As the world continues to recover from the pandemic, personal investors must navigate several headwinds as they look for opportunities to create wealth. What is wealth?
Its definition has changed over generations. Digitally savvy, well-traveled, more environmentally and socially conscious than their parents and grandparents, today's young investors have very different ideas for putting their money to work.
They are more open to taking risks. Luxury items aren't the primary focus, and the "experience economy" is in. Purpose-driven companies are in favor. And a growing culture of entrepreneurship, particularly in Asia, is creating a new band of high net worth individuals who understand the importance of building long term wealth.
But, the global backdrop remains challenging: the world continues to be buffeted by geopolitical tensions, increased market volatility, high inflation and broken supply chains. Amid these uncertainties, where are the opportunities? When life fully returns to normal, how will we put our money to work?
The Bloomberg Asia Wealth Summit will gather leading investors, economists and money managers who will cut through the jargon and bring actionable intelligence to private investors and family offices. Together, we'll navigate the volatility and unearth where the opportunities for wealth creation lie.
Chief Executive, Wealth and Personal Banking
Chief Investment Officer, Southeast Asia, Global Private Banking and Wealth
Retail Banking Head
Global Head of Family Office Services Wealth Management Division
Managing Director, Head, Portfolio Management and Research Office
Bank of Singapore
Chief Marketing Officer
Chief Executive Officer and Head of ESG Investing
Lim Ping Ping
Head, Family Advisory and Wealth Planning APAC
LGT Banking Group
Chief Investment Officer and Head of Discretionary Portfolio Management
Nomura International Wealth Management
Caroline D. Pham
United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission