Author Archive: Emma Mackenzie

Emma Mackenzie is a Marketing Executive with the DeltaQuest Group. With over 3 years of corporate and legal content writing experience, Emma began her marketing career working as a marketing assistant for a cosmetic company based in England, UK. During her time there she played a pivotal role in both producing company promotional and editorial content and managing the company website and advertising strategies. Her next career move was a two year academic writing post in the field of business law, in which she developed her writing skills extensively. Seeking a more challenging and progressive position within a legal and corporate services environment, Emma moved to Cyprus to take on the role of marketing executive within the DeltaQuest marketing department. Emma achieved her Marketing and Business Law degree from Strathclyde University, Scotland in 2007.

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Mobile Apps Help Rich Become Proactive not Reactive in Managing their Wealth

| 30 Nov 2011 | 0 Comments

The term wealth management has become generic in today’s global market, which is saturated with investors and their internationally expansive and diverse investment portfolios. Entrusting your wealth to your nominated and respected financial adviser is a standard procedure for high net worth individuals, but in light of the debt crisis throughout Europe, and the excessively […]

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Sport of the Kings – the Guilty Pleasure of the Aristocracy and Nouveau Riche!

| 26 Oct 2011 | 1 Comment

The sport of the kings is the past time of choice for many adventurous and excessively wealthy people who have a passion for the thrill of racing and a desire to be part of the unequivocal upper class clique associated with owning the best of thoroughbreds. Now worth an annual £4bn, horseracing is maintaining its […]

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Unjust Digital Inheritance causes Confusion and Sheer Outrage

| 26 Oct 2011 | 2 Comments

From the advancement of the traditional paperback book to a digital literary domain, the current climate for computer-stored valuable assets has paved the way for those wishing to bequeath digital inheritance to loved ones in their wills. But, is it as simple as it sounds for all of us? Digital inheritance – now worth an […]

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UK Luxury Property makes a comeback as Investment Tool for Offshore Investors

| 30 Sep 2011 | 0 Comments

The recession caused a severe cavity in the global real estate market, which happened to be one of the industries hit hardest in 2008. With over 3 years of uphill struggle, real estate sales are on the up with regular reports of market growth and property asking prices at an all time high since the […]

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Will Lowering US Corporate Taxes help to Generate Jobs? – the debate intensifies

| 30 Sep 2011 | 1 Comment

As the US elections grow near, politicians have reignited the debate on lowering corporate taxes to create more jobs. President Obama’s American Jobs Act has caused controversy as to whether it will provide more job opportunities and has left economists deliberating if a change to the US corporate tax system will pick the employment sector […]

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Responsive Corporate Tax Cuts to Relieve Both Sides of the Atlantic

| 31 Aug 2011 | 5 Comments

August has seen much activity on both sides of the Atlantic with promulgated talks on significant corporate tax cuts. The corporate taxation slashes have been brought forward to help businesses strive in their home countries.

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Coalition Parties Clash in Taxing High Earners to Boost UK Economy

| 31 Aug 2011 | 1 Comment

Heated debates have begun UK wide regarding the state of the UK’s income tax system. It has been called by the Conservative government that the 50p tax rate bares little significance in raising revenue and in fact pushes the country’s most skilled and educated offshore. Over recent weeks, crisis talks have been held in UK […]

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Hawaii set to take on Asset Protection Trust Competition

| 31 Aug 2011 | 0 Comments

Hawaii’s latest trust structure known as the DAPT has been introduced in line with the Islands newly reformed trust law in a bid to attract wealthy investors back to the Island after recent downfalls in tourist and investor numbers. The DAPT structure has succeeded the previous FAPT structure to promote a more favorable environment for […]

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