Wealth (April 2016)
IN the context of investments, collectibles such as art and jewellery sit firmly in the alternative assets basket. The wealthy, particularly those in the ultra high net worth segment, buy collectibles for the love of the items, and not necessarily for their price appreciation potential.
Year-old Asia Philanthropy Circle finds that when members collaborate, outcomes exceed the sum of the group's individuals.
A look at forced heirship regimes and estate planning for investments in Europe.
With decades-long client-related experience under his belt, ABN AMRO's Hans Hanegraaf says the bank is nimble enough to service NextGen clients.
Investors need to be astute in picking winners that could emerge from new growth platforms.
Our panellists give their take on how investors can harness or tame volatility to benefit their portfolios.
Investors may consider defensivetheme plays in Reits as headwinds pose challenges in the near term.
In view of lower oil prices, investors should exercise caution on US high-yield and investment-grade markets.
Equity Market Neutral strategies may enable investors to maintain equity exposure while navigating changes in market cycles.
Investors who use investment advisers that act like fiduciaries will stand to gain in the long term.
2015 was a tough year for Asia's wealthy; the next decade shows huge growth potential.
Non-profit Whole World Water's raison d'etre is to bring clean, safe water to people who lack it, as soon as possible.