Private Banks Go Public

Private Banks Go Public

The private banking client is no longer the dark-suited dandy who meets with his personal banker behind closed doors in a hushed mahogany-paneled office. A new generation of clients that grew up in the Internet age is now looking for guidance on how to manage its fortunes. These are not brand-loyal customers who want to establish a life-long relationship with their private bankers. Instead, they are looking for greater access and control over their portfolios, and the Internet is their vehicle of choice. Connie Lloveras,"Germanating" 30x22, mix media/paper, 2000 Catering to these new types of hig

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