Jakob Palmstierna, chief executive officer of GSR, talks about assuaging digital assets investment concerns, why now is the time to get on board and crypto’s bright future.
It’s fair to say that the digital asset sector has taken a bit of a hammering over the past year but Jakob Palmstierna, chief executive officer of GSR, states the crypto winter is coming to an end and confidence is growing back stronger than ever. GSR has ten years of deep digital asset market expertise as a market maker, asset manager and active, multi-stage investor.
In this week’s FB Roundup, Sir Jim Ratcliffe proposes a new £5 billion Manchester United buyout bid; Barry and Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Sport sale falls down; and hedge fund billionaire Louis Bacon wins $203 million in a defamation case.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe proposes £5 billion Manchester United buyout bid
After nearly having his dreams of owning Manchester United football club dashed after current owners the Glazer family said the team was not for sale, British petrochemicals billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe is proposing a full buyout of the Premiership team after three years if he succeeds with his revised £5 billion bid.
As ultra-high-net-worth families navigate a major global wealth and succession transition, questions are being asked about effective implementation of transparent and communicated succession plans.
As ultra-high-net-worth families navigate a major global wealth and succession transition, questions are being asked about effective implementation of transparent and communicated succession plans. Especially, as revealed in The 2023 North America Family Business Report from Brightstar Capital and Campden Wealth, as the majority of family businesses (61%) do not have a written, formal succession plan in place - while 44% still need to develop a succession plan or have no plan at all.
The North America Family Business Report 2023 from Brightstar Capital Partners and Campden Wealth reveals that major concerns for thriving family businesses owners are succession planning, economic risks, and family communication.
For many well-established North American family businesses, long-term planning and forward thinking are the hallmarks of their enduring success. However, findings in The North America Family Business Report 2023 from Brightstar Capital Partners and Campden Wealth reveal that a majority of family businesses should address formal succession planning amid fears about a market downturn fueled by higher inflation and rising interest rates.
In this week’s FB Roundup, David and Simon Reuben are exploring ways to finalise an LA real estate deal; the Winklevoss twins give a $100 million personal loan to their own crypto exchange; and Mike Lynch loses his bid against US extradition.
David and Simon Reuben “exploring ways” to finalise LA real estate deal
According to Bloomberg, Indian-born British businessmen David and Simon Reuben are “exploring ways to finalise one of Los Angeles’s biggest real estate projects after taking control over major parts of the $2.5 billion plan through debt financing deals.”
Jefferson Sun, founder and CEO of Fargo Wealth Group, talks about how the past ten years have been a golden decade for Chinese entrepreneurs and what local governments are doing to help establish a raft of new family offices as a result.
Having seen a rise in demand for flexibility within a traditionally rigid banking system, Fargo Wealth Group was established to offer a wide range of expertise to ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) individuals and families - from wealth management to asset management and family office services to FinTech innovation.
The pandemic, the war in Ukraine and the economic recession that has followed, have, once again, sparked a new debate on taxing the wealthy. But, as Professor Raul Barroso discusses, such taxes might lead to unintended, negative repercussions.
The Covid-19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine and the economic recession that has followed, has, once again, sparked a new debate on taxing the wealthy.
In this week’s FB Roundup, the Haslam family buy a stake in the Milwaukee Bucks basketball team; Ken Griffin donates $300 million to Harvard University; and Online poker billionaire Mark Scheinberg aims to buy luxury hospitality group.
Haslam family buy stake in Milwaukee Bucks basketball team
Having recently sold their Pilot Flying J truck stop chain to Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, Jimmy Haslam and his wife Susan “Dee” Bagwell Haslam have added to their sports franchise interests with a minority stake in the American basketball team the Milwaukee Bucks.
Frank Hixon Foster, chairman emeritus of Hixon Properties and managing general partner of the Gideon Hixon venture capital fund, has seen first-hand the ups and downs of managing multi-generational wealth and has come through the other side with a clarity of vision that will help keep his family on track for many years to come. Here, in his own words, Frank talks about lessons from history and teaching for the future…
When US businessman Gideon Hixon started his lumber business more than 160 years ago, little did he probably know that his family wealth would grow across two World Wars, face potential ruin on numerous occasions, sustain and challenge six-going-on-seven generations and diversify into exciting and unexpected avenues.
In a new report, private markets experts Titanbay discuss why they believe specialist investors with deep domain knowledge and industry expertise are best placed to support the development of healthcare solutions of the future.
Healthcare is one of the largest and fastest-growing global industries and it has the power to transform living standards. Private equity firms have played an active role in the global healthcare sector for decades and it continues to provide a large and growing opportunity set for investment. The global healthcare market is estimated to expand to $9.9 trillion by 2030 and $14.4 trillion by 2050.