05/25/2012

Singapore Is Not a Safe Haven

If the world is heading into some sort economic slowdown there will be plenty of commentaries about which countries are in better fundamental shape, and why they are worthy of investment dollars.

05/25/2012

Land of Luxury: China's Million Dollar Shanghai

The city’s development has been a spectacle to watch; the skyline is a postcard- picture of prosperity, and while traditional noodle shops are still a few beats beyond the glitz, the new money has demanded a profusion of stylish and luxurious avenue

05/25/2012

Where Do the Happiest Millionaires Live?

The survey, which polled individuals with an average net worth of $1.4 million in nine Asian countries, focused on how satisfied these millionaires were with their lives and what their expectations were for future wealth creation.

05/24/2012

Banking tightens UAE-India ties

Six years later, he had launched his own construction firm in Al Ain, Al Fara'a Group, which now has operations spanning from Riyadh to his home city, Mumbai.

05/23/2012

Power to Asia’s women

Yet few women in Asia make it to the top. Social norms undervalue girls and women, with sex-selection abortions resulting in an estimated 1.3 million girls per year not being born in China and India alone.

05/23/2012

Authoritarian Art

Today, the world converges in a Hong Kong well on its way to becoming a leading hub of the global art market, driven in large part by the art being created in China and the buying power of the country's rising wealth.

05/23/2012

Need To Further Complement IFPWM Sectors

There is a need to further complement the Islamic Financial Planning and Wealth Management (IFPWM) sectors for Malaysia to become a global hub for Islamic finance.

05/23/2012

Australia's Rinehart now world's richest woman

Rinehart has ridden Australia's resources boom like no one else, her wealth ballooning by an unparalleled A$18.87 billion in the past year, according to BRW magazine's annual rich list.

05/18/2012

Rising wealth in China fails to buy more happiness

Despite record economic growth over the past two decades – resulting in more than fourfold increase in income and spending – Chinese people overall have become less satisfied with life, according to the study published in the Proceedings of th

05/18/2012

Few women make it to the top despite Asia's wealth

Yet few women in Asia make it to the top. Social norms undervalue girls and women, with sex-selection abortions resulting in some 1.3 million girls per year not being born in China and India alone.