A personal cross-jurisdictional journey around why professional connections matter

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A personal cross-jurisdictional journey around why professional connections matter

It is a paradox that wealth sometimes does not bestow either control or satisfaction. One would think that the more spending power one can wield, the more one can "buy" a sense of control over one's life, says Nick Rucker, global head of private wealth at the international legal and professional services firm Ince. My own experience of working with wealthy clients leads me to the conclusion that, for some, the more things they own, the more those things can own them. Ownership can be a cur...

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