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July 4, 2022

Raphael Roettgen, managing partner of E2MC Ventures, discusses how investing in space doesn’t have to be rocket science.

For many decades, space travel was only possible for government-funded initiatives. More recently, privately funded ventures have taken the step to boldly go where few have gone before. Now, it’s becoming increasingly more rewarding and affordable, and less risky, to invest in a host of off-world initiatives.

June 22, 2021

Qualifying family offices and private investors will hear exclusive proposals from the presenters of a 3D printing technology fund, an aerial mobility fund, a luxury eco-resort and an indoor vertical farm enterprise at the 11th virtual Campden Wealth Funds and Direct Investments Event on 8 July.

Qualifying family offices and private investors will hear exclusive proposals from the presenters of a 3D printing technology fund, an aerial mobility fund, a luxury eco-resort and an indoor vertical farm enterprise at the 11th virtual Campden Wealth Funds and Direct Investments Event on 8 July.

Each of the four investment opportunities will be introduced in 15-minute slots to all family offices and investors who will be able to ask questions and discuss the potential returns.

May 13, 2021

Leading venture capitalist Matthew Salloway is on the hunt for innovative technology startups on behalf of his family office and fund and says the 5G economy is a 15 trillion-dollar economic opportunity.

Leading venture capitalist Matthew Salloway is on the hunt for innovative technology startups on behalf of his family office and fund and says the 5G economy is a 15 trillion-dollar economic opportunity.

Salloway is the chief executive of GSI Ventures, a top 50 Global Family Office, with a focus on venture capital and portfolio market expansion into the Middle East and North Africa region. He is also the co-founder and managing partner of SIP Global Partners, an international performance venture fund investing in global technology companies.

May 7, 2021

Does it make sense to professionalise the management of my wealth (or that of my family), treating it in a manner comparable to how I treat my company or other businesses? In other words, should we create a family office?

Does it make sense to professionalise the management of my wealth (or that of my family), treating it in a manner comparable to how I treat my company or other businesses? In other words, should we create a family office?

April 15, 2021

I am writing as the son of a successful father whose enormous shadow I have tried to wiggle out of for much of my professional life. I write this from a personal perspective of watching my first generation of wealth creators struggle to involve their next-gen in the family business.

I am writing as the son of a successful father whose enormous shadow I have tried to wiggle out of for much of my professional life. I write this from a personal perspective of watching my first generation of wealth creators struggle to involve their next-gen in the family business.

September 14, 2020

The Mack family were excited about the prospects of 2020 at the start of the year—their Europa-Park resort welcomed a record 5.7 million visitors in 2019 and they were eager for returns on their brand new €180 million ($213 million) water world Rulantica and its adjacent hotel, their largest ever investment in their family business’s 45-year history.

The Mack family were excited about the prospects of 2020 at the start of the year—their Europa-Park resort welcomed a record 5.7 million visitors in 2019 and they were eager for returns on their brand new €180 million ($213 million) water world Rulantica and its adjacent hotel, their largest ever investment in their family business’s 45-year history.

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