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The Handbook of Personal Wealth Management

The Handbook of Personal Wealth Management

How to Ensure Maximum Investment Returns with Security

Jonathan Reuvid


The Handbook of Personal Wealth Management offers commentary from industry experts on both traditional and alternative investment options, such as forestry, fine wines, art and antiques, and gemstones.

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About the book

The Handbook of Personal Wealth Management offers authoritative and jargon-free advice on how to structure perosnal and business-related finances, incorporating commentary and analysis of both the traditional (asset management, property, etc) and alternative (forestry, fine wines and antiques) investment options that are increasingly available to those with sufficient capital.

At the same time, the book offers guidance on key issues such as taxation and inheritance planning, as well as special chapter on philanthropy and charitable giving. The book concludes with a new regional directory of investment managers and independent financial advisers across the UK.

Table Of Contents

    • Chapter - 5.1: Sustainable and responsible investing – Penny Shepherd MBE, UKSIF;
    • Chapter - 5.2: Going green: renewable energy and carbon credits – Jonathan Reuvid, Hethe Management Services;
    • Chapter - 5.3: Mission possible: how the wealthy can help charities during the economic downturn – Stefan Velvick, The Charities Aid Foundation
  • Section - FIVE: Socially responsible investment;
    • Chapter - 4.5: Racehorse ownership and investing in bloodstock – Laura Cadzow, British Bloodstock Marketing;
    • Chapter - 4.4: Fine wine investment – William Buckland, The Antique Wine Company;
    • Chapter - 4.3: First-class returns from rare stamps and prestige collectables – Keith Heddle, Stanley Gibbons Group plc;
    • Chapter - 4.2: How to invest in art and antiques – James Goodwin, Arts Research;
    • Chapter - 4.1: Art and antiques – James Goodwin, Arts Research;
  • Section - FOUR: Investments for pleasure and profit;
    • Chapter - 3.4: The allure of precious metals – DiaMine Explorations Inc;
    • Chapter - 3.3: Canadian diamond mining – H John Stollery, DiaMine Explorations Inc;
    • Chapter - 3.2: Understanding coloured diamonds – Stephen Hershoff, Pastor-Genève;
    • Chapter - 3.1: Investing in coloured diamonds – Stephen Hershoff, Pastor-Genève;
  • Section - THREE: Investment in precious stones and metals;
    • Chapter - 2.4: UK tax points for UK nationals moving abroad – Clive Mackintosh, PricewaterhouseCoopers;
    • Chapter - 2.3: Enterprise investment schemes – Jonathan Reuvid, Hethe Management Services;
    • Chapter - 2.2: Taxation of UK-resident non-domiciliaries – Patrick Harney, Forsters LLP;
    • Chapter - 2.1: Surviving a high tax regime – Eric Williams, Grant Thornton UK LLP;
  • Section - TWO: Protecting wealth by minimizing the tax burden;
    • Chapter - 1.5: Agricultural property investment – Richard Binning, Savills;
    • Chapter - 1.4: Venture Capital Trusts (VCTs) – Dan Tubb, Head of VCTs, Bestinvest;
    • Chapter - 1.3: Investing in commodities using ETPs – Nick Brooks, ETF Securities;
    • Chapter - 1.2: Enhancing investment performance via tax structuring – Nick Burt and John Fletcher, Brewin Dolphin;
    • Chapter - 1.1: An introduction to investment risk – Cazenove Capital Management;
  • Section - ONE: Balancing risk in financial investment;
    • Chapter - 00: Introduction;

Book Details

  • EAN: 9780749464899
  • Edition: 8
  • Published: 3rd July 2012
  • Hardback
  • Dimensions: 240x170
  • 264 pages

About the Author

Jonathan Reuvid was formerly an economist, an investment banker and an international corporate development consultant. He has edited and co-authored a number of titles for Kogan Page, including Managing Business Risk, Business Insights: China and The Expatriate Guide to Overseas Employment.

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