Despite the risks and huge outlays involved, buying football clubs has never looked more attractive to billionaire investors. Lawrie Holmes explores the magnetic appeal of the beautiful game.
The High Court libel trial known jovially as the “Wagatha Christie” case has fuelled Britain’s obsession with celebrity spats, but it also holds some valuable lessons for HNWs preparing for court, says Joshua Green, a family lawyer at Charles Russell Speechlys.
The barriers to starting a career in wealth management have always been exceedingly high, closing the industry off to a small group of established families. Inherited wealth, in particular, tends to be passed down through generations by the same hands.
You should never let a crisis go to waste, and Covid is no different say Jonathan Golden and Wyn Lewis
As the world is experiencing inevitable disruption, it is becoming clear that social tolerance for greed is decreasing and that we must prepare for change