FT Wealth

In this edition: Ariane de Rothschild on banking, dynasties and the next generation; wealthy people trying to buy immortality; the ultra-rich moving assets amid UK political turmoil

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Concerns include tax rises on income, inheritance and capital gains

Family offices with a social impact mission have become magnets for young investment talent

For many, retirement is a shock as income dries up but good planning can keep the cash rolling in

‘Younger family members . . . get excited by the opportunities . . . focused on AI or blockchain’

Giving patterns of Chinese-Americans have moved on to social and impact investing, often to causes in Asia

Head of Edmond de Rothschild on the future of wealth and the family feud

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