The FT says, through an integrated editorial approach, the Financial Times, FT Specialist and Nikkei Asia will explore the economic shifts affecting high-net-worth individuals and the wealth management industry. A central hub on FT.com will host content from all publications, while PWM, FT Adviser, Asset Allocator and Nikkei Asia will also serve their specific audiences in their own environment.
A cross-title FT Group editorial team will identify consistent editorial themes, led by a newly-appointed editor, added the publisher. A monthly subscriber email will be sent to registered users across FT.com, PWM, FT Adviser and Asset Allocator, and content will also be translated and published on FTChinese.
FT deputy editor Patrick Jenkins said: “The global wealth industry remains in flux, and looks set to continue growing, especially in middle-income countries. FT Wealth Management will deliver unrivalled insight to an already highly-engaged audience of FT readers. This way of working, with close collaboration across different titles, is new ground for the FT and promises to maximise the power of our journalism in this core area and I’m excited to see what we can produce.”Keep up-to-date with publishing news: sign up here for InPubWeekly, our free weekly e-newsletter.