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Name nearly any famously wealthy European industrialist, Russian oligarch, or movie star and the chances are they either have or have had a villa somewhere in the beautiful South of France. Campden looks at some of the hot properties in South France in an interactive graphic.

Ever since European royalty started holidaying and building villas in Cap Ferret, Cannes and St Tropez in the 19th century, the South of France has been the preferred Mediterranean second home destination for the super rich. Campden takes a look at some of the hot properties in South France in an interactive graphic. 

In the days before air travel and telecommunications shrank the planet, members of wealthy families used to live within close range both of each other and the source of their wealth. It was therefore the residence of the patriarch or other key family members that determined the location of the family office.

In the days before air travel and telecommunications shrank the planet, members of wealthy families used to live within close range both of each other and the source of their wealth. It was therefore the residence of the patriarch or other key family members that determined the location of the family office. Today, the opposite holds true. 

Top properties in the best areas of London are likely to reach £10,000 a square foot within the next few years, according to Knight Frank, the high-end UK property agent.

Top properties in the best areas of London are likely to reach £10,000 a square foot within the next few years, according to Knight Frank, the high-end UK property agent.

Construction might not be an area a family business would want to be in during a credit crisis – after all didn’t the crisis start with a collapse in the US property market? Katie Barker takes a look at how family businesses in the sector are coping

Privately owned property company Grosvenor, has appointed Jeffrey Weingarten as the new chief executive of Grosvenor Fund Management, succeeding outgoing Stuart Beevor.

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