Wealthy dating - tips and advice for dating wealthy people and marrying up

  • Though one of the relatively newer countries of the world, New Zealand already has a strong economy. This is in large part due to foreign investment which has been steadily moving to this country promising highly skilled work force and still-new agricultural and tourism prospects. Here are the top names among the men on New Zealand’s rich list which also includes foreign-born investors since the trend "reflect the globalization of wealth", according to Nevil Gibson1, the editor in chief of National Business Review which compiled the 2012 Rich List of New Zealand.

  • Like many European countries, Netherlands is limited in size but boasts of a strong economy as well as global influence. Its per capita income is among the ten highest in the world and it is home to many world institutions, chief of which is The Hague. However its main asset seems to be a high quality of life and a high degree of social tolerance. Little wonder then that the richest Dutch individual is a woman, Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken, heiress to the beer giant with a net worth of $7.7 billion. Following her are the richest men in the Netherlands and a brief account of their source of wealth.

  • Mexico is the first Latin American member of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development OECD and considered an upper-middle income country by the World Bank. It is an important economic force in the region, especially among Latin American countries. Here are some of the richest men in Mexico.

  • Since its independence from the British colonial empire, Malaysia has had one of the best economic records in Asia, with GDP growing an average 6.5% for almost 50 years. Though traditionally the Malaysian economy has been based on its rich natural resources, in recent times it has been expanding in the sectors of science, tourism, commerce and medical tourism. Here are some of the richest men in Malaysia who have taken advantage of upcoming opportunities and found a place among the world’s billionaires too.

  • Spread over a small geographical area, Kuwait is nevertheless a wealthy and comparatively open economy. More than 90% of Kuwait’s government income and export revenues stem from the nation’s petroleum reserves which are also responsible for nearly half of Kuwait’s GDP.  No wonder then that the richest Kuwaitis have mostly made their money in oil and energy sectors and then moved on to diversified interests. Here are some of the richest men in Kuwait and how much they are worth.

  • Japan is among the richest countries of the world and one of the leading technological powers. Despite being subjected to crippling bombings which ended the Second World War, Japan is today the third largest economy by nominal GDP as well as purchasing power. It is also the world's fourth-largest exporter and fourth-largest importer. According to the 2012 Forbes World Billionaire List1, there were 22 people from Japan who made it among the billionaires on the globe. Here is a list of the richest men in Japan and a little bit about their wealth.

  • Though not counted among the economic powerhouses of the world, Italy is nevertheless home to some of the wealthiest people in the world. In fact it is one of the top ten countries to have the most millionaires. Fashion, media and retail of luxury goods are the chief sources of wealth of the richest Italians. Here is a brief account of the richest men in Italy and their net worth.

  • Recent estimates suggest that an incredible $21 trillion dollars may have been stashed by the super wealthy of the world in tax havens across the globe1 – in other words the size of the off-shore economy may be as much as the American and Japanese GDPs put together. Needless to say, tax havens are running thick with high net worth individuals and if you fancy a life of luxury, dating the singles among them may be your passport to the good life. Here are a few tips on meeting single rich men in popular tax havens of the world.

  • Despite the bad news about economy from almost all parts of the globe, the number of millionaires seems to be rising all the time. While in Asian countries, this has been due to the high growth rate of the newly-emerging economies, certain European countries have continued to benefit from a long history of economic and commercial power. America is of course, home to be wealthiest people in the world. Based on Boston Consulting Group’s annual report tracking wealth around the world, here is a list of countries with the most millionaires, evaluated in terms of US dollars in 20121.

  • While global financial news has been buzzing with the euro zone debt crisis, a volatile equity and commodity market and even fears of a slowdown in China, the world’s billionaires seemed to have continued to fare well. The number of billionaires worldwide grew 9.4 percent to 2,160, expanding their wealth by 14 percent to $6.19 trillion — a staggering $760 billion jump over the previous year1.

  • While policy planners and actual entrepreneurs may clash on several fronts, both agree that there are certain cities which are more encouraging to new businesses. These usually have to do with several factors ranging from presence of colleges and universities which provide the talent pool to open and liberal culture which encourage creative thinking necessary for tech startup. Here are some of the cities in the world best known to offer these conditions and thus attracting the young, gifted and sometimes very wealthy technology entrepreneurs.

  • During the heyday of Renaissance, Spain and Portugal were among the first countries to set up their economic colonies in various parts of the world. Till this day, many men of Hispanic ethnicity continue with the spirit of enterprise which has made them successes in professions and businesses. Here are some of the best cities in the world to meet wealthy Hispanic or Latino men.

  • The Old World was among the first regions in the world to produce pioneers and adventurers. The wave of exploration that took off during the Renaissance not only made way for modern science and technology but also led to political-economic practices like colonialism, which gave many European countries a head-start in world economy. Europe is still the continent where budding entrepreneurs and professionals flourish side by side with family businesses and inherited wealth. Here are thus a few cities in Europe which are great destinations for meeting wealthy men.

  • There is nothing new in marriage between different classes – kings and queens have done it before and royal heirs of today are still doing it. And yet the institution of marriage all over the world has somehow always aligned itself along horizontal lines so that the majority of people appear to choose partners from roughly similar cultural and economic background. If you on the other hand are thinking of marrying someone from a different class, here are a few aspects you may wish to consider first.

  • Finding a single, rich man to date is the stuff female dreams are made of – you get to be pampered with the best that money can buy and have someone to love you as well. And yet finding a partner who is a bachelor and loaded to boot can be worse than climbing Mt Everest. Instead you could have more success with another group, one that is made up of wealthy widowers. Here are a few useful tips on how to meet and date wealthy men who are widowed and thus single.