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November 4, 2013updated 11 Jan 2016 1:36pm

In the best of Spear’s last week, Spear’s Wealth Management Awards 2013, millionaire-producing universities and why the wealthy aren’t buying private jets

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We bring you the most popular Spear’s articles from last week, including the winners of Spear’s Wealth Management Awards, the universities which produce millionaire alumni and why the wealthy are no longer buying private jets

1. Winners Announced of Spear’s Wealth Management Awards 2013

Last night in front of over 700 HNWs, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, wealth managers and society figures, the winners of the Spear’s Wealth Management Awards 2013 were announced

2. Photos of the winners at the Spear’s Wealth Management Awards 2013

Spear’s presented awards to the most innovative, successful and entrepreneurial figures in the high net worth world this week


Pictured above: Spear’s editor Josh Spero and David Poole of Citi Private Bank with winner of the lifetime achievement award Sandra Davis of Mishcon de Reya

3. Smarter money: how the wealthy have been educated

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Ever wondered which universities have the most millionaire alumni and which subjects are studied by the most successful people of our time? A new study from Spear’s and WealthInsight offers the answers


Pictured above: LSO wine tasting and recital at St Luke’s

4. Music makes wine that much finer, says Oxford professor at LSO tasting and recital

The London Symphony Orchestra, the Antique Wine Company and an Oxford University professor researched the correspondence between wine and classical music. Chloe Barrow goes to St Lukes’s to test it out


5. Wealthy are renting, not buying, private jets

Private air travel is returning to strength – but increasingly to the benefit of companies which rent planes or offer flights rather those which sell private jets, says Alex Matchett

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