Wealth management heavyweights join KKR's Global Wealth Investment Council

Newly formed forum

Valeria Martinez
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Morgan Stanley Wealth Management’s CIO and UBS Wealth Management International’s head of alternatives are among a list of industry heavyweights to join KKR’s newly formed Global Wealth Investment Council.

Launched today (25 March), the GWIC is composed of ten experts from top global wealth management firms, which also includes Brown Advisory, UBS Global Wealth Management, Bank of Singapore, Nomura Securities Fiduciary Research and Consulting, and Hightower Advisors.  The council is designed to serve as a forum for constructive dialogue and knowledge exchange on the topics of macroeconomics, capital markets, asset allocation and the role of private markets in individual portfolios.  Wellington Management partners with iCapital to bring alternatives offering to wealth managers "We are...

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