With vast numbers of baby boomers now on the cusp of retirement, the aged and elderly are set to take up a greater slice of the demographic pie. CampdenFO looks at how family offices can tap into this so-called “silver economy”

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NEWS & ANALYSIS

From impact investing to technology, young investors’ allocation appetite to how they are engaging with advisers everything is changing. Eric Benedict, head of Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management, tells CampdenFO some of the major trends he’s spotting among his clients

From impact investing to technology, young investors’ allocation appetite to how they are engaging with advisers everything is changing. Eric Benedict, head of Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management, tells CampdenFO some of the major trends he’s spotting among his clients

New Zealand’s most successful jewellery chain will fall into the hands of the second generation in November, following a vote at the company’s annual shareholders’ meeting.

Belk department stores sold for $3 billion; Schaeffler posts double-digit revenue increase; and Chinese billionaire Adrian Cheng to build 17 shopping centres

Belk department stores sold for $3 billion; Schaeffler posts double-digit revenue increase; and Chinese billionaire Adrian Cheng to build 17 shopping centres

CampdenFB is carrying out an online survey as part of a special report on financing the family business in FB65.

CampdenFB is carrying out an online survey as part of a special report on financing the family business in FB65.

Features

Bibliophiles are like no other type of collector; often uninterested in the monetary value of their collection, what sets them apart is a quiet dedication and often obsessive passion for a particular type of bookmaking, or subject.

Peer-to-peer lending is coming of age, thanks in part to innovative new technology and healthy returns for lenders, but is the time right for family offices to introduce this fledgling asset class to their portfolios? 

Family Office

China’s growing high-net-worth population is taking an increasing interest in the non-investment services family offices provide, according to experts from Asia Pacific, such as estate and tax planning, as well as education.

The family office of billionaire Stanley Druckenmiller, who famously broke the Bank of England with George Soros in 1992, has made a huge gamble on gold in the second quarter, despite being downbeat on the economy.

The family office of billionaire Stanley Druckenmiller, who famously broke the Bank of England with George Soros in 1992, has made a huge gamble on gold in the second quarter, despite being downbeat on the economy.

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