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The Art of Investment Fine Art Gallery

On 11th October 2016, on her first solo overseas trip, HRH The Duchess of Cambridge proved she is a master of creating an iconic image.  Knowing she would be viewing Johannes Vermeer’s celebrated ‘Girl With A Pearl Earring’ held in the Mauritshuis Museum in The Hague, she choose to wear a pair of beautifully crafted pearl earrings herself. The result – an image that is a work of art in its own right. The British Royal family owns the largest private art collection in the world.  Over the centuries, it has built up a stunning portfolio, including works by Leonardo da Vinci, Vermeer, Caravaggio and Rembrandt. There is a key reason why […]

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Property Development | The Secrets to Safeguarding Your Investment (Part I) Property Development

Property Development | The Secrets to Safeguarding Your Investment (Part I) Property development….the words conjure up ideas of multi-million pound profits, high-rolling lifestyles and smart, savvy people who can envisage a stunning office block emerging from a derelict row of terrace houses.  Whilst the potential returns can be healthy, the risks of such investment are not for the faint of heart.  To safeguard your investment you need sound, solid advice to ensure the necessary precautions are taken. Over the coming weeks and months we will be posting a series of articles detailing the considerations one should have when embarking on a property development venture. They are aimed at those with […]

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My Yacht, My Business – How To Plan Your Finances When Purchasing A Yacht My Yacht, My Business – How To Plan Your Finances When Purchasing A Yacht

Someone once quipped that buying a boat is the equivalent of standing in a shower, ripping up hundred-pound notes. The witty remark was, of course, referring to a small jet boat – anyone who has ever owned a yacht knows that in all likelihood a zero (or three) ought to be added to the notes referred to in the gag. There is no doubt that buying and owning a yacht involves a significant capital injection. However, there are ways you can operate your yacht as a business, enabling you to plan for tax and minimise legal wrangling with foreign jurisdictions. One of the ways a yacht can be turned into […]

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