The Single Most Important Issue Facing Wealthy Individuals

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) April 17, 2009 -- The fact that the super rich have myriad choices, and as such have the ability to choose what they want when they want, is a double edged sword. What can seem like ultimate freedom can become a source of stress, confusion and worry – Are they making an error in choice? Are they even seeing the best options available? How can they possibly reduce the overwhelming number of choices? These issues can be reduced by some simple everyday decisions.

Points to be considered are:

• The single most important issue for wealthy individuals. • How they deal with the overwhelming number of choices they face. • Why the super-rich are underwhelmed by most businesses. • Why most companies do not deserve their business. • What the super-rich really want.

“As someone who interacts on a very personal level with wealthy individuals during such a personal time as house hunting I get to see how the effects of having an overwhelming number of choices impacts the super rich,” says Jeremy McGivern, an authority on the issues facing many high net worth individuals and Managing Director of the internationally renowned property search agency, Mercury Homesearch.

Jeremy McGivern, as well as helping the super-rich acquire anything they want by reducing the sheer complexity of choice while house hunting, has been featured in numerous publications including The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Sunday Times and Spear’s Wealth Management Survey. He understands unique issues facing high net worth individuals and is happy to share information that will help them make the correct choice for their individual needs. For more information and to contact Jeremy to schedule an interview call +44 (0) 7780 696394.

Contact: JEREMY MCGIVERN: +44 (0) 7780 696394

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Press Release Submitted On: April 16, 2009 at 7:25 am
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