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The wealth management industry saw a sharp slowdown in asset growth in 2018. Individually, wealth managers saw mixed success, with the strongest growth stemming from continued merger and acquisition (M&A) activity. Market uncertainty dominated the year, with record levels of outflows resulting in several key funds being suspended and heavy losses for investors. The sentiment behind these withdrawals was linked strongly to the Brexit process. Following the UKs eventual exit from the EU in January 2020, EU rules will continue to apply until a future trade framework is agreed between the UK and the EU – marking a degree of ongoing uncertainty. Against this backdrop, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced rules to stem future liquidity crunches, protecting investors and wealth managers alike.
This report provides an overview of the top wealth managers in the UK, based on business model and minimum investment thresholds as well as rankings based on assets under management. It explores regulations that pertain to wealth managers and offers insight into recent M&A activity, new entrants to the UK market, and divestment activity. The report also examines product and service innovations and personalized offerings.
Scope of this Report-
– St. Jamess Place, Barclays, and UBS Wealth Management remain the largest brands by assets under management (AUM), cumulatively accounting for just under a third of the assets managed by the top 20 wealth managers.
– Market conditions were significantly more challenging than in recent years. Annual growth slowed to just 1% in 2018 compared with 10% in 2018.
– Larger wealth managers sought growth by expanding into standalone territory, including digital advice, financial advice, and diversified wealth solutions.
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– Benchmark your market share against the top 20 UK performers.
– Understand drivers for AUM growth among leading wealth managers in the UK.
– Gain insight into M&A activity and organic growth for both new entrants and incumbents.
– Understand the growth within robo-advice services.
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Table of Contents
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.1. Market summary
1.2. Key findings
1.3. Critical success factors
2. THE UK WEALTH MANAGEMENT MARKET
2.1. Market slows amid ongoing uncertainty
2.2. The UK political landscape was a source of anxiety in 2019
3. WEALTH MANAGEMENT COMPETITIVE DYNAMICS
3.1. The market is split between onshore and offshore players
3.2. Leading managers see growth in a competitive landscape
4. REGULATORY TRENDS
4.1. Woodford, fund withdrawals, and rule reforms
4.2. Towards a more transparent and competitive market
4.3. Growth in ethical funds comes with increased scrutiny
4.4. Many firms are struggling with the MiFID II rules
4.5. Robo-advice evolved but regulation struggled to keep up
4.6. Industry fines increased in 2019
5. COMPETITIVE TRENDS
5.1. Brands are consolidating to drive growth and stability
5.2. Large wealth managers are restructuring to boost growth
5.3. New and emerging entrants include Santanders focus onthe HNW market
5.4. New products and services were launched amid market challenges
5.5. Digital developments include a cryptocurrency-based investment service
6.1. Abbreviations and acronyms
6.3. Secondary sources
6.4. Further reading