Europe's old wealth seeks new home in Asia

These days, that Italian clan and other ultra-affluent families are moving assets to Singapore by setting up family offices in a city-state often touted as the Switzerland of Asia.


Estate of the art

According to the Mei Moses World All Art index, investment grade art grew in value by 10.2 per cent in 2011, outperforming both the S&P 500 and the FTSE All Share total return indexes.


One fifth of rich want to flee Britain ‎

One in five Britons with more than £250,000 in savings are thinking of living abroad because they are tired of crime, poor weather and the high cost of living, the wealth management arm of Lloyds Banking Group said on Monday.


Societe Generale Private Banking renews golf partnerships

Renewing these partnerships enables Societe Generale Private Banking to offer its private clients the opportunity to play with top-level golfers through an exclusive events programme organised around this sport throughout the world.


Cameron suggests UK charity tax changes may be watered down

Cameron said this week he’s ready to be the first British premier to publish his tax returns, according to a person close to him, as he seeks to defuse accusations that he’ll benefit personally from a cut in the top rate of income tax next yea


7IM backs European financials

The group’s latest investment outlook explains that European equities as a whole have reached a point where they can be considered undervalued.


Changes At The Top Of Venerable German Private Bank

While they may be a period where no member of the von Metzler family is among the bank’s partners, Leonhard von Metzler, 36, may be accepted as one in the future, FT Deutschland said in an e-mailed summary of an article to be published tomorrow.


Rothschild clan moves to cement its grip

The 69-year-old chairman of the Rothschild group is bringing together its French and UK assets under the roof of Paris Orléans, a French listed entity with its roots in a 19th-century railway company.