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Virgin Galactic’s Upcoming IPO is Groundbreaking for Astronauts and Family Office Investors Alike

Virgin Galactic’s Upcoming IPO is Groundbreaking for Astronauts and Family Office Investors Alike

Per Wimmer, Founder of Wimmer Family Office Sept 13. 2019 Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic is on its way to becoming the first publicly traded space tourism company in the world. The move puts Branson ahead of fellow bil...

Virgin Galactic’s Upcoming IPO is Groundbreaking for Astronauts and Family Office Investors Alike

Virgin Galactic’s Upcoming IPO is Groundbreaking for Astronauts and Family Office Investors Alike

Sept 12. 2019
Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic is on its way to becoming the first publicly traded space tourism company in the world. The move puts Branson ahead of fellow billionaires with their own space technology companies. Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX) and Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin are still privately funded.

Fine Wine Flows into Alternative Asset Portfolios

Fine Wine Flows into Alternative Asset Portfolios

Aug 14. 2019
Family offices and institutional investors often add alternative assets to their portfolios in an effort to diversify. However, truly unconventional assets remain the purview of niche investors. Vintage cars, land with water rights, and copyright royalties are so far from the mainstream that they thread the line between hobby and investment. One niche alternative asset class that has been slowly flowing into the mainstream is fine wine.

The Taubs: Turning Passions into Philanthropy

The Taubs: Turning Passions into Philanthropy

Julie and Phil Taub. July 19. 2019 A passion for sport and a keen interest in the natural beauty and history of an idyllic lake district doesn’t usually coincide with philan...

The Taubs: Turning Passions into Philanthropy

The Taubs: Turning Passions into Philanthropy

July 23. 2019
A passion for sport and a keen interest in the natural beauty and history of an idyllic lake district doesn’t usually coincide with philanthropic activities, but Philip and Julie Taub have managed to do exactly that in recent years.

Investing in Fine Art: Q&A With Winston Art Group’s Elizabeth von Habsburg

Investing in Fine Art: Q&A With Winston Art Group’s Elizabeth von Habsburg

Elizabeth von Habsburg Managing Director Winston Art Group Art industry experts who gathered at the Business of Art Observed event in New York last week discussed how technology and growing awaren...

Investing in Fine Art: Q&A With Winston Art Group’s Elizabeth von Habsburg

Investing in Fine Art: Q&A With Winston Art Group’s Elizabeth von Habsburg

June 10 – 14. 2019
Art industry experts who gathered at the Business of Art Observed event in New York last week discussed how technology and growing awareness is changing the market for everyone. Closing remarks were delivered by Elizabeth von Habsburg, Managing Director of the Winston Art Group, one of the largest art advisory and appraisal firms in the world.

How Tech Opportunities Are Connecting Wealthy Chinese Investors to U.S.

How Tech Opportunities Are Connecting Wealthy Chinese Investors to U.S.

May 27 - 31. 2019
With billions of dollars and hundreds of thousands of highly skilled and newly wealthy Chinese migrating to the U.S. every year, technology appears to be the strongest U.S.-China link, even as the economic and political ties between the two superpowers weakens.

Space Tourism: Financier and Entrepreneur Wimmer Could Reach Final Frontier Soon

Space Tourism: Financier and Entrepreneur Wimmer Could Reach Final Frontier Soon

April 22 - 26. 2019
A journey of a lifetime may be worth waiting decades for. Danish philanthropist, entrepreneur and financier Per Wimmer has already waited 15 years. This year, it seems like his long-awaited flight might finally take off. His destination is so exclusive that only 536 people have ever reached it.

Buying a Private Island: Investment or Luxury?

Buying a Private Island: Investment or Luxury?

March 25 - 29. 2019
At age 28, just six years after starting his business, a young Sir Richard Branson decided to buy himself the ultimate luxury - a private island in the Caribbean. Part of the British Virgin Islands (BVI), the 74-acre island was purchased in 1978 for an astonishingly low $180,000. However, Sir Branson soon realized that purchasing the island was only the first step in a very long and resource-intensive journey.

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