Risk-assessment and good governance should not be overlooked when family offices decide to take philanthropy to the next level, writes Rosalyn Breedy.
The government’s proposed changes to probate fees would be a bitter pill for many HNWs to swallow, say Jenny Cutts and Caroline Cook of Wedlake Bell.
William MacAskill’s youth, scepticism and academic exactitude are some of the qualities that won him a legion of fans, writes Charlotte Metcalf.
Embraced by the bonhomie of an upmarket former pub, Alex Matchett tucks into a range of Nordic flavours and textures, and a dessert he imagines the Snow Queen would use as bait.
Zak Smith applauds the launch of the luxury-Leviathan’s celebratory app.