What Does Trump’s Coronavirus Infection Mean for Investors?
October 05. 2020
The White House has confirmed that President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have both tested positive for COVID-19.
Navigating a Shipping Giant Through Trade Tensions and a Global Pandemic: Q&A With Fratelli Cosulich’s Timothy Cosulich
September 01, 2020
The commercial shipping industry has been at the epicenter of two ongoing crises.
Hong Kong’s Push to Lure Family Offices
July 24. 2020
Hong Kong’s push to attract more global investors and family offices is rapidly gaining steam. This week, the nation’s Financial Services Development Council published a report outlining ways to make the island a more attractive hub for global family offices.
Asia’s Race to Attract Investors Intensifies in 2020
July 09. 2020
Hedge funds and institutional investors looking to Asia may expect intense competition for their business in the coming years.
Growth Investors Turn to ASEAN’s Consumer Market: Q&A With RHL Ventures’ Rachel Lau
July 04, 2020
With more than a decade’s experience in the investment industry, Rachel Lau, Managing Partner at Malaysia-based RHL Ventures, is on the lookout for emerging consumer brands and startups tethered to SouthEast Asia’s rising income and consumer demands. In this interview, Lau details the impact of COVID-19 on the team’s portfolio companies and the future of their investments in the region.
Reimagining Europe’s Consumer Healthcare: Q&A with Vision Healthcare’s Bernard Lemaire
July 02, 2020
Belgium-based Vision Healthcare has amassed a portfolio of thriving consumer healthcare brands and products that have gained traction through the team’s savvy digital marketing strategies. Bernard Lemaire, the company’s co-founder and CFO, shares his outlook for the industry and the nuances of the firm’s M&A strategy in this interview with MarketCurrents WealthNet.
Taiwan’s Family Business Succession Issues
July 02. 2020
Taiwanese family businesses face a severe succession issue. The vast majority (56%) of family-owned corporations in Taiwan are still owned by the original founder. These aging first-generation entrepreneurs must now seek their successors in a wave that could transform Taiwan's economy.