Today sees the publication of the 2020 eprivateclient Middle East Report – an in-depth look at some of the most important topics affecting wealthy individuals and families from the region as well as their advisers across the globe.
This report is published at a time of tremendous uncertainty in both the region and across the world as governments and the global economy struggle to combat the impact and lasting damage the COVID-19 pandemic has had on financial, political and healthcare systems.
Whereas some jurisdictions in the Middle East have combatted the virus with some success, places such as Yemen and Lebanon have fared less well and are dealing with the pandemic at the same time as political turmoil making the recovery much more difficult. Coupled with ongoing regional tension brought out by fractious relations between Gulf states and both Qatar and Iran, the Middle East continues to be a region divided.
Despite this, the Middle East continues to generate significant wealth for individuals and families in the region and this report features articles from law firms, property and fiduciary services providers looking at ways that wealthy Middle Eastern clients can build and maintain this wealth for generations to come despite pitfalls such as the COVID-19 pandemic, political turmoil and economic strife blighting parts of the region.
To view the report online, please click here and to view it on a PDF please click below