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Model taxpayer charter launched to promote greater fairness in taxation across the world 14/05/2013 Three professional bodies representing more than half a million tax advisors worldwide have produced a 'Model Taxpayer Charter' of taxpayer rights and responsibilities intended as a blueprint for what a good tax system should contain. The best investors harness emotion to select stocks - research 10/05/2013 Far from being cold-blooded top fund managers use emotion to pick stocks - a new study suggests. Women banking and finance professionals’ remuneration still lags male peers 01/05/2013 Women working in UK financial services earned on average 20 percent less than men in 2012, according to eFinancialCareers, a networking site for professionals working in the investment banking, asset management and securities sectors, who surveyed 1,461 professionals between 14 January and 5 March. Why a lot of wealth management ‘research’ is not worth the paper it is printed on 26/04/2013 The mainstream media has had a lot of fun in recent days at the expense of Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff, two Harvard University economics professors, the authors of “This Time Its Different”, a seminal study of the impact of debt on economic growth published in 2009.
Asset Allocation vs. Stock Selection - Deutsche-backed research decides 24/04/2013 Researchers at Deutsche Asset and Wealth sponsored Global Financial Institute (GFI) have concluded that asset allocation is a more important strategy than stock selection. HNW investors in the Americas feeling more confident about their financial situation, according to UBS 23/04/2013 64 percent of American high net worth (HNW) and affluent investors say their financial situation is “excellent” or “very good”, up considerably from six months ago (44 percent). This is according to the third Investor Watch report from UBS Wealth Management Americas, released today. Diverging direction of wealth optimism in three key hubs - research 23/04/2013 A survey of wealthy investor attitudes comparing Hong Kong, Singapore and UAE has found diverging views on the direction of the economic climate.
Deloitte survey finds clients turning away from wealth management 11/04/2013 More than a third of mass affluent investors do not currently work with a financial advisor—even though 42 percent of these individuals had worked with an advisor in the past, according to a study by Deloitte. The not so leisurely rich: very rich less likely to indulge in hobbies - research 11/04/2013 The wealthiest HNWIs are the least likely to indulge in hobbies, according to a report from Ledbury Research.
US HNW concern over politics increases in 2013 10/04/2013 High Net Worth investors express growing concern over the current US politics, according to a quarterly study from researchers Spectrem Group.
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