Over the last 50 years, philanthropic giving in the U.S. has grown to $427.71 billion. And as philanthropists come to think of themselves as social investors, non-profits must also redefine themselves as “for-purpose” institutions. This must be more than a rebranding.
When a company is acquired, the buyer takes on new risks and exposure. In today’s M&A marketplace, EBITDA multiples are at peak levels. With valuations so high, it’s more important than ever to manage risks—known and unknown—that could affect ultimate returns.
All the major asset classes have delivered solid returns so far this year, even in the face of intensifying geopolitical tensions and slowing global growth. Looking at the second half of the year, expect the global growth slowdown to persist, with some geographic divergence.
When developing capital market assumptions, most forecasters start with assumptions around two of the most fundamental economic variables: growth and inflation. Research indicates that demographics influence both growth and inflation for a given region.
If you are a global family and are considering an investment in the United States, you may have questions about the U.S. tax rules. Through a series of 10 key questions, answers are provided to help the non-U.S. individual investor better understand the U.S. tax system.
Millions of new jobs have been created since 2010, with unemployment close to its lowest level since the late 60s. Though the U.S. has experienced one of the longest economic expansions ever, wage growth has been modest.