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Trinidad and Tobago. By UTT’s Entrepreneurship & Technology Commercialisation Unit “Trinidad and Tobago” is typically mentioned amongst the general global populace in the context of holiday-making and images are often evoked of tropical landscapes, flora and fauna and pristine...
Is Real Estate Your Retirement's Secret Weapon? By Pam Krueger If you’re closing in on retirement, trying to put your money to work in a zero interest rate world is not an easy job. Financial writers and gurus are obsessed with the stock and bond markets. But despite the lack of...
A digital currency based 1:1 on physical gold and silver, set to change the way the world transacts. Dubai, Monaco, London, South America, Australia. This is the first time that allocated gold ownership has delivered a non-debt-based yield, and Kinesis have a lot of interest from the $15trillion gold trading industry. Kinesis has developed a proprietary fork of the Stellar blockchain resulting in extremely fast transaction speeds and scalable global use. This initiative was founded by ABX, a leading online exchange platform for physical bullion, with deep expertise in the gold industry. ABX is integrated with Deutsche Borse’s clearing house and already has extensive infrastructure and fully operational exchange technology for trade and storage of physical bullion in 7 locations around the world. Kinesis introduces yield-bearing digital currencies based 1:1 on allocated physical gold (KAU currency) and silver (KAG currency). The vision for Kinesis is to deliver an evolutionary step beyond any monetary and banking system available today.
https://billionairechronicle.com/2019/02/21/modi-crown-prince/ Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman continues his Asian tour today with a two-day visit to India.  The kingdom's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence will hold bilateral talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It ...
Tax Administration and Digital Economy. By Alfredo Collosa While in the world of taxation is debated how the digital economy should be taxed, the objective of this comment is to focus on what actions...
Why High Net Worth Families Need A Different Style Of Wealth Management By Michael Wall In a fast-paced world awash with economic volatility and overrun with robo-advisors, “investment” apps, and cookie-cutter financial advice, finding the right wealth management guidance is challenging. Have you ever asked yourself if your current financial professional is...
Multilateral Development Banks Must mobilize private finance to achieve the SDGs Mahmoud Mohieldin, Nritya Subramaniam, Jos Verbeek.   Editor's Note:  This blog is adapted from ‘Crowding-In Private Finance: What Multilateral Banks Can Do Differently,’ the author’s chapter in a new Brookings Press book, "From Summits to Solutions: Innovations in Implementing the Sustainable Development...
Behavioural Risks in Successions and the ‘Lucky Warrior’ By Dominik Von Eynern ‘Every Kingdom has a lucky warrior’ said Prince Michel of Yugoslavia in a panel discussion at the 6th Global Family Office Summit, hosted by the Ritossa Family in June 2018. I like this expression very much because it implies that...
By Stuart D. Gibson For decades – dating back at least to the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 – taxpayers have sought ways to structure their businesses to account for the different treatment that U.S. tax law accords corporations, sole proprietorships, and partnerships. Through...
Family Business Succession: 15 Guidelines By Stephen L. McClure, Ph.D. and John L. Ward, Ph.D. Succession is the most painful and critical time for family businesses. Less than one-third of family businesses survive into the second generation, and only about 13 percent make it into the third generation. How do the successful ones make...
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