Physical Asset Investments

Physical asset or alternative investment products are the linchpin of a successful investment portfolio as they can enhance portfolio returns or reduce portfolio risk. Moreover, you can derive personal pleasure from its aesthetic qualities, while enjoying an investment benefit as the product accrues value.

Global Properties

Real estate investments are a vital component of a successful investment portfolio. As real estate returns have relatively low correlations with other asset classes, they provide diversification and risk minimization to a group of assets. With other benefits such as strong and consistent yields and inflation hedge, real estate investments provide investors with a well-balanced basket of wealth management and generation assets.

Citizenship & Visas

Citizenship or passport investment programs, especially those offered by Australia and EU countries, are gaining in popularity as the investor can literally purchase a citizenship, and all the rights and access that comes in tow. Investors reap a plethora of benefits from such investments, including travel ease with visa-free access, education benefits, business networks, and generational advantages as some programs extend to the entire family.


Demand for fine wine has increased enormously in recent years and the very finest wines are often produced in very limited quantities. A basic demand and supply curve when coupled with the ability for fine wine to age gracefully and become more and more desirable over time explains the superb gains that many fine wines have enjoyed over recent decades.


Premium Single Malt whiskies form a collectable asset class with value appreciation primarily due to rarity.The large gap between limited supply and growing demand continues to drive up the value of premium whiskies. During the long recession of the 1980s production of whisky was reduced drastically and many distilleries were forced to shut down, hence creating a large demand especially from Asia and emerging markets.


Art investments, like other collectibles, are fundamentally passion investments that provide owners with an aesthetic pleasure and enjoyment. Regardless, investing in fine art has the potential to reap significant monetary returns for investors because like real estate, it can be a hedge against stock market volatility and is not affected by market conditions. Moreover, as the quantity of fine art is limited and art valuations can skyrocket by variables such as the death of an artist, the potential upside for investors is limitless.


Our experts and partners provide one on one consultations helping members make educated and informed decisions on the purchase of their next timepiece. In addition to sharing the exquisite details and intricacies of important timepieces, our experts conduct cross-analysis across brands and share historical performances of such pieces at auction houses to assist members in building a portfolio of timepieces that are a blend of their personality and alternative investment appetite.


Investing in diamonds is more complex and requires more thought than simply judging a stone by its physical appearance. Our extensive contacts can introduce the rarest diamonds for investment. Our direct relationships with diamond traders also provide our members with a unique insight on the diamond trade and which diamonds are investment worthy. Because diamonds are not just a girl’s best friend.

Classic Cars

Returns on investing in classic cars surpass returns from gold. Classic cars move more independently than other alternative investments; an attractive attribute for investors and collectors alike. According to the HAGI Top Index, which calculates the performance of 50 key collectible cars, these collectibles have increased 30 fold over the past 30 years.

Grand Prix Driver

A new asset class, investing in a Grand Prix driver is for investors looking for a more diversified and fun portfolio. By forming a private limited company with a few partners, the private limited company will have an exclusive contract with the Grand Prix driver and the company benefits from the revenue that the driver brings in over his career life as a professional driver. The investment returns are calculated based on different assumptions and scenarios. F1 champions are among the world’s most highly-paid sportspeople, pulling in about $15-30m a year in winnings, salary and sponsorships.

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