At around this time every year I start to experience a mix of nerves and excitement after nine months of hard work, frustration and apprehension.
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The Wealth Report, Knight Frank’s flagship publication on prime property and wealth, won a prestigious industry award at last night’s International Content Marketing Awards 2013.
Ski homes are increasingly in demand amongst wealthy investors, who are competing for an asset which is in relatively limited supply, has lifestyle advantages and the potential for long-term capital growth, according to new research.
Classic cars have been the best performing asset over the past decade, with returns outstripping those for other luxury asset classes such as wine, coins, stamps and property.
Prices of £10m+ homes have recovered strongly since the post-crisis market low in March 2009.
One of the most interesting statistics to come out of our Attitude Survey of wealth advisers related to tax.
Last year, we posted a story on this blog highlighting Bill Gates and Warren Buffett’s desire encourage the growing ranks of India’s billionaires to set aside a larger proportion of their wealth for philanthropic purposes.
This year’s Wealth Report featured an interview with Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty who, along with husband Raj Kundra, is one of a string of Indian HNWIs who have invested in the country’s burgeoning Twenty20 cricket league.
In one of his last interviews before announcing his retirment from his role as CEO and President of Cartier, Bernard Fornas tells Global Briefing’s Andrew Shirley why Asia is so important to the luxury brand.
Raj Kundra and his wife Shilpa Shetty tell Knight Frank’s Andrew Shirley why they are passionate about investing in sport Sporting franchises are becoming an increasingly global commodity in terms of both audiences and ownership.