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Tiedemann Advisors commemorates Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month which is celebrated in the U.S. throughout the month of May. Perhaps this year more than ever, it is vital to recognize the value, contributions, and continuing struggles of AAPI communities as they experience both significant progress and harmful backsliding in their social well-being. And that which impacts some of us, affects all of us as a community and a nation. [...]
Cybersecurity has never been more important than it is today. Every risk management strategy for a family or business must now have a comprehensive plan to address the substantial threat of cyberattacks. It is no longer a question of if you might be threatened by a cybersecurity attack but rather when. While the threats are increasing, so too are the ways in which you can protect yourself and your business. In this two-part webinar series, we sat down with renowned security experts Guy Snodgrass and Cesare Garlati to understand the current state of cybersecurity. Additionally, we discuss what you can learn from the U.S. national security and intelligence community and the cybersecurity industry when it comes to protecting your family and your business.We continued the conversation on May 6 with Aidan Kehoe, CEO of SKOUT Cybersecurity, and discussed what actual steps you can take to protect yourself and the information you have entrusted with third parties including Tiedemann. You will learn what the real threats are, what you need to do to better defend yourself, and whom you can work with to assist in securing your information.
The world is evolving into three separate data governance zones – U.S., Europe and China. Read this article to learn what this means and how it could complicate flows and use of information for many companies and individuals.
The convergence of a shifting international power balance and the digitization of the world economy will have tremendous implications for two of the world’s great powers – China and the United States – as they grapple with evolving, modernized systems. With their “Digital Currency Electronic Payment” (DCEP) program in its early trial stages and growing presence on every continent through their Belt and Road (BRI) and Digital Silk Road Initiatives (DSR), China has showed significant interest in taking over as a world leader in the coming years. The rolling impact of new technologies that revolutionize the global economy from automated supply chains to digital currency lead us to believe that the United States has a lot of work to do to adapt to the coming tide.
On April 8th, 2021, we sat down for a conversation with international foreign policy and digital currency experts on the future of digital currencies and how the United States and its allies plan to work with their respective central banks to usher in a new era of the future money. We explored the opportunities, risks, and future geo-economic implications of central bank backed digital currencies, as well as looked to answer questions like: - What timeframe are U.S. policymakers targeting for rolling out a digital dollar? What are the key logistical hurdles? - Do regulators and central bankers in the U.S. and Europe believe there is a place for digital currencies that are backed by central banks and other non-fiat digital assets like Bitcoin? - Is there a size or “market cap” that Bitcoin could reach or has already reached where regulators decide too much capital would be destroyed by regulating it out of existence?
Tiedemann’s in-house China expert Robert Hormats penned a piece on what the US can do to address the rapidly intensifying technology competition between the US and China. An earlier version of this article was published in The Hill on March 28, 2021.
Navigating the Contemporary Art Market - A guide for families on current trends, opportunities and estate planning strategies in contemporary art
In the past couple of decades, the contemporary art market has seen tremendous growth. Over the next ten years, the art industry is facing a great inflection point with the arrival of a new regulatory framework. In this panel discussion, with art experts Erica Samuels and David Rothschild and Tiedemann Advisors’ wealth planning expert Jim Bertles, we discuss how families should be thinking about the contemporary art market through estate planning strategies, current art market trends, and opportunities moving forward.
Bitcoin prices have surged this year. The sharp rise in investor interest for the digital currency that is often referred to as Digital Gold can be ascribed to the sentiment many investors have that Bitcoin can act as a store of value given its fixed supply, a medium of exchange, and an alternative asset for diversified portfolios.
We are pleased to be sitting down again for a conversation with Dr. William Haseltine. Dr. Haseltine, who is a scientist, author, former professor of Harvard Medical School and a frequent speaker in the media on the topic of Covid, recently published his new book on Covid variants. He will talk about why virus variation is critical to understanding how the pandemic will unfold and how Covid-19 may continue to affect our global economy, our societies, and all of us individually.
We are entering the second year of the pandemic, yet there are still many unknowns about COVID-19. For example, it is still unclear why it causes a mild reaction in one person compared to a life-threatening response in another. SCORE-UW has built upon years of research to understand patients’ responses to the coronavirus and other infectious diseases and to translate novel science into medicine for better treatment and improved outcomes.