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February 10, 2023

The CEO of JSCB "ASIA ALLIANCE BANK", one of the fastest developing banks in the Republic of Uzbekistan, talks about what his home country has to offer family offices looking to establish in the Turkic States and the key issues affecting ultra-high-net-worth families in the region.

Since it was established in 2009, JSCB “ASIA ALLIANCE BANK” has ridden a wave of success that has seen it grow its position in all major markets of banking services. And, due to its sound strategy, consistent financial policy and adherence to the values of civilized business operations, the bank has gained a reputation for being a strong and reliable partner.

April 4, 2022

INSPIRA is developing a cost-effective respiratory support system which will function as an artificial lung for deteriorating respiratory patients. Ahead of presenting at the 32nd edition of the MedTech investing (MTi) forum on June 6 and 7, president and co-founder Joe Hayon explains the benefits and potential future applications of the system.

INSPIRA is an innovative medical device company which is developing the ART system, a cost-effective early extracorporeal respiratory support system which will function as an artificial lung for deteriorating respiratory patients.

The ART system utilises a new approach based on hemo-protective technology aimed at rebalancing oxygen saturation levels while patients are awake and breathing, potentially minimising the patient's need for invasive mechanical ventilation intervention.

April 15, 2014

Entrepreneurial families in the UK generated approximately £540 billion (€654 billion) in revenues in 2013, adding £180 billion in gross value to the economy, and this figure is set to keep on rising, according to recent research.

Entrepreneurial families in the UK generated approximately £540 billion (€654 billion) in revenues in 2013, adding £180 billion in gross value to the economy, and this figure is set to keep on rising, according to recent research.

In the report Family affair: Spotlight on UK family SMEs, UK-based bank Barclays found there were 2.42 million first-generation, family-controlled small to medium-sized firms (SMEs), having climbed back from a low of 2.32 million in 2011 after the financial crisis.

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