Four Pillars of Capital for the Twenty First Century
The long-term success of families entails far more than the preservation or growth of financial capital. It entails the nurturing of three further pillars of capital too: Intellectual, Social and Cultural.
Total wealth management for business owners and entrepreneurs
We explore our ability to respond to the needs of wealthy entrepreneurs who have accumulated a range of specialist investments, but are now facing the implications of passing on their wealth to the next generation.
Economic Outlook: Bill Emmott. November 2015
The most thoroughly flagged rise in interest rates in the history of the Federal Reserve Board - the US Central Bank (the Fed) - is about to happen, beginning the path back towards “normalisation”. As it will occur at a time of modest European growth, terrorist atrocities in Paris, new Japanese stagnation and troubled emerging markets, that normalisation promises to be anything but normal.