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Second home, second passport? Buyer beware!

By: Robin Chapman | 10 Jan 2018

 As developing countries rush to sell citizenships to fuel disaster recovery or development, there are more opportunities than ever before to buy property that delivers a passport…

Sponsored: Jersey pension structures benefit 60 million people globally report says

By: Geoff Cook | 23 Nov 2017

The myth that investment activity undertaken in Jersey is relevant to and benefits only big business and wealthy people has been turned on its head with the…

OECD finds ‘deep’ divisions in society across a range of indices

By: Eugene Costello | 16 Nov 2017

More than one in three people are within just three months’ wages of poverty, says a new report that urges governments to find new ways to engage…

Multi-family offices see growth spurt as rich get richer

By: Eugene Costello | 15 Nov 2017

US multi-family offices are steadily winning market share from traditional banks and wealth-management firms by focusing on what they are best at and quietly outsourcing esoteric financial…

International Investment’s Essential Compendium of Acronyms

By: International Investment Staff | 10 Nov 2017

International Investment’s Essential Acronym Compendium is a collection we’ve put together over the years, in an effort to make sense of the financial services industry’s acronym jungle. If…

NZ, Singapore and Denmark top annual Ease of Doing Business table

By: Helen Burggraf | 01 Nov 2017

New Zealand, Singapore and Denmark retained their places at the top of the World Bank’s annual Ease of Doing Business ranking, published yesterday, while the US leap-frogged…

Euro-funds ‘close to historical peak’ in August

By: Eugene Costello | 27 Oct 2017

UCITS and alternative investment funds (AIFs) came close to matching their historical record in August with strong sales, the The European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) revealed…

World’s pension systems ‘at risk of creating inter-generational issues’

By: Helen Burggraf | 23 Oct 2017

“Inter-generational equity issues” are among a number of potential dangers facing pension systems around the world, many of which urgently need action taken now if countries are…

Third-party funds figure prominently on German buy-lists

By: Eugene Costello | 12 Oct 2017

One-third (32.7%) of the funds on German non-independent financial advisers’ buy lists are third-party funds, says a research firm that specialises in global asset management. This means…

Aviva Investors survey on sell-side research reveals biases

By: Adrien Paredes-Vanheule | 02 Oct 2017

London-headquartered Aviva Investors has conducted a survey of 342 sell-side analysts on the influence and the quality of sell-side research as well as on the barriers and…

Expat Explorer Survey: Which jurisdictions ‘best’ for wealth, earning prospects

By: Helen Burggraf | 27 Sep 2017

China and Asia may represent the overseas markets of the future, and the United Arab Emirates may be known for its agreeable tax regime. But when it…

Singapore tops Expat Explorer survey for third year running

By: Helen Burggraf | 27 Sep 2017

Singapore, the chewing-gum free city-state off the southern coast of Malaysia, has topped HSBC’s annual league table of expatriates’ favourite jurisdictions in which to live and work…

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