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Increased competition in the auction and appraisal industry is giving collectors more tools for cashing in on their valuables.
Private placement insurance can act as a tax-advantaged wrapper for hedge funds and other alternative investments.
Priced at up to $2,400 per bottle, CHateau Margaux is one of the world's rarest investable "commodities."
Carolyn Friend and James Weiner help families rediscover and define their values as part of their wealth transition planning.
Family offices shouldn't shy away from emerging hedge fund managers, many of whom outperform their more experienced brethren.
Sycamore Entertainment Group offers investors a piece of the independent film industry in the form of private equity funds.
Providing wealthy investors with customized portfolios means going beyond SMAs and "a la carte" offerings.
Clients looking for absolute, uncorrelated returns may want to consider investing in commercial litigation.
Key provisions in the 2010 tax relief act are particularly advantageous to families with $10 million to $20 million in wealth.
Advisors should be an active participant in helping wealthy families bring children into philanthropic leadership roles.
Financial advisors need to be at the ready when their clients get a midnight phone call informing them their child has been thrown in jail.
Multifamily offices and private banks see an increasing need for self-defense programs that help protect their wealthy clients.
The IRS is giving the holders of secret offshore accounts another chance to fess up, but with higher penalties than 2009's amnesty program.
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