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The wealthy were expected to turn to shared ownership of jets, yachts and other high-end goods when the economy tanked. But they mostly resorted to no ownership, until recently.
In the face of public funding cuts, the University of Oxford hopes to get educated on U.S. fundraising techniques.
The number of Asia-Pacific millionaires is surging, but North America and Europe still account for the bulk of the world's ultra-high-net-worth population.
Bessemer Trust Co., UBS AG and Wilmington Trust also score high in a ranking of the largest multifamily offices.
Life-changing events for advisor Charlie Haines resulted in him transforming his business-and himself.
Technological innovation allows advisors to spend less time in the 'back office' and more time with clients.
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An Andy Warhol "Dollar Sign" is among the artworks seized from a bankrupt Irish property baron that are being auctioned off this month by Christie's.
Ray Dalio has returned 25% this year on diversified bets even as markets convulsed.
Annuities are often shunned by estate planners, but there are circumstances in which they can be useful, even in the largest estates.
Young heirs can make their mark through solid investments that serve both society and their family legacies.
Family foundation operations can spawn family conflicts-and advisors often are the ones called upon to help resolve the disputes.
Cultivating The Super-Rich
After The Facts