After a consumer program argued that the British are more likely to divorce their spouse than split from their bank, The Wall Street Journal tracked down three European entrepreneurs to get their thoughts on their wealth managers. Citing the many successful businesses he has established, Felix Dennis asked, "why would I take advice from someone who has never experienced that?" Brigitte Baumann said she likes to draw her own conclusions, even if that sometimes means contradicting the advice of her wealth manager. And David Frederik von Rosen-von Hoewel said the most important quality he looks for is trustworthiness.
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