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Most of his findings point to money bringing out negative behavior in people.
Millennials in ultra-high-net-worth families are having the most influence on matters involving impact investing and philanthropy, according to a new study.
The number of U.S.-dollar millionaires in this African country is expected to grow at more than double the global rate over the next decade as the economy expands.
Blockbuster real estate deals are back and breaking records as cash from around the globe pours into U.S. office buildings, apartment complexes and other investment properties.
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Harvard University received a record donation of $350 million for its public health school from the family foundation of real estate developers Gerald and Ronnie Chan.
Research conducted separately by European Central Bank economist Philip Vermeulen and London School of Economics’ Gabriel Zucman show the wealth of the super-affluent is undercounted.
Four issues have broad implications for the relationships between wealthy investors, their advisors and private investment issuers, says Hannah Shaw Grove, executive editor of Private Wealth magazine.
Private foundations are gaining ground after the declines of the recession, according to the 2012 Council on Foundations-Commonfund study.