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CHLOE WALKER  |  WEDNESDAY, 2 MAR 2022   12:23PM
The number of ultra-high-net-worth individuals worldwide climbed by almost 10% last year despite the ongoing pandemic, new Knight Frank research shows.

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Coterie invests in wealth platform

KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 28 FEB 2022
Coterie Capital has invested in a wealth management platform that has grown to $10 billion in funds under administration.

KPMG family business consultants launch advisory firm

CHLOE WALKER  |  MONDAY, 28 FEB 2022
KPMG alumni Michelle De Lucia, Dominic Pelligana and Andrew Muscara have launched Lineage Group, a new Australian advisory firm specialising in working with successful business families.

Family offices embrace crypto: BNY Mellon

CHLOE WALKER  |  THURSDAY, 24 FEB 2022
BNY Mellon's inaugural Global Family Office Survey shows 77% of family offices are engaging with cryptocurrencies while those already invested plan to up their exposures.

Australian billionaires double fortunes during pandemic: Oxfam

CHLOE WALKER  |  MONDAY, 17 JAN 2022
The wealth of Australia's 47 billionaires has doubled to $255 billion in the last two years, according to anti-poverty charity Oxfam.

Wealthy overlook digital experience

KARREN VERGARA  |  TUESDAY, 14 DEC 2021
Wealthy investors tend to shun technology and prefer to keep track of their assets manually, according to Praemium.

Domestic bias swells for HNWIs

KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 13 DEC 2021
Cash, and local equities and property continue to be the preferred asset classes of the rich, according to a new report.

Intergenerational transfer hits $1.5tn

KARREN VERGARA  |  TUESDAY, 7 DEC 2021
Australians give away the vast majority of their wealth, as some $1.5 trillion has been passed on to the next generation since 2002, the Productivity Commission finds.

Cannon-Brookes takes stake in Rabbitohs

ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  MONDAY, 15 NOV 2021
Atlassian co-founder and billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes has purchased a stake in NRL club South Sydney Rabbitohs, after recently becoming a minority owner of the Utah Jazz basketball team.

Joining the 1% around the world: Analysis

ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  MONDAY, 25 OCT 2021
New analysis reveals that Australians would have to work 66 years and five months to join the country's wealthiest 1%, while Chinese workers would need more than 101 years in the workforce to join China's 1%.
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