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15.07.2020 - 15:02 [ ]

How Biden’s Foreign-Policy Team Got Rich – Strategic consultants will define Biden’s relationship to the world.


They turned to an industry of power-brokering little known outside the capital: strategic consultancies. Retiring leaders often open firms bearing their names: Madeleine Albright has one, as do Condoleezza Rice and former Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen. Their strategic consultancies tend to blur corporate and governmental roles. This obscure corner of Washington is critical to understanding how a President Joe Biden would conduct foreign policy. He has been picking top advisers from this shadowy world.

18.06.2020 - 18:33 [ Boston Consulting Group ]

Global Wealth 2020—20th Edition: The Future of Wealth Management—A CEO Agenda

Personal financial wealth has soared over the past two
decades—nearly tripling on a global basis from $80.5
trillion at the end of 1999 to $226.4 trillion at the end of 2019.1 (See Exhibit 1.) That trajectory is even more impressive in light of the many economic disruptions that have occurred during this period.

18.06.2020 - 18:17 [ ]

Österreich: Finanzvermögen sprunghaft gestiegen

Knapp 47.000 Dollar-Millionäre (880.000 Euro) zählt BCG in Österreich, sie halten 55 Prozent der Finanzvermögen. Auch weltweit halten die Millionäre mehr als die Hälfte aller Finanzvermögen. Gemessen werden Finanzvermögen der erwachsenen Bevölkerung in Dollar ohne Immobilien und Wertsachen wie Gold.

15.06.2018 - 12:19 [ ]

Studie zu globalem Reichtum: Amerikaner besitzen 80,5 Billionen Dollar

Das Finanzvermögen der Deutschen stieg der BCG-Analyse nach um währungsbereinigte 4,3 Prozent auf 7,5 Billionen Dollar. Gemessen an der Summe der Vermögen rangiert Deutschland damit weltweit unverändert auf Platz fünf. An erster Stelle stehen die USA (80,5 Billionen Dollar), dahinter folgen China (20,7 Billionen), Japan (16,8 Billionen) und Großbritannien (9,3 Billionen).

15.06.2018 - 12:03 [ Boston Consulting Group ]


Global personal financial wealth grew by 12% in 2017 to $201.9 trillion in
US dollar terms. (See Exhibit 1.) The total was roughly 2.5 times as large as the world’s GDP for the year ($81 trillion).