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December 7, 2022

In this week’s FB Roundup, James Dyson expands his Weybourne family office; Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group serves Coventry City football club stadium an eviction notice; and Ivan Ko plans to revitalise an East London ‘ghost town’ development.

James Dyson expands his Weybourne family office
Billionaire British inventor Sir James Dyson has transferred almost £5 billion from his self-named company to fund his family office, Weybourne.

Sir James has moved funds from his global technology company to shape one of the “World’s biggest investment firms for the super-rich.”

December 1, 2022

Take a look at one of your most important asset classes, your talent, and start to think about how you can improve the investment, says Mark Essex.

In the struggle for talent, some of your competitors might prefer to poach your staff rather than coach their own. And if one of your best people is seduced by a golden hello from a rival, you’d be forgiven for looking again at how much you invest in your staff. Of course, it won’t be long before someone comes out with the cliché: “What if you train them and they leave? What if you don’t and they stay?”

November 30, 2022

In this week’s FB Roundup, Gautam Adani wins a bid to develop a Mumbai slum; the Ilitch family expand their pizza chain to the UK; and Amancio Ortega expresses interest in buying Manchester United.

Gautam Adani wins bid to develop Mumbai slum
Just days after finalising the takeover of news broadcaster New Delhi Television Ltd (a deal he considers a “Responsibility rather than a business opportunity”), Indian billionaire Gautam Adani has further added to his responsible investment portfolio after winning the right to redevelop India’s largest slum.

November 30, 2022

An increased consideration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors, innovations in technology and a next-gen-driven desire to do better for the world are seen as motivating factors for family offices increasing their commitment to sustainable investment, according to Campden Wealth and Raffles Family Office’s Asia-Pacific Family Office Report 2022.

An increased consideration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors, innovations in technology and a next-gen-driven desire to do better for the world are seen as motivating factors for family offices increasing their commitment to sustainable investment, according to Campden Wealth and Raffles Family Office’s Asia-Pacific Family Office Report 2022.

November 30, 2022

In the new Asia-Pacific Family Office Report 2022, Campden Wealth and Raffles Family Office reveal Asia-Pacific family offices are on the lookout for investment opportunities across new and old asset classes, as portfolio diversification and alternative investments become top priorities.

Family offices based in the Asia-Pacific region are increasingly adopting strategies to mitigate the adverse impact of inflation, according to the new Asia-Pacific Family Office Report 2022 by Campden Wealth and Raffles Family Office.

November 28, 2022

Private market vehicles can generate premium returns over publicly traded markets with lower volatility in large part because they take away the investors’ ability to precisely time when the money comes in and out, says Keith Brakebill of Russell Investments.

November 28, 2022

Investment in climate tech is not at the level needed to address climate change. The majority of the solutions we need already exist, but investments aren't going to the locations where they're most needed, says net-zero emission tech and EV solutions firm CAUSIS.

November 23, 2022

The chair of Campden Wealth’s ClimateTech Investing Forum 2022 talks about doing well and doing good, long-term vision and the future of impact investing.

An American-born, German-raised investor married to a Russian ecologist with links to global environmental initiatives, Jochen Wermuth is the definition of a planet-first entrepreneur.

November 23, 2022

Climate and global energy transition expert Stefan Schurig talks about the aims of The Toni Piëch Foundation, the importance of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and how next gens are driving positive change.

Having started his career on construction sites and training as an architect, Stefan Schurig’s early pivot into highlighting climate change and energy issues by transforming cities into self-sufficient systems has shaped him into an authoritative voice on sustainability issues. 

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