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Emirates NBD was first established as the National Bank of Dubai in 1963 and merged with Emirates Bank International (EBI) on March 2007 to Emirates NBD.
Emirates NBD is said to have 126.3 billion USD of assets under management (figure as of December 2020).
Headquartered in Dubai, Emirates NBD employs around 9000 people and offers both conventional and Sharia compliant funds.
The Group has operations in UAE, Egypt, Germany, Austria, India, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and representative offices in China and Indonesia.
Emirates NBD is regulated by the UAE Central Bank.
Emirates NBD offers private clients the following services:
1. Investment advisory services:
Emirates NBD claim to offer advice at every stage of a private clients investment journey. This includes helping them identify their goals, providing transparency and creating investment portfolios that help clients achieve their goals.
Emirates NBD specifically talks about appealing to active investors (read our expert verdict to learn what we think about active investing) and having professional investment advisors to create investment strategies.
2. Trust planning:
Emirates NBD also provide wealthy families with long-term trust support and administration capabilities to support their needs. This allows private clients to smoothly pass wealth through generations, gain flexibility and protect assets.
3. Estate planning:
Emirates NBD can help structure your families finances and succession planning to best suit your circumstances while ensuring wealth protection. ENBD can also manage global assets and put a legacy plan in place for the future.
4. Lombard lending:
Emirates NBD provides their private clients with a wide range of credit solutions against their cash balances, investment portfolios and properties. Under this, clients also get IPO financing and universal life insurance services.
5. Real estate advisory:
Emirates NBD mainly helps private clients in UAE and London with their real estate needs. It can also help their private banking clients with commercial property needs, residential search service, investment funds and joint ventures opportunities.
6. Trade execution:
Ideally suited for experienced investors, this service offered by Emirates NBD helps clients efficiently execute their investments. With execution offices in Dubai and Singapore, they provide access to listed capital markets and over-the-counter (OTC) instruments globally.
7. Discretionary portfolio management:
Emirates NBD provides a managed portfolio service for their private clients from their DIFC and London branches. Under this, a dedicated team will look into a clients cash flow needs to assess their risk tolerance and a diverse investment portfolio is created. A dedicated team also gives clients regular reports and monitors portfolio performance.
We would highly recommend reading the 'expert verdict' section of this review to make an informed financial decision.
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If you wish to repay portfolio leverage or other lending, provide a charitable legacy without affecting the amount passed down to your family or need to pay taxes and provide a fair division of assets to your decedents - Emirates NBD can help you with it as part of their liquidity planning service.
Yes, Emirates NBD offers DFM services, that are available in-house through the Emirates NBD London Branch (regulated by the FCA) and Emirates NBD Asset Management (DIFC, UAE).
Emirates NBD's investment approach is called the systematic approach.
It consists of 4 steps which can be summarised below based on the information Emirates NBD provides:
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With Emirates NBD you are assigned an account manager, rather than a private banking specialist.
In financial services, this typically means fewer qualifications and the likelihood you are working with a salesperson rather than a fiduciary who has your best interests at heart.
If you are already a private banking client of Emirates NBD, we would recommend a no-obligation Second Opinion to ensure you are on track to reach your ideal future.
Additionally, we are happy to review the financial plan that has led to the investment portfolio you currently have.