Clarity on Performance of Swiss Private Banks - Success and failure in the 'new normal'

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Abstract

The new normal of Swiss private banking is relatively low NNM, persistently high earnings per FTE and falling revenue margins and profitability. Who will succeed in this new normal will depend on their ability to manage down personnel costs while attracting new business in an environment of stable AuM performance. Large banks appear to be winning the battle, gaining market share and enjoying
highest returns on equity (RoE). This will help drive consolidation in the market, which is already gathering pace due to market pressures and resolution of the US tax program.
Providing a potential stream of asset deal targets is a group of banks that are a considerable way from success – those that have managed to stabilize their decline or those in continuing decline. The signs point to a more dramatic fall in the number of market participants over the coming years and an even greater concentration of business at larger banks.

Authors Hintermann, Christian; Christe, Alain; Rickert, Philipp & Laamanen, Tomi
Language English
Subjects business studies
HSG Classification contribution to practical use / society
Date August 2014
Publisher KPMG AG Schweiz
Place of Publication Zurich, Switzerland
Depositing User Kata Julianna Isenring-Szabó
Date Deposited 01 May 2020 14:12
Last Modified 01 May 2020 14:12
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/260181

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Hintermann, Christian; Christe, Alain; Rickert, Philipp & Laamanen, Tomi: Clarity on Performance of Swiss Private Banks - Success and failure in the 'new normal'. Zurich, Switzerland : KPMG AG Schweiz, 2014.

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