ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Helen Burggraf

Helen Burggraf is the editor of International Investment. A US-trained journalist, she has worked in Rome, New York City and London, covering everything from the fashion and retailing industries to the global drinking water and water-treatment sector, private equity, and most recently, the international cross-border financial services/advice industry.

EU authorities net assets, documents in ‘coordinated action’

By: Helen Burggraf | 20 Sep 2017

EU authorities in the Netherlands, Spain and Cyprus moved on 10 homes and businesses yesterday and seized goods, including an automobile, watches, cash and documents, in what…

Singapore’s regulator establishes int’l cyber security advisory panel

By: Helen Burggraf | 20 Sep 2017

The Monetary Authority of Singapore has announced the creation of a new Cyber Security Advisory Panel that it says will include “cyber security thought leaders from around…

UK’s Export Finance agency ‘enhances’ its overseas investment insurance product

By: Helen Burggraf | 20 Sep 2017

The UK’s Export Finance agency is to offer what it says is an “enhanced overseas investment insurance product” to better protect UK businesses that are investing abroad.…

UK’s JH&P launches wealth management service for American clients

By: Helen Burggraf | 20 Sep 2017

James Hambro & Partners, the London-based wealth management boutique spun off in 2010 from the JO Hambro Capital Management group, has unveiled a new investment management service…

FCA okays new CISI pension transfer qualification

By: Helen Burggraf | 19 Sep 2017

The UK Financial Conduct Authority has formally approved a new qualification proposed by the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment, known as the Level 6 Certificate in…

Bitcoin: Desperately seeking Satoshi Nakamoto

By: John Wyn-Evans, Head Of Investment Strategy, Investec Wealth & Investment | 19 Sep 2017

Cryptocurrencies generally and Bitcoin in particular have been under the cosh over the last week or so, as the Chinese financial services regulator and others have sought…

Knight Frank’s latest: ‘Jewellery overtakes cars’ but wine wins

By: Helen Burggraf | 19 Sep 2017

Investors in collectibles and “investments of passion” have been buying jewellery rather than classic cars recently, according to the researchers at Knight Frank, who have just published…

Falcon Private Bank names new chairman as part of reshuffle

By: Adrien Paredes-Vanheule | 19 Sep 2017

Falcon Private Bank, the Zurich-based, Abu Dhabi-owned banking entity, has named Roberto Grassi to succeed Christian Wenger as chairman. Wenger stepped down earlier this month in the wake…

AllianceBernstein in UK distribution deal with Raymond James

By: Mona Dohle | 19 Sep 2017

AllianceBernstein, a NYSE-listed US asset manager in which French insurance giant AXA holds a controlling stake, has announced a new distribution agreement with the British arm of Raymond…

Jersey law firm Baker & Partners announces launch of US affiliate

By: Helen Burggraf | 18 Sep 2017

Baker & Partners, a St  Helier, Jersey-based law firm which specialises in litigation and dispute resolution, has unveiled a new, Washington, DC-based affiliate, headed up by a…

Globaleye names Byron Murphy to MD role

By: Helen Burggraf | 18 Sep 2017

Globaleye has named Byron Murphy, a seasoned expat advisory executive who has largely focused on the high-net-worth expatriate market in Southeast Asia,  to succeed Scott Balsdon as…

‘Expats may lose pensions if no deal on contracts’: Times

By: Helen Burggraf | 18 Sep 2017

British expatriates living in Europe “could lose their pensions and have their insurance voided after Brexit”, UK chancellor Philip Hammond has been warned, The Times is reporting today. According…

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