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World Class Education: A report on education choices for High Net Worth families in the UK and beyond (2018)

This report provides a snapshot of global high net worth (HNW) and ultra high net worth education trends and assesses where the UK fits in. A survey and in depth interviews with HNW advisers inform the report. The publication includes insight into the connection between property and education choices, a review of current visas available for students coming to the UK, a guide to university choices and a look at special educational considerations in educating the next generation of wealthy families.

Published in partnership with Keystone Tutors. 

This report will be launched on 14 November 2018, please contact Meriel Cochrane on mc@wildsearch.org if you would like to attend.

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Portfolio Planning: Insights from the Inside (2018) Third Edition

Insights from the Inside is the third publication Wild Research has produced on portfolio careers. This report draws on the two earlier editions and provides a series of practical perspectives from those who have successfully formed their own portfolio careers.

The report includes contributions from 30 interviews with individuals including Sir Nicholas Bacon, President of the RHS; Duncan Ingram, Chair of the Children’s Trust; and Dame Judith Mayhew Jones, the Governor of Westminster School. The interviewees discuss their experience and give advice in chapters including “How to Begin?”, “Skills Required” and “Commercial and Charitable?”

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Victoria the Great (2018)

This illustrated history of Victoria and profile of the recent developments was commissioned by the Victoria Business Improvement District (VBID). The report covers from the Great Plague to the present day and looks at how this site has now become a thriving area to live, eat and enjoy. This report is written by Clive Aslet, a Pimlico resident, Editor at Large of Country Life magazine and a Wild Search adviser.