The jets and the sharks

Private aircraft allow mainland business people to get the job done efficiently, but also with a sense of Chinese style, writes Tiffany Ap.

The jets and the sharks

Because the wine market is murky, investors often pay too much. Benjamin Robertson tells how, with a little research, you never have to feel as if you've been ripped off.

Out of this world

Two companies are set to give the first tourists a glimpse of outer space – the kind of adventure rich mainlanders crave, writes Denise Tsang.

A kingdom for a horse

They cost a pretty penny, but there's money in racing steeds, whether in breeding them, sharing in winnings or earning stud fees, writes Benjamin Robertson.

A kingdom for a horse

With the mainland now a force in buying luxury goods, they're now eager to develop elite brands that they can be proud of, writes Tiffany Ap.

Back with a Banga

No, really, Harry Banga was set to enjoy life when he retired from Noble. But his sons begged him to join them in a new venture, writes Anna Healy Fenton.

Back with a Banga

Snapshots of four private bankers, each of whom controls money equivalent to the GDPs of some mid-sized nations, by Jasper Moiseiwitsch.

Back with a Banga

If turning heads on the golf course (or in Discovery Bay) is your goal, look no further than the Garia Mansory Currus.

Back with a Banga

How private banks help the rich get richer, by Tara Loader Wilkinson.

 

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