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Wednesday, Dec 17, 2014

Financial services providers risk losing out with millennial generation

Financial services providers risk losing out with millennial generation

 Latest research from Said Business School and BNY Mellon shows that millennials are twice as likely to turn to parents for financial advice than they are to the banks with belief that products are not actually targeted at them. Read more...

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Art / Wine / Collectibles

Art / Wine / Collectibles

Why Hollywood Is Hungry For Rare Diamonds

Celebrities buy big rocks for show, but they are also betting on a predicted jump in the value of rare diamonds. Read more...

Family Businesses

Family Businesses

Australian family businesses setting themselves for tsunami of failures

Failure to address the pending challenges, and thousands of family firms on the brink of transition may prove too much for many firms in Australia in the next decade. Read more...

Technology

Technology

10 steps for family office internet security

New White Paper from Archway Technology Partners Inc and Trusted Family explains how family offices can mitigate risk with ten steps towards greater internet security. Read more...

Legal / Regulatory

Legal / Regulatory

Pre-nuptial agreements and the family business

Unlike death and taxes, divorce is not inevitable. But it is increasingly common. Prudent families in business, looking to the long term, will want to make plans just in case it happens. Read more...

Investments

Investments

Protecting the value of your private collection

Private collections is a term that is often used but has a wide remit, including everything from paintings and sculpture to antique furniture, wine and jewellery. In fact, in recent years these assets represent a growing contribution to the private investor collections. Read more...

Philanthropy

Philanthropy

From the backstreets of Bangkok to a billionaire philanthropist

Billionaire businessman William Heinecke discusses his unique, entrepreneurial approach to philanthropy. Every year on his birthday on June 4th, billionaire William Heinecke closes his company of 45,000 staff for the entire day. I ask everyone to give up their day to work for a charity, whether they are painting a school or working with their community. It is their gift to me. Read more...

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