You don’t have to be a Rockefeller to join a family office. Family offices are private firms that manage just about everything for the wealthiest families: tax planning, investment management, estate planning, philanthropy, art and wine collections—even the …
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An Analysis of Prospective Aircraft Owners – Who are the Buyers in South-East Asia and How to Cater for Them
Mykolas Rambus, Wealth-X CEO speaks at the Singapore Private Aircraft Conference & Expo on the Analysis of Prospective Aircraft Owners – Who are the Buyers in South-East Asia and How to Cater for Them.
David Friedman, Wealth-X President speaks on ‘Understanding the Importance of Private Capital in Global Economies’ at the 2013 FOX Wealth Advisor Forum
China may soon be the birthplace to half the world’s billionaires but Singapore – the world’s richest city – is where they go to play. Some of the rich and famous who have moved to the tiny Southeast Asian island republic include Indian telecom tycoon Bhupendra Kumar Modi, Chinese movie superstars Gong Li and Jet Li, New Zealand billionaire Richard Chandler, and famed US investor Jim Rogers. One in six households in Singapore have a net worth of $1m, reflecting the flow of wealth eastwards as the centre of global economic activity shifts to Asia. With low taxes, a reliable, corruption-free government and protective private banking laws, the world’s ultra-rich are flocking to make Singapore home, giving it the highest percentage of millionaire households in the world. While the rich have fun, locals are struggling to keep up with the rising cost of living.
Can Indians dethrone the Chinese as the new “kings of bling”? Top global brands are looking to capture a fast-emerging market — but a unique set of challenges awaits them.