Author Archive: Mariam Nasir

Mariam Nasir is a Marketing Executive with the DeltaQuest Group. Mariam graduated from the University of Surrey with a BA in English Literature in 2011. During her time at university she joined the student newspaper, where she built her way up to the position of Editor in her final year. This gave her experience in writing, editing and researching, which inspired her to pursue a career in marketing. In an effort to place her previous experience within a professional environment, Mariam took on the role of Marketing Executive within the DeltaQuest Group.

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Educating the Elite: an Investment for the Future

| 10 Jan 2012 | 0 Comments




In spite of the global economic slowdown, business professionals are in a plight to showcase their high class and status in an exuberant manner, whether it is through owning the latest gadget in the market or by vacationing in expensive locations. Recent trends show a rise in demand for private schools as the elite strive […]

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2011 Highlights – Pursuit of Happiness for the Elite

| 14 Dec 2011 | 0 Comments




From owning the most luxurious and exclusive car to attending the most glamorous and prestigious events, wealthy individuals strive to maintain their spectacular lifestyle. In the pursuit to find unique and rare items, the super rich have crossed boundaries in regards to spending in 2011 by making it a year of luxury and opulence. Come […]

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2011 Highlights – Governments Across the Globe Target the Wealthy

| 14 Dec 2011 | 0 Comments




In a bid to boost and stabilize economies in the aftermath of the 2008 economic downfall, governments on both sides of the Atlantic are preparing for a post-recession debt crisis by targeting the wealthy. With an increase in taxes, the UK and the US governments are gambling with their highest investors in a hope to […]

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Corporate Tax Decrease is not the only option to Boost US Economy

| 30 Nov 2011 | 2 Comments




The deep and continuous recession has caused a worldwide discussion over the high corporate tax of the US. However, a recent study shows that only a small percentage of companies pay the 35% corporate tax – most getting away with paying less than 10% through tax breaks the government conveniently provides. Is it time to […]

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Asset Protection in Times of Crisis

| 30 Nov 2011 | 2 Comments




As the world sees the end of the 2008 economic recession and gears up for the Euro debt crisis, individuals strive to protect their assets from creditors in order to combat bankruptcy and preserve their wealth from the post-recession financial instability. Whether it is tying their assets in offshore trusts or foundations, individuals are seeking […]

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From Ruins to Recovery – Japan leads the way for Post-Disaster Economies

| 26 Oct 2011 | 3 Comments




Suffering from a major economic heart attack, Japan is seeking to restore its economy to its former place as 3rd strongest in the world. In an effort to recover from the repercussions of the Tohoku earthquake and rejuvenate the economy, tax immunity is being granted to start-up businesses in the disaster hit zones. The aftermath […]

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Traditional Private Banking diminishes as Innovative Wealth Management techniques surface

| 26 Oct 2011 | 2 Comments




With governments across the globe imposing new regulations in terms of corporate and individual taxation, the financial crisis has focused the attention of high net worth individuals onto revising their wealth management strategies. Wealthy individuals […]

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Basic Necessities become Exclusive Investment Accessories

| 30 Sep 2011 | 0 Comments




With the global marketplace being saturated with luxury items, business professionals are finding it harder to display their class and status in a unique and exclusive way. In light of this, the elite have turned to transforming their basic necessities into exclusivities illustrating their wealth through tasteful long-term investment accessories. Image has become the epitome […]

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The Proposed US Capital Gains Increase Causes Uproar among the Wealthy

| 30 Sep 2011 | 1 Comment




Obama’s support for the Buffett Rule has caused controversial and ongoing debates among politicians, business professionals and economists across America. With the wealthy able to take advantage of the current tax system, the future for the US economic growth is uncertain. Recent discussion regarding America’s struggle to cut debt and boost economic growth has given […]

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