FT Wealth

In this edition: property magnate Aby Rosen on Trump, the Kushners and rethinking Manhattan Midtown. Also: Alex Gibney, the exposé king; Chinese football tycoons; Yorkshire, UK’s food haven

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Calls grow for the UK to shake off its reputation as a haven for suspect cash as tensions with Russia rise

The property magnate on Trump, the Kushners and his plans for Manhattan’s Midtown

The door is constantly revolving as people move in and out of this exclusive club

Enron film director finds inspiration from VW emissions to Chinese investor offerings

The comedian might have preferred to be a founder rather than a member

The case for civic-minded individuals to step up has never been stronger, yet the disincentives are growing stronger still

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Chinese tycoons bet on using their links to football to promote their other businesses

It is reborn as the foodie capital of Yorkshire under the entrepreneurial stewardship of Tom Naylor-Leyland, the heir to the £176m Fitzwilliam fortune

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