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Citywealth editor Karen Jones speak to HSH Prince Michael of Liechtenstein about his passion for crypto and blockchain technology
In our 60 second interview series, Stuart Layzell speaks to Citywealth about his recent appointment as Chief Executive and the fundamentals of great client service.
Wealth management is exploring how technology can be deployed to better serve clients, more so than ever before, but with Robo being on-trend one year and now AI, what is the industry doing to deploy buzz tech and what is being done?
Back in 2015, predictions for the growth of Islamic finance throughout the Arab world and beyond were optimistic with Thomson Reuters predicting global assets would reach $3.25 trillion by 2020. Yet, with under two years to go, the current figure still stands $1trillion short.
In our 60 second interview series, Mary-Ann Wright founder of boutique family law practice Manders Law speaks to Citywealth about custody battles over a peacock and supporting clients through the emotional and psychological stress of litigation.
A potential life partner might be selected with the swipe of a finger, cohabitation is on the rise, and second and third families are becoming increasingly common. In light of changing relationships, what advice does the private client industry have when it comes to Wills and estate planning?
In our 60 second interview series, Chris Scott, founder of Himsworth Scott, a reputation management law firm, speaks to Citywealth about the importance of relationships within the private client industry and relaxing after work with his miniature dachshund puppy.
Mauritius is the fastest growing wealth market in Africa, according to a recent report, with the number of millionaires increasing by 20 per cent in the last year alone.
Private equity has been a boon for many in the IFC’s, while for others it has strengthened their resolve to remain owner-managed. So after many years of the PE model, Citywealth invited key players in the industry to debate: What is the ongoing effect for the trust industry?
In our 60 second interview series, Frank Strachan, Head of Tax at Edwin Coe speaks to Citywealth about the importance of listening, the increasingly complex tax environment and perfecting his golf swing.
The Chancellor’s Autumn 2018 Budget was peppered with vote-winning giveaways and yet it failed to deliver any handouts in the areas the private wealth industry had anticipated.
In our 60 second interview series, Elizabeth Hicks, Head of Family Asset Protection, London at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner speaks to Citywealth about the need for creativity in resolving family disputes and how it isn’t always about the money!
In our 60 second interview series, Rosalyn Breedy, partner at Wedlake Bell speaks to Citywealth about the growth of entrepreneurialism within the private client industry.
In our 60 seconds interview series, Hazar El-Chamaa, immigration partner at Penningtons Manches, speaks to Citywealth about the importance of offering holistic advice to HNW clients.
The Dutch private wealth market has found itself in favour as an increasing number of families from civil law countries worldwide look to consolidate their assets into Dutch foundations.
Since his election in May 2017, French president Emmanuel Macron has worked to reverse France’s reputation as a country that levies excessive taxes on the wealthy and is anti-business.
Families flow with Stonehage Fleming, 60 seconds interview with Wayne Elliott, Director Family Office Division in Neuchatel
Citywealth is proud to support #Powerwomen in the private wealth management industry. Herewith our selection of past interviews with our IFC Powerwomen to celebrate their achievements and as an introduction to some of Citywealth’s 2019 contenders for our #Powerwomen awards.
Jonathan Burt talks about his work with private clients in the modern world of financial transparency. He says he tells clients that the clue to the word “trustee” is in the name; they have to trust their trustee and accept that a trustee will be part of a family’s lives for a very long time.
A 60 second interview with Alistair Peel, owner and director at Strabens Hall financial advisors who recommends that you ‘Be who you really are’.