FT Wealth: September 2019

In this edition: Young tech tycoons shaking up the prime property market; new breed of supercar buyers driving eco-innovation; elite golf clubs pitching to the global ultra-rich; benefits of time-limited trusts for philanthropists

? Anthony Gerace

A new breed of younger, more eco-minded and female buyers are driving innovation in the supercar industry

Buyers flush with tech fortunes are changing the face of high-end property?

High-end golf courses are the latest luxury good sold as offering an aura of exclusivity

Irritation that clients think cash is safest bet in world of negative interest rates

Communication and trust problems can arise when the younger generation feels the older one does not respond to their needs

Rich bad taste is not a modern thing. It is part of a noble tradition

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‘Advances in the field are coming faster than our ability to think through the consequences’

Margins, earnings and share prices are seldom so perfectly correlated

Despite being an illiquid asset, private equity continues to attract investors

Institut Le Rosey claims to offer a rounded, multicultural ‘school for life’ to a tight network of students

Spend-out trusts can be especially potent when addressing specific, actionable causes