Wealth (February 2015)

SPOTLIGHT

In for the long haul

With a good dose of level-headedness and conservatism, Kishin R K, chief executive of property group RB Capital, is gunning for the big time

SUCCESSION planning among wealthy families can be a lengthy and difficult exercise. But for the father and son behind the real estate groups RB Capital and Royal Holdings, forward thinking is laying the groundwork for an expansion well beyond the groups’ combined asset base.

TRUST MATTERS

In any asset structuring exercise, the key is to take a fully informed view of the system as it is set up and as it evolves

PHILANTHROPY

Viva Foundation for Children with Cancer’s Jennifer Yeo has made it her mission to help in the battle against children's cancer

DEVELOPED MARKETS

With developed economies expected to lead global growth in 2015, developed markets equities will be in the limelight

ROUNDTABLE

Investing in 2015 remains a challenging endeavour. Against this backdrop, our panellists give their take on profiting from the most promising themes for the year

BOND MARKETS

Fixed income market is expected to continue to provide exciting investment opportunities, but investors should be more selective

EMERGING MARKETS

Among emerging markets in Asia, China and Indonesia are well poised for 2015

CURRENCIES

Key themes to watch out for in 2015 are policy divergence and disinflationary pressures

ASSET MANAGER

Amundi Japan's Yas Iwanaga gives his take on Abenomics and investing in Japan equities

REAL ESTATE

Singapore residential property market may see a recovery in the second half of 2015

LIFESTYLE

Those who want to hold Chinese New Year reunions at home in style are turning to high-end caterers

VIEWPOINT

Setting up trusts or corporate entities are steps investors can and should take to minimise the burden on surviving family members

ULTRA WEALTH

UK wine and spirits merchant Berry Brothers & Rudd has survived 300 years in the business by evolving and is set to continue growing in the next 300