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“They're called Millennium Villages and have been sponsored either by high net-worth individuals or companies.”
“For instance, current law lets certain businesses trade over-the-counter derivatives even if they don't meet the asset or net-worth requirements.”
“That move boosted his circulation — from 75,000 readers in 2008 to 125,000 today — and allowed him to target more-active and higher net-worth traders.”
“FrontPoint, founded in 2000, provides single-strategy and multi-strategy absolute return investments to institutional and high net-worth investors.”
“It 's worth adding that it makes little sense to send Treasury checks to high net-worth people in the form of Social Security.”
“The majority of the time, even for the high net-worth client, instinct will simply dictate a much more efficient engagement of the 'bank'.”
“Perhaps wary of going back to the same institutional investors after some investments soured in the previous two funds, Morgan Stanley would try to secure one or two sovereign or pension funds as seed capital for the new fund, then focus on high net-worth individuals, these people said.”
“The world has roughly 10 million high net-worth individuals with combined financial assets of about $41 trillion -- $18 trillion of which is held offshore.”
“Ablin said only a small sliver of his high net-worth clients inherited their wealth, so simply comparing wealth concentration between the 1920s and now may be a bit unfair.”
“To get around this, the local bank branches have begun to arrange "meetings" between their corporate borrowers and their high net-worth clients, where the lenders put together the same loan packages.”
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