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More than 90% of wealthy families will fail to transition the wealth past the third generation. This fundamental truth seems to transcend both time and cultural boundaries. As proof, the multi-cultural wealth manager will quickly find ...
It wasn’t all that long ago that around certain private banks and corporate finance houses the phrase ‘dumb money’ could be heard rather frequently. It was sometimes used to refer to wealthy private investors because they were ...
I’m not going to look back at the early days of the gaming industry with rose tinted glasses and suggest that licensing was ever easy. Getting a gambling licence in a proper and respectable jurisdiction has always, quite rightly, been ...
There was once a time when a gaming entity’s Operations Manager was the top dog when the regulator came to visit. The Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO), by contrast, was only really called upon in times of crisis. In recent ...
With 250 Million people now with ad blockers, potentially draconian EU data privacy legislation coming on-stream and a general distrust of personal data being hacked, a new world is emerging. In this world, advertisers like Unilever ...
What comes to mind when you hear the phrase “central management and control”? For many, the eyes will start to glaze over and thoughts will drift to plans for the next holiday in the Caribbean. However, if you have an interest in a ...
Monopoly is a firm family favourite – a board game that has no doubt caused many family domestics since it was first released in 1935. It’s an addictive (and sometimes never ending) game focused on the London property ...
In these days of ever increasing regulation and legislation, business professionals can often feel as if they are restricted in how they can operate by the perceived lack of ‘commercial flexibility’ shown by the compliance and risk ...