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NASCAR has grown from a band of fast-charging outlaw bootleggers to a $3 billion a year motorsport monolith. David Braham discovers how the third-generation France family business maintains the legacy of pioneer Big Bill France while driving innovation, technology, and philanthropy

NASCAR has grown from a band of fast-charging outlaw bootleggers to a $3 billion a year motorsport monolith. David Braham discovers how the third-generation France family business maintains the legacy of pioneer Big Bill France while driving innovation, technology, and philanthropy

Marketplace lending is a new form of credit intermediation that has generated a lot of media buzz, so how can it fit into a family office portfolio?

Marketplace lending is a new form of credit intermediation that has generated a lot of media buzz, so how can it fit into a family office portfolio?

Rebecca Constable, private banking director and head of philanthropy at Kleinwort Hambros, discusses how a new partnership with Global Philanthropic is benefiting ultra-wealthy clients, the rise of impact investing and where, why and how clients are engaging in charitable giving.

Kleinwort Hambros, the UK wealth management arm of Societe Generale Private Banking, has experienced a 25% increase over the last five years in the number of clients who are actively engaging with the firm in connection with philanthropy.

The root of family-owned advantage comes from many sources, such as a mutual loyalty with employees and a mission that matters. But a big factor is independence from equity markets and therefore intense earnings scrutiny. This allows management for the long term

The root of family-owned advantage comes from many sources, such as a mutual loyalty with employees and a mission that matters. But a big factor is independence from equity markets and therefore intense earnings scrutiny. This allows management for the long term.

The Institute for Private Investors (IPI) has given wealthy families a place to exchange the best ideas (and often the worst experiences) about managing wealth since 1992. Ahead of its 25th anniversary on 22 May, IPI’s Zaki Abushal speaks to long-term members about how it’s helped them

The Institute for Private Investors (IPI) has given wealthy families a place to exchange the best ideas (and often the worst experiences) about managing wealth since 1992. Ahead of its 25th anniversary on 22 May, IPI’s Zaki Abushal speaks to long-term members about how it’s helped them

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