Central Banks to the Rescue?

August 7, 2020

Yesterday, the UK’s left-leaning newspaper The Guardian ran a story exploring what negative interest rates would mean for UK consumers. The article

Real Estate Focus: Uruguay

July 21, 2020

By Margret H. de Baez ** Today we have a guest post from Margret de Baez, the CEO of Uruguay Property Partnership,

Stock Market: Safe Haven?

July 17, 2020

The last few months have witnessed a dizzying onslaught of information making their way into our screens and lives. From talk of

Investing in Agriculture: Is it really that complicated?

June 19, 2020

By Daniel Lucas, Q Wealth Report Editor In the mid-2010s, I worked as a project officer on a non-profit pepper project in

Second Residency and Citizenship in a post-Covid 19 world

June 12, 2020

By Daniel Lucas, Q Wealth Report Editor Many of you reading this will be individuals who value the ability to move freely

The Surveillance State

June 3, 2020

In our last article on state power, we discussed the ways governments across the world have used the Covid-19 crisis to flex

Legal Ways to Avoid the Common Reporting Standard – And Why You Should Do So!

May 26, 2020

By Peter Macfarlane Mishcon de Reya is a London law firm that is no stranger to controversy. Originally established in 1937, they

The State: Back with a Vengeance

May 15, 2020

  By Daniel Lucas, Q Wealth Report Editor When I was living in Vietnam in the 2010s, it always amazed me how

The War on Cash Part 2: Safe Havens

April 28, 2020

By Daniel Lucas In our last article, we explored how the Covid-19 crisis is accelerating the trend of Central Banks instituting negative interest

The War on Cash Part 1: Monetary Policy

April 10, 2020

By Daniel Lucas The Covid-19 crisis is changing the world before our very eyes. Billions of people are in lockdown, air travel