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‘What does the rise of China mean for the world? This question, perhaps the most important in the world at the moment, is explored at a conference sponsored by the Australian Centre on China in the World and the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs. It brings together some of the world’s best political scientists, strategists, economists, international relations experts and anthropologists to discuss how China’s rising wealth and power is changing the world’s dominant political and economic orders. Grounded in the idea that the different disciplines need to talk to each other, and not at or past each other, the papers presented over the course of two days have all been co-authored by people from at least two disciplines, covering a broad range of topics including: the geoeconomics o...
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While the Asia-Pacific region may house the most millionaires, North America is home to the richest of the rich. Follow Matt Moreno: http://www.twitter.com/mattmoreno See more at http://www.newsy.com Transcript: The list of Asia-Pacific's millionaires is growing, and it's growing fast. According to the World Wealth Report 2015 released by Capgemini and RBC Wealth Management, the region is now beating North America for the world's most millionaires — by about 10,000. While the area may boast the most millionaires, North America's still got the richest of the rich. The wealthy of North America account for $16.23 trillion in wealth, about a 9 percent bump from last year. Asia-Pacific comes in around $15.82 trillion. (Video via Capgemini) The wealthy of North America account for $16.23...
June 23 (Bloomberg) -- The number of individuals with at least $1 million of investable assets in Asia-Pacific region rose 26 percent to 3 million in 2009, matching Europe and almost overhauling North America's 3.1 million, according to the 14th annual World Wealth Report published yesterday. Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
The Knight Frank Wealth Report offers a unique glimpse into the attitudes, investments and choices of ultra-high-net-worth individuals (UHNWIs) from around the world. In the tenth edition, we’ve asked internationally renowned experts to share their own insights into wealth, property investment and the significant trends of 2016. Download the 2016 Wealth Report here: http://bit.ly/1QlrUAe Learn more about Knight Frank on our website: http://bit.ly/1TaghLn Follow us on LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/1nKelRC Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1zf0Erj Like us on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/23GncUQ Follow us on Instagram: http://bit.ly/1PRSKTB Follow us on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/1Q9rV7A Follow us on Google+: http://bit.ly/1KncU5k Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1QjMhgh
Asia Pacific boasts having the fastest growing affluent population including HNWI and UNHWI. The arrival of robo-advisory services, however, may have raised some alarms for financial advisory firms as the Capgemini-RBC Wealth Report 2015 suggests the growing interest in including digital tools in the portfolio of solutions to better manage their wealth.
At this year's Global Private Banking Awards ceremony in Geneva, Kathy Shih, head of Wealth Management Asia Pacific at UBS talks to Yuri Bender about the bank's growth strategy, managing costs and its multi-centre approach in Asia in 2014.
Just over one-third of the portfolio of a high net worth individual in North America is invested in stocks, even though the S&P 500 is up almost 210 percent since its March 2009 low, a new study said. Defined as one with at least $1 million in investable assets, not including a primary residence, RBC (RY) Wealth Management and Capgemini’s 2015 World Wealth Report found these wealthy individuals directed 24 percent of their portfolios towards cash. Some 18 percent of their portfolio was invested in fixed income, while 12 percent was allocated towards alternative investments. ‘One of the findings we’ve seen during the last few years when we’ve done this study is that we see high levels of cash for high net worth individuals,’ said Bill Sullivan, head of market intelligence at Capgemini Finan...
Millie Chan, Senior Consultant, Asia Pacific Markets, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP discusses the foundation as a civil law creature, and considers the key differences between the foundation and the common law concept of trust. Her presentation involves the various practical considerations in deciding between the two options for estate planning purposes, including structural planning that may span across both concepts.
The Asia-Pacific region is expected overtake Western Europe and North America in terms of "private wealth" by the end of 2018. Boston Consulting Group's annual report "Global Wealth 2014" shows the Asia-Pacific region,... excluding Japan,... is expected to outstrip Western Europe within this year. The report classifies private wealth as cash, deposits and securities, but excludes real estate. The report also expects the Asia-Pacific region will record an average annual growth rate of more than 10 percent by 2018. Last year, the amount of financial wealth held by Asia-Pacific region reached around 37 trillion U.S. dollars, up some 30 percent compared to the previous year. Globally, the amount recorded 152 trillion dollars, up nearly 15 percent from the previous year,... thanks to favorable...
Weber Shandwick’s Engaging Cities report examines the reputation of eight cities in Asia Pacific, the steps civic leaders and brands can take to enhance those reputations at home and abroad and the reasons why it is increasingly important to do so. For more information go to http://www.webershandwick.asia/engaging-cities