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Valery Senko, Trendvision AI founder, explains how its machine learning-driven research tool enables investors and analysts to harvest global thematic trends in equities and provides solutions for new long term equity allocation decisions

Valery Senko, Trendvision AI founder, explains how its machine learning-driven research tool enables investors and analysts to harvest global thematic trends in equities and provides solutions for new long term equity allocation decisions

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In the countdown to the coveted CampdenFB European Families in Business Awards, Vincent Lecomte and Sofia Merlo, co-chief executives of new partner BNP Paribas Wealth Management, discuss the trends they are seeing in Europe’s family business community and give their advice for sustainable success.

In the countdown to the coveted CampdenFB European Families in Business Awards, Vincent Lecomte and Sofia Merlo, co-chief executives of new partner BNP Paribas Wealth Management, discuss the trends they are seeing in Europe’s family business community and give their advice for sustainable success.

Mexican tequila tycoon transfers wealth to daughter, US cable billionaire buy Italy’s Fiorentina Football Club and Indian tech chairman Azim Premji passes baton to son

Mexican tequila tycoon transfers wealth to daughter, US cable billionaire buy Italy’s Fiorentina Football Club and Indian tech chairman Azim Premji passes baton to son.

Sustainability, growth and jobs are at stake when the issue of UK family businesses and inheritance tax flares up, say sector experts.

Sustainability, growth and jobs are at stake when the issue of UK family businesses and inheritance tax flares up, say sector experts.

Bollinger family buys into UK wine merchant, Springer family and KKR consider bid to take Axel Springer private, and James Packer sells half his stake in Crown to Hong Kong's Melco

Bollinger family buys into UK wine merchant, Springer family and KKR consider bid to take Axel Springer private, and James Packer sells half his stake in Crown to Hong Kong's Melco.

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As operating environments become increasingly competitive and complex, the family office of the future will need to become savvier about their investment strategies while tackling challenges such as cybersecurity and succession, experts say. The ones that do not risk sleepwalking into disaster.

As operating environments become increasingly competitive and complex, the family office of the future will need to become savvier about their investment strategies while tackling challenges such as cybersecurity and succession, experts say. The ones that do not risk sleepwalking into disaster.

Family offices are standing on the precipice of a multi-trillion dollar transfer of wealth between generations, yet succession planning among family offices is moving at a glacial pace. What are the barriers to planning? And what should families be doing now?

Family offices are standing on the precipice of a multi-trillion dollar transfer of wealth between generations, yet succession planning among family offices is moving at a glacial pace. What are the barriers to planning? And what should families be doing now?

Family Office

While the sleepy-volatility regime of 2017 may have lulled some investors into believing financial markets only go up, the abrupt return of volatility in 2018 has been a wake-up call, reminding people that capital appreciation is never risk free. In a choppy environment, we believe it is essential to tune out the noise and focus on a long-term asset allocation strategy. In this paper, we share our asset allocation framework for family office investors and identify where we are finding return opportunities.

How can family office investors identify real growth opportunities in times of increased economic volatility? Multi-Asset Strategist Cara Lafond outlines how to tune out the noise to focus on long-term asset allocation.

As operating environments become increasingly competitive and complex, the family office of the future will need to become savvier about their investment strategies while tackling challenges such as cybersecurity and succession, experts say. The ones that do not risk sleepwalking into disaster.

As operating environments become increasingly competitive and complex, the family office of the future will need to become savvier about their investment strategies while tackling challenges such as cybersecurity and succession, experts say. The ones that do not risk sleepwalking into disaster.

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