The true future of the Swiss banking industry rests heavily on emerging markets. As developed countries begin to turn away from Swiss banking, the newest and largest players become the developing countries. In particular, Asian and Middle Eastern countries are poised to be Switzerland largest asset partners.
This goal of being the biggest player in developing country asset management is going to be rather challenging for the Switzerland offshore financial industry though as these smaller and less developed nations typically have laws
governing the movement of wealth. This means that some citizens are locked to moving just 25% of their assets to Switzerland, so the Swiss banking industry will need to figure out a way to please Asian and Middle Eastern policymakers to improve asset movement.
The final stage in moving assets from the Asian region mainly lies with convincing high wealth entrepreneurs in the region that Switzerland is by far the best nation to move their wealth too. With that said, this opens up a number of doors for large players in Switzerland's offshore banking industry as convincing wealthy citizens to move their cash assets to a low tax, secure and stable economy shouldn't be overly difficult.