The “Golden Dragon” Continues Expansion Into Europe, And Potentially Into Monaco

 July 25, 2018

“Over the past few years, continued expansion of China — or “The Golden Dragon” as I call it — still leaves many companies in its wake, wondering what could have been.” – says the the Chinese UHNW market expert André C Perry. Chinese market expert and CEO of UHNW Management often analyses and compare the […]

Exclusive interview with the co-founders of La Petite Ecole Monaco

 July 23, 2018

La Petite Ecole Monaco is the Bilingual Montessori pre-school in the principality of Monaco located on the breathtaking port of Monaco. In order to discover more about this new pre-school combining the most advanced educational philosophies in an eco-friendly beautiful environment we decided to interview its co-founder Stephanie Ayre and Aviv Pode. 1., La Petite Ecole Monaco […]

Andrea Raggi: “Now it’s serious”

 July 06, 2018

The heart of the Monaco defense is in his seventh season with the red and white. More experienced than ever, he encourages the youngest players to follow his example. ANDREA, HOW DO YOU FEEL A WEEK AFTER THE RECOVERY? Everything is going very well but fatigue is starting to come (laughs). It’s normal as we […]

Fiscal Transparency: An interview with Jean Castellini

 June 26, 2018

From the impetus given by H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince in 2009 to obtaining the overall rating of “Compliant” with the OECD’s international standards in April, as well as the publication of EU lists and the introduction of the automatic exchange of information – for Monaco Info, the Minister of Finance and Economy recently summarised almost […]

3 questions to Cristiano Riamondi, scientific coordinator of the exhibition “Tom Wesselmann, The Promise of Happiness” at Villa Paloma

 June 20, 2018

What was the starting point of this project ? This solo show of Tom Wesselmann (1931-2004) – among the most famous representatives of the American Pop Art movement – is a new opportunity for the NMNM to present the work of a key artist of the 20th century. The idea wasn’t just to do a […]

Chartering in Monaco and the South of France

 June 19, 2018

The chartering season started in June therefore we asked our trusted advisor Sophia Tutino from the Monaco based IYC, to share some advice and good-to-know with us regarding chartering in the Principality of Monaco. MWM: When is the start of the charter season in Monaco? Sophia: The charter season typically starts in early May, hand […]

Dominique Riban: “Security is a prerequisite for the digital transition”

 June 13, 2018

The digital transition goes hand in hand with optimal information system security, explains Rear Admiral Dominique Riban, Director of the Monaco Cyber Security Agency, the authority responsible, since 2016, for protecting the State and operators from a failure that could endanger the Principality’s essential interests. Does security act as a brake on the digital transition? […]

Frédéric Genta: “We are going to put Monaco on the digital world map”

 June 13, 2018

With the recruitment of Frédéric Genta, the Prince’s Government has started to shape the Principality’s digital strategy. Appointed in March as Interministerial Delegate responsible for the Principality’s Digital Transition (Country Chief Digital Officer), this young Monegasque graduate of the ESCP Europe, who holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and has professional experience in the […]

The man behind Dmitry Rybolovlev’s Da Vinci sale

 June 06, 2018

“We speak to the man behind the record-shattering $450 million sale about his unique approach to the auction game.” – reports artnet News. When the hammer came down on Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi at Christie’s postwar and contemporary sale last November, setting the world record by leaps and bounds for a work of art […]

Yahoo! Co-Founder and Art Collector Jerry Yang on How Chinese Calligraphy Can Help Tie Together a World in Crisis

 May 30, 2018

“The Yahoo! co-founder on how to appreciate Chinese calligraphy and why Silicon Valley isn’t known as a collecting capital—yet.” – reports artnet News As a student at Stanford University in 1994, the Chinese-American programmer Jerry Yang and his friend David Filo compiled a directory for the budding Internet called “Jerry and David’s Guide to the […]

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