. All this applies to big banks, which thirst for sources of growth, and small banks, which are jumping headlong into the business and catering to the less affluent clients ignored by large banks.

How Small Banks Are Succeeding in Wealth Management

New Reliance on Wealth Management Carries Risks

Video: Bank of the West Expands Wealth Business

Video: Bank of the West Execs on Winning Wealth Customers

Moving Money Across Borders, Phone to Phone
Bill Barhydt, founder of startup Abra, explains how his company's mobile app uses bitcoin as a payment rail for cross-border remittances while solving the foreign exchange risk and last-mile problem that have hampered adoption of the cryptocurrency.