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Europe is far from done

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Europe is Far from Done
20 Oct 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended economies and societies across the world, but it may have inadvertently provided Europe with a shot in the arm. The EU’s planned issue of EUR750 billion in bonds to fund its post-pandemic recovery is a timely reminder that the continent should not be written off as a political union, or an investment destination.

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01 Apr 2020
If You Aspire to Work with Wealthy Families You Need to be Independent

In November 2019 veteran international wealth professional Gary Tiernan took up the role of managing partner at Singapore-based multi-family office Golden Equator Wealth.

Press Release

05 Nov 2019
Singapore’s MFO Golden Equator Wealth Appoints Industry Veteran Gary Tiernan as Managing Partner; Announces Expansion Plans

Golden Equator Wealth (GEW) today announced the appointment of Gary Tiernan, a seasoned international private wealth leader, as Managing Partner. Gary will head the multi-family office’s team of experienced wealth managers as well as drive its expansion and the growth of its different initiatives.

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17 Sep 2019
Singapore Multi-family Office on Investments, HK Protests

Singapore multi-family office Golden Equator Wealth expects periodic escalations and subsequent sell-offs in the stock market, with the trade war being far from over.

Media

14 Aug 2019
How Banks are Attracting Children of Wealthy Clients

The largest wealth transfer – estimated in the trillions of dollars – between generations is expected to unfold in the Asia-Pacific over the next few years.

Media

15 Jul 2019
Golden Equator’s Chua on Asia’s Evolving Wealth Management Dynamics

Shirley Crystal Chua, founder and chief executive officer of the Golden Equator Group, is on an expansion drive in all the business segments of the group.

Media

02 Jul 2019
Engaging the Next Generation

Children of wealthy clients may not bring in revenues for wealth managers, but that is no reason to exclude them from the equation.