Deutsche Bank starts web-enabled wealth management tools
By Joseph Samson
Apr 8, 2009
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Foreign lender, Deutsche Bank AG, India has come out with wealth management tools that will facilitate its retail clients. The bank on Monday launched web-enabled management tools named db WealthPro & db InvestPro.

These tools will help the retail clients of the bank to enhance their ability for planning and managing their wealth. Further the tools will present a combined and comprehensive view of the clients' wealth across their transactions through investment accounts, credit cards and others.

Deutsche Bank India, Head of Private Clients, Banking & Investments, Pankaj Narain said, "This new launch not only empowers our discerning customers to control and plan their own wealth but also provides them with a holistic financial planning approach. We will continue in our endeavor to create and provide innovative products and services for our clients to suit their financial needs across their life cycle with us."

Also the web-enabled tools will help the clients to trace their own portfolio across all the banks and thereby examine and change their investments including buying and redeeming of mutual funds.

Recently Deutsche Bank has been awarded as the Best Subcustodian by the Hong Kong based magazine ‘The Asset'.


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