Thailand is getting back to normal, but what does this mean for the economy, the country and for the increasingly diverse and dynamic wealth market? The country has seen tremendous growth and many exciting developments within the wealth management sector in the past decade, but there remain some questions about the political situation, and questions over how the economy is resuming its growth trajectory after the devastating impact of the pandemic on its very important travel and healthcare markets.

Nevertheless, the wealth management market appears to have weathered many of these storms and to be both maturing and diversifying in terms of its overall proposition. Local and international players have been upgrading and enhancing their platforms and propositions as they compete for market share, with these moves largely being supported by a robust and consistent effort from the regulators and from the government itself. The pandemic clearly somewhat hindered the progress, of course, but experts believe it also offered a moment to incumbents and to newer competitors to hone their business plans, their models and their digital strategies to help them compete more effectively in the future.

While there are negatives, there is considerable optimism that the private sector, the regulators and the government will pull together to help the country’s economy burst fully back into life. The Hubbis Digital Dialogue of December 1 will look in-depth at the range of products and advice available across the different segments of wealth in Thailand, as the regulators gradually liberalise and help the diversification of products and the development of talent in the local market.

The discussion will analyse the evolution of the onshore WM offering compared with the offshore proposition, it will mine down into the regulatory environment and anticipate future developments there, and the experts will review the evolution of the customer base and their expectations and review in some considerable detail the competitive environment as major financial institutions and other players jostle for position for the years and even decades ahead, including assessing the success to date of some of the local/foreign JVs or partnerships between international private banks and established domestic financial market brands. Most importantly, the discussion will analyse the opportunities and challenges ahead in what is an increasingly diverse and robust wealth management market.

Dec 1

Thailand - Wealth Management Update

3.00pm - 4.00pm HKT/SGT

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Marie-Pascale Bonhomme

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Anurag Pandey

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Vincent Magnenat

Lombard Odier

Win Udomrachtavanich

DAOL Thailand Financial Group

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  • 15.00pm

    Thailand - Wealth Management Update

    • What is the current state of the wealth and asset management market in terms of the client base and the delivery of advice and investment solutions?
    • How will Thailand’s regulators, authorities and private institutions further develop its wealth management market?
    • Are there more and more Fintech and digital platform competitors, and how are they doing?
    • What are local private clients investing in these days, why and what is the outlook?
    • What is the state of digital transformation, and where are the banks and other players focusing their main investment and effort?
    • How do wealth managers in Thailand enhance client centricity and personalisation?
    • How do competitors enhance their value propositions, their range of products, their advice and their service?
    • Are there wealth management talent wars in Thailand?
    • The crystal ball - what next for Thailand’s wealth market?

    Moderator

    Michael Stanhope

    Founder & Chief Executive Officer

    Hubbis

    Speakers

    Win Udomrachtavanich

    Executive Chairman

    DAOL Thailand Financial Group

    Triphon Phumiwasana

    Managing Director, Private Banking Business Head

    Kasikornbank

    Anurag Pandey

    Head of Platform and Partnerships (APAC)

    additiv

    Marie-Pascale Bonhomme

    Deputy Managing Director

    Amundi Asset Management

  • 16.00pm

    Webinar Ends

Dec 1

Thailand - Wealth Management Update

3.00pm - 4.00pm HKT/SGT

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Speakers

Triphon Phumiwasana

Kasikornbank

Marie-Pascale Bonhomme

Amundi Asset Management

Anurag Pandey

additiv

Vincent Magnenat

Lombard Odier

Win Udomrachtavanich

DAOL Thailand Financial Group

Dec 1

Thailand - Wealth Management Update

3.00pm - 4.00pm HKT/SGT

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Dec 1

Thailand - Wealth Management Update

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