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Succession planning

Navigating the evolving needs of Asia's affluent

Singapore has the second highest rate of growth when it comes to HWNIs in 2020.

Succession planning

Survey shows Singaporeans are ill-prepared for end of life and incapacitating events: STEP

Have you made a will to ensure your assets are taken care of after you pass on? A survey reveals over half of Singaporeans have not.

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90% of Singapore high net worth individuals rely on insurance to for wealth and legacy planning, according to AIA and EY

The report conducted customer research across four regions: Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore. Some 39% of the respondents surveyed were professionals, and 61% were entrepreneurs and family-inherited HNWIs.

Succession planning

The importance of grooming the next generation

Broaching the topic of succession planning has always been culturally sensitive, particularly in Asia. However, it remains important to approach the issue across societies, and this needs to be done with understanding and empathy.

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Do you have enough to retire on your own?

Do you think you have enough to retire on your own?

Succession planning

China Taiping plans inroads into HNW market

SINGAPORE (Jan 21): On Jan 13, China Taiping Insurance launched a universal life product, Infinite Universal, a non-participating universal policy, designed for high net worth individuals with a minimum sum assured of US$500,000.

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Boot camp to help Asia's wealthy heirs stay rich

(Nov 4): At the bank-run summer schools for heirs of some of Asia’s wealthiest families, visits to factories and shipyards are out; crash-courses in start-ups and impact investing are in.

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After amassing $30 tril, Asia's rich face succession pains

(Sept 26): Having a grandfather with four wives can make for some complex succession issues, as Cheong Wing Kiat found when running his family’s Singapore-based drug company a few years ago.
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