Date
19 July 2019

HKPBJ

  • Family councils and wealth succession planning

    - Nov 16, 2016 6:04am
    It is normal that the rich want to see their wealth pass from one generation to the next to ensure a comfortable life for all the descendants. The distribution of assets, however, requires careful planning, as...
  • Lee Kum Kee: The family grows and stays together

    - Nov 16, 2016 6:03am
    Lee Kum Kee started as a small family business focused on oyster-flavored sauce and shrimp sauce. After 128 years of growth, it has become a world-renowned brand offering a wide range of Chinese and Asian sauces....
  • Investors turn to alternative investment amid volatile market

    - Nov 16, 2016 6:02am
    Alternative investment has become increasingly sought-after among high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs) as they seek better investment returns amid heightened market volatility and a sustained low interest-rate environment. Asia’s HNWIs are moving away from their long-held focus on...
  • How anti-globalization trend will affect global markets

    - Nov 16, 2016 6:01am
    The surprise victory of Donald Trump in the US election might reshape the global economic and trade landscape in the next four years. The Hong Kong market is always very sensitive to the global macro environment....
  • HK plays key role in helping Chinese tycoons invest globally

    - Nov 16, 2016 6:00am
    Wealthy Chinese have shown increasing interest in overseas investment in recent years but that represents a very small portion of their wealth. It’s estimated that offshore investment will account for 9.4 percent of their portfolio in...
  • Wealth succession is all about communication

    - Nov 18, 2015 6:09am
    Wealth succession is not simply transferring money and company shares to the next generation. It’s more about passing on to them the traditional experience in financial management, and letting it merge with their new ideas. As...
  • This is where rich Chinese like to invest in real estate

    - Nov 18, 2015 6:08am
    Wealthy Chinese have snapped up properties in Hong Kong over the past decade, marking their first foray into the overseas property market. With many affluent Chinese families sending their children to universities overseas, buying property abroad...
  • Why Chinese developers will make more US moves

    - Nov 18, 2015 6:07am
    As wealthy Chinese increasingly seek overseas properties, either for investment or due to immigration-related reasons, mainland real-estate developers have sensed an opportunity to make their mark on the world stage. Among the various options that have...
  • Why the Christmas gift industry is recession-proof

    - Nov 18, 2015 6:06am
    In the 1970s to the 1990s, when Hong Kong’s economy began to take off, many manufacturers with factories in the mainland became impressively wealthy when exports boomed in the Pearl River Delta region. However, after more...
  • Why HK manufacturers are better than their mainland rivals

    - Nov 18, 2015 6:05am
    Hong Kong manufacturers that operate production lines on the mainland are facing tough times due to intensifying competition. However, they still hold an advantage over their mainland counterparts, said Richard Chan, a supplier of Christmas trees and accessories. ...
  • Raymond Young: Let the youth pursue their dreams

    - Nov 18, 2015 6:04am
    How do you strike a balance between your dreams and reality? Raymond Young Lap-moon, former Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs, has made two life-changing decisions. After making it to the finals of the 1982 TVB International...
  • Raymond Young: How to live a meaningful life

    - Nov 18, 2015 6:03am
    Born in 1960, Raymond Young Lap-moon graduated from the Faculty of Arts of the University of Hong Kong in 1982. He entered the civil service in the same year in August and was appointed administrative officer. Under...
  • How to trade the new golden age of art

    - Nov 18, 2015 6:02am
    The 2008 financial crisis prompted investors to include alternative investment in their portfolio to diversify risk. As a platform for alternative investment, the art market is experiencing a new golden age previously thought impossible. According to the European Fine...
  • What’s hot and what’s not in art

    - Nov 18, 2015 6:01am
    This is shaping up to be another banner year for art. Sales in the global art market hit a record €51 billion (HK$427 billion), according to this year’s European Fine Art Foundation Art Market Report. However,...

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