KANIKA SOOD  |  THURSDAY, 17 MAY 2018   12:52PM
Macquarie Group is consolidating its private bank and private wealth businesses to concentrate its growth strategy on high net-worth (HNW) clients, a move it expects to affect advisers.
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HNWIs give a boost to resurgent art market: Research
ALEX BURKE  |  WEDNESDAY, 14 MAR 2018
High-net-worth investors, particularly the growing Asian cohort, have boosted the global art market by 12% after two years of decline.
Australia ticks boxes for ultra-high-net-worth individuals
KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 12 MAR 2018
Despite numerous initiatives to curb foreign investment, Australia is still a destination of choice for ultra-wealthy investors, according to Knight Frank's wealth report.
Advice clients demand philanthropic conversations
KARREN VERGARA  |  THURSDAY, 1 MAR 2018
Philanthropy is becoming part of the conversation between financial advisers and clients as it's an area increasingly accessible to middle Australians, an estate planning expert says.
EQT names manager for major philanthropy client
ALEX BURKE  |  THURSDAY, 1 MAR 2018
Equity Trustees appointed a grants program manager to oversee one of Australia's largest philanthropic trusts.
Cultural bias heavily discounts female artwork
KARREN VERGARA  |  TUESDAY, 30 JAN 2018
Art buyers and investors pay female artists up to 50% less for their work compared to men on average, latest academic research has found.
Australia's wealth gap deepens: Oxfam
KARREN VERGARA  |  TUESDAY, 23 JAN 2018
Australian billionaires amassed a $115.4 billion fortune in FY17, representing a 140% jump since the Global Financial Crisis, according to an Oxfam analysis.
HNWI growth outpacing super: Research
ALEX BURKE  |  WEDNESDAY, 17 JAN 2018
The growth in Australia's high-net-worth sector is outpacing superannuation on two key fronts, according to Rainmaker research.
Lowy hands over keys to the Westfield kingdom
ALEX BURKE  |  WEDNESDAY, 13 DEC 2017
Australian retail magnate and pre-eminent philanthropic figure Sir Frank Lowy is selling the Westfield retail empire he co-founded to a Parisian commercial property company.
Advisers can benefit from the spirit of giving
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  TUESDAY, 5 DEC 2017
Encouraging clients to engage in philanthropic activities in the lead up to Christmas can assist financial advisers in strengthening the advice relationship, according to Australian Unity Trustees.
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