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February 27, 2014

Proposals to reform the way high net worth investors can gain fast-track entry to the UK, including an eBay-style auction of 100 visas, has been met with skepticism by immigration specialists. 

Proposals to reform the way high net worth investors can gain fast-track entry to the UK, including an eBay-style auction of 100 visas, has been met with skepticism by immigration specialists.

The proposals for changes to the Tier 1 investor visa programme from the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC), a non-departmental public body, included:

December 30, 2013

He started his career in the petrochemical firm his father founded, but when Ben Walters, 38, moved to Shanghai to set up an office he started a rather different business – selling sneakers based on the classic Chinese construction worker’s Liberation shoe. 

He started his career in the petrochemical firm his father founded, but when Ben Walters, 38, (pictured, right) moved to Shanghai to set up an office he started a rather different business – selling sneakers based on the classic Chinese construction worker’s Liberation shoe.

August 22, 2013

America Movil secures funding for KPN, Rupert Murdoch invests in alternative media group, Boehringer Ingelheim breaks ground on animal pharmaceuticals plant in China, and Hutcinson Whampoa receives preliminary bids for supermarket chain.

America Movil secures funding for KPN, Rupert Murdoch invests in alternative media group, Boehringer Ingelheim breaks ground on animal pharmaceuticals plant in China, and Hutcinson Whampoa receives preliminary bids for supermarket chain.

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America Movil said it had secured funding for a €7.2 billion bid to further its stake in Dutch telecom company Royal KPN.

May 8, 2013

One of China’s best-known companies is to shun second-generation management in favour of passing on control to non-family managers. 

One of China’s best-known companies is to shun second-generation management in favour of passing on control to non-family managers.

Ren Zhengfei, who founded Huawei Technologies – China’s biggest technology company with revenues of more than $35 billion (€30 billion)– 26 years ago, said he would not be passing on the business to any member of his family.

March 4, 2013

Frank Wang, 32, founder and CEO of LuxSea, on luxury, entrepreneurship and why China could be the new Japan.

Frank Wang (pictured, below), 32, founder and CEO of LuxSea, on luxury, entrepreneurship and why China could be the new Japan.

My family business is in the energy sector. My grandfather was the founder of Huaneng Group, which is one of the biggest electricity generating companies in Asia. It was the first Chinese company to go public on the NYSE and is in the Fortune 500.

February 22, 2012

Family businesses in China might not be as old as their western counterparts – Chinese family firms are just nine years old on average – but there is plenty of opportunity for next-gens to learn from founding family members.

Family businesses in China might not be as old as their western counterparts – Chinese family firms are just nine years old on average – but there is plenty of opportunity for next-gens to learn from founding family members.

Tony Gao Hao, director of executive education at Tsinghua Alumni Association, part of the Tsinghua University, reckons that despite numerous challenges in the Asian country, family businesses in China are powering ahead.

September 8, 2011

Demand for property, soft drinks and the internet in China is generating huge wealth for some of the country’s citizens, according to two new rich lists, but there are also rising concerns about the future of the country’s private or family businesses.

Demand for property, soft drinks and the internet in China is generating huge wealth for some of the country’s citizens, according to two new rich lists, but there are also rising concerns about the future of the country’s private or family businesses.

September 2, 2011

The global economic crisis has left Asian consumers increasingly mistrustful of foreign banks, with many preferring to use local institutions, according to new research from McKinsey. 

The global economic crisis has left Asian consumers increasingly mistrustful of foreign banks, with many preferring to use local institutions, according to new research from McKinsey.

The study, published in the latest McKinsey Quarterly, comes at the same time as many multinational banks are focusing heavily on growing their presence in Asian markets, amid a rise in the number of wealthy individuals in the area.

September 1, 2011

The number of high net worth individuals in Asia looks set to soar over the next four years, thanks to currency appreciation and massive economic growth in the continent, according to a new report. 

The number of high net worth individuals in Asia looks set to soar over the next four years, thanks to currency appreciation and massive economic growth in the continent, according to a new report.

Swiss private banking group Julius Baer said wealth in the region is expected to triple in the next few years to $15.81 trillion from $5.60 trillion, while the number of high net worth individuals will jump to 2.82 million from 1.16 million.

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