What Family Offices Can Learn From Pension Fund Investments
December 22. 2020
Perhaps the only investment vehicle other than a family office that can be defined as “patient capital” is a pension fund.
The Silver Wave Surfaces New Real Estate Opportunities
December 20. 2020
America’s population is rapidly ageing, which is transforming the demand for real estate across the country.
The Impact of Covid on Billionaire Rows Across the World
December 15. 2020
New York’s Billionaire’s Row, a set of ultra-luxury residential skyscrapers, constructed or in development, located along the southern end of Central Park in Manhattan, New York City, have suffered a blow this year.
Airbnb IPO: The Wealthy Investors Who Got in Early
December 10. 2020
With Airbnb listing on the Nasdaq today, early investors are bracing for a windfall.
How the Sports Gambling and Stock Trading Worlds Collided in 2020
November 26. 2020
With stimulus checks flowing in and much of the economy shut down this year, millions of Americans have found themselves in an unfamiliar situation - sitting on too much cash with few avenues to spend it.
The Work-From-Home Movement Turned the Fashion Industry Upside Down
November 24. 2020
In 2019, global retail sales of apparel and footwear reached $1.9 trillion. Experts expected the industry to add another trillion by the end of decade, driven by a growing population, rising incomes and increasing urbanization.
Brookfield Gobbles Up More Properties During the Pandemic
November 17. 2020
Canadian real estate investment trust, Brookfield Property Partners, may have found itself at the epicenter of the COVID-19 crisis when the global economy shut down.
The Nearly Invincible Beauty Industry Has Stumbled This Year
October 27. 2020
The global beauty consumer products industry has been remarkably resilient through most previous economic crises.
Wealthy Investors Rethink Income Strategies As Global Interest Rates Hit Zero
October 23. 2020
A global health and economic crisis has compelled several central banks to lower interest rates to 0%.