NRI investors’ growing interest in India: Rahul Malhotra of Bank Julius Baer

“India’s wealth management market is becoming highly competitive with digital disruption and the growing need for personalized client engagement”

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Julius Baer | Wealth Management | INR


The wealth management space in India is very competitive and yet the Swiss bank Julius Baer does not hesitate to raise the bar. RAHUL MALHOTRA, Head of Private Banking, Global India and Developed Markets, Bank Julius Baer, ​​in conversation with Samie Modak, discusses key trends in India’s private wealth management industry. Edited excerpts:


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First published: Mon 08 Aug 2022 22:34 IST

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