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November 24, 2021

For many, it’s the culmination of a lifetimes work. You’ve sold your business, the deal has completed and a large amount of cash has landed. Where do you go next?

For many, it’s the culmination of a lifetimes work. You’ve sold your business, the deal has completed and a large amount of cash has landed. Where do you go next?

October 13, 2021

The Cayman Islands is a highly attractive jurisdiction for setting up family offices and in recent years, many ultra-high net worth families have chosen to make the British Overseas Territory in the western Caribbean Sea both their home and their headquarters for their global operations. 

The Cayman Islands is a highly attractive jurisdiction for setting up family offices and in recent years, many ultra-high net worth families have chosen to make the British Overseas Territory in the western Caribbean Sea both their home and their headquarters for their global operations.

October 4, 2021

Family offices are evolving—what should you be focusing on in the future? Share your insights in our new survey.

Family offices are evolving—what should you be focusing on in the future?

In partnership with TMF Group, Campden Wealth is delighted to be working on a new survey that will highlight the latest trends and issues facing family offices.

The aim is to uncover attitudes on the changing landscape and find ways to generate efficiencies, ease the administrative burden and capitalise on specialists’ skill sets.

October 4, 2021

Agnelli family’s Exor unites Ferrari with former Apple designer Sir Jony Ive, Alexandra Ford English in driving seat of global Ford merchandising, Extra time for Rothermere bid to take Daily Mail trust private.

Agnelli family’s Exor unites Ferrari with former Apple designer Sir Jony Ive

John Elkann, the Agnelli family scion in control of Ferrari, anticipates “great things” from a new long-term collaboration with Sir Jony Ive, the design mastermind of Apple products.

August 11, 2021

Molly Heaney, a fifth-generation director of JM Huber, one of the largest privately-owned businesses in the United States, says her family’s set of guiding principles remain the corporation’s “North Star” in its accelerating pace of investments.

Molly Heaney, a fifth-generation director of JM Huber, one of the largest privately-owned businesses in the United States, says her family’s set of guiding principles remain the corporation’s “North Star” in its accelerating pace of investments.

Huber is a portfolio management company and a global leader in hydrocolloids, specialty chemicals and minerals and engineered woods, supplying industries such as agrochemicals, beverages, household products, oral care, paper, energy, plastics and construction.

July 7, 2021

Every industry has seen sharp changes over the last year and a half due to the pandemic, but the wealth sector has seen a major shift with the generational wealth transfer timeline shortening significantly.

Every industry has seen sharp changes over the last year and a half due to the pandemic, but the wealth sector has seen a major shift with the generational wealth transfer timeline shortening significantly.

June 9, 2021

When hiring for your family office you need to think family first and office second. Can this person take your husband to hospital appointments? Can they jump on a plane without notice to manage your international holdings? Can they watch your daughter’s recital if you are stuck at work or if you can’t make it in, can they take your seat at the table?

When hiring for your family office you need to think family first and office second. Can this person take your husband to hospital appointments? Can they jump on a plane without notice to manage your international holdings? Can they watch your daughter’s recital if you are stuck at work or if you can’t make it in, can they take your seat at the table?

April 22, 2021

A third-generation successor turned adviser and author says the fate of his family business could have been “radically different” if he had been humbler as its principal.

A third-generation successor turned adviser and author says the fate of his family business could have been “radically different” if he had been humbler as its principal.

David C Bentall worked for 20 years in his family’s major Canadian business, Dominion Construction, including seven years as its president and chief executive. During his tenure as principal, the business doubled in size to $240 million in sales.

March 16, 2021

Campden Wealth is calling for your insights in a new survey on impact investing for the 2021 edition of its leading research report Investing for Global Impact: A Power for Good.

Campden Wealth is calling for your insights in a new survey on impact investing for the 2021 edition of its leading research report Investing for Global Impact: A Power for Good.

The survey launches today and gives family members, executives, investors and advisers the opportunity to share their attitudes to the dynamic, estimated $715 billion impact investing market.

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