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October 24, 2013

Culture, education and the cost of living are all factors to take into consideration before emigration, but when it comes to tax incentives Switzerland is the top domicile – at least if you’re an entrepreneur.

Culture, education and the cost of living are all factors to take into consideration before emigration, but when it comes to tax incentives Switzerland is the top domicile – at least if you’re an entrepreneur.

According to the Global Opportunities report, released by BDO this week, the UK has the next most appealing tax regime, followed by Monaco.

The report said an entrepreneur should be looking primarily for tax benefits on dividends taken from their personal company, or capital gains realised on the sale of a company.

August 9, 2013

American Greetings Corporation returns to full family ownership, Wal-Mart mulls bid for Hong Kong supermarket chain, and Indian family firm announces expansion plans.

American Greetings Corporation returns to full family ownership, Wal-Mart mulls bid for Hong Kong supermarket chain, and Indian family firm announces expansion plans.

American Greetings Corporation
American Greetings Corporation has returned to private ownership, following a $612 million (€458 million) buyout by the Weiss family – descendants of Jacob Sapirstein who founded the company in 1906.

April 30, 2013

The value of prime real estate in New York, London, Hong Kong and Singapore is set to rise by 27% in the next five years, due to the growing number of ultra-high net worth individuals globally, according to recent research.

The value of prime real estate in New York, London, Hong Kong and Singapore is set to rise by 27% in the next five years, due to the growing number of ultra-high net worth individuals globally, according to recent research.

The Global Prime Sector Report – published by property developers Candy & Candy, Deutsche Bank and estate agent Savills – found that by 2017 the UHNW population was expected to increased by 20%, with their collective wealth increasing by 30% as international markets recover.

December 3, 2012

Despite the huge growth of the very rich in the big emerging markets, family offices have been slow to take hold. Campden asks why.

Dotted about Hong Kong’s and Singapore’s financial services districts are a number of multi family offices – or at least individuals and groups of people calling themselves multi family offices.

March 27, 2012

Two European family businesses have posted poor financial results following “another difficult year”, but Li & Fung, a family-controlled trading group in Asia, has fared better.

Two European family businesses have posted poor financial results following “another difficult year”, but Li & Fung, a family-controlled trading group in Asia, has fared better.

In the UK, family-controlled Wates Group said on 26 March that revenues rose by 13% to £1.12 billion (€1.34 billion) in 2011.

February 21, 2012

Fung Brands, the investment arm of Hong Kong’s billionaire brothers Victor and William Fung, has acquired a majority stake in France’s family-controlled fashion house Sonia Rykiel.

Fung Brands, the investment arm of Hong Kong’s billionaire brothers Victor and William Fung, has acquired a majority stake in France’s family-controlled fashion house Sonia Rykiel.

In a statement released on 20 February, Fung Brands said it has bought 80% of the Paris-based luxury business, famous for its colourful knitwear and poor boy sweaters.

January 6, 2012

Hong Kong’s three richest individuals are all family business owners but their fortunes declined last year as economic growth slowed in China, according to the city-state's latest rich list.

Hong Kong’s three richest individuals are all family business owners but their fortunes declined last year as economic growth slowed in China, according to the city-state's latest rich list.

Forbes magazine said Li Ka-shing, the 83-year-old chairman of family-controlled conglomerates Hutchison Whampoa and Cheung Kong Holdings, is Hong Kong’s wealthiest individual with approximately $22 billion (€17.2 billion) in assets. This represents an 8% decline from last year’s $24 billion.

December 12, 2011

Family-controlled Chow Tai Fook has raised less than expected from its initial public offering in Hong Kong, according to media reports.

Family-controlled Chow Tai Fook has raised less than expected from its initial public offering in Hong Kong, according to media reports.

September 16, 2011

The euro crisis and fears of a double-dip recession in the US and much of Europe have done nothing to upset the sentiment at the top of the global residential property market.

The euro crisis and fears of a double-dip recession in the US and much of Europe have done nothing to upset the sentiment at the top of the global residential property market.

The world’s super rich are still buying luxury properties, or those priced $5 million (€3.62 million) or over, and are mostly paying cash to do so, according to a report released by Christie’s International Real Estate.

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