FT Wealth

In this edition: why being the first tourists in space is a dream for many of the ultra wealthy; Gina Miller on her drive to create transparency in the charity sector; the new breed of elite dating apps designed for rich singletons

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Space tourism, likely to be enjoyed initially only by the extremely wealthy, is getting closer

Hong Kong tycoons’ sons and daughters are fostering its homegrown creative talent

The activist discusses the need to create more transparency in the UK charity sector

Elite platforms are unashamedly catering to professionals, the wealthy, the highly educated and celebrities

The discretion of off-market sales appeals to the publicity-shy ultra rich

The seriously rich seem not to be the best givers to charity

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