Wealth management and the digital age

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Written by Daisy Reece In 2008, the financial crash led to rapid changes in the commercial world. It was the beginning of an unprecedented global recession; in the wake of the crash, Lehman Brothers went bankrupt, and several financial institutions … Continued

UHNWI’s & Charity

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With great wealth comes an increased sense of obligation to give something back. Many UHNWIs through either building or inheriting their own wealth, reach a point where they realize that amassing countless possessions and spending lavishly on themselves does not … Continued

Healthcare Abroad

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For many years now a large number of HNWIs, hailing from the Arab States in particular, have been travelling abroad to foreign countries in order to receive private medical treatment. The reasons for this vary in nature, but it is … Continued

Wealth Management For the UHNWI

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Wealth management can seem like a vast area filled with nuances and complexities, and certainly the waters may seem murky at times, but defining wealth management is actually very simple: a wealth management provider should consult with clients as to … Continued

Megacities

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Imran Hussain Megacities are cities with populations of more than 10 million citizens and are a prime target for looking to make investments in real estate. There are currently 28 mega cities in existence, but by 2030 it is predicted … Continued

Family Trusts

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Luke Cloherty   Introduction In the last issue of Citizenship by Investment we brought you an overview of trusts and their applicability to you finances and assets. Over the course of the next few issues we’ll be looking into different … Continued

Cities in Focus: London

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Luke Cloherty   Wealthy Arab nationals relocating and investing abroad tend to look in the areas where capital investment is thriving and property prices are growing. Metropolitan districts, with their vibrant arts scenes, top class restaurants, financial hubs and institutions, … Continued