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May 1, 2018

Ghazi Abu Nahl, insurance magnate, philanthropist, and father-of-five, shows few signs of slowing down. Despite turning 72 this year, his schedule sees him in a new city virtually every week. So how did a former refugee, who describes his ideal day as being at home with his wife and children, build a global business empire with more than $5 billion in assets? Alexandra Newlovereports

Ghazi Abu Nahl, insurance magnate, philanthropist, and father-of-five, shows few signs of slowing down. Despite turning 72 this year, his schedule sees him in a new city virtually every week. So how did a former refugee, who describes his ideal day as being at home with his wife and children, build a global business empire with more than $5 billion in assets? Alexandra Newlovereports

April 5, 2018

Chinese investors favour London despite Brexit, SHV profit ‘exceptional’ in difficult year, and Australia’s big baby boom business handover

Chinese investors favour London despite Brexit

Wealthy Chinese families are flocking to London despite Brexit uncertainty, with a 56% increase in Chinese applications for Investor Visas during 2017.

China accounts for just under a third of UK Investor Visa applicants, with London's main drawcards being asset security, commercial property, a weakened pound, excellent private schools, and legal and accountancy expertise, says research from wealth managers LJ Partnership.

January 31, 2018

Your family is in need of some downtime, but with a splash of glamour. So where do you go? And how are our luxury escapes changing? Alison Ebbage speaks to Philippe Brown, founder of bespoke travel planners Brown and Hudson

Your family is in need of some downtime, but with a splash of glamour. So where do you go? And how are our luxury escapes changing? Alison Ebbage speaks to Philippe Brown, founder of bespoke travel planners Brown and Hudson

August 11, 2017

Billionaire faces down tiny fly; Family offices looking to brands, Spanish assets; and Costco founder Jeff Brotman dies suddenly

Billionaire faces down tiny fly

Australia’s richest woman is having her ambitions to export cattle to China foiled by a tiny fly.

Mining billionaire Gina Reinhart wants to ship 300,000 live cattle to China each year, to feed the country’s burgeoning middle class.

June 2, 2017

The best way of making one’s children hold on to one’s fortune is to educate them well so that they can manage their responsibilities. David Turner looks at 10 highly regarded schools

The best way of making one’s children hold on to one’s fortune is to educate them well so that they can manage their responsibilities. David Turner looks at 10 highly regarded schools

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January 12, 2017

Australian philanthropist James Fairfax, who went from chairman of the eponymous media company to one of the country’s greatest art collectors, has passed away at his home in Bowral. He was 83.

Australian philanthropist James Fairfax, who went from chairman of the eponymous media company to one of the country’s greatest art collectors, has passed away at his home in Bowral. He was 83.

The second child of Sir Warwick Oswald Fairfax rose to prominence after he succeeded his father as chairman of John Fairfax & Sons in 1977, and subsequently led the group as it diversified into television, magazines and regional publications.

November 28, 2016

Traditional luxury has its appeal but a growing number of ultra-wealthy want their tourism experience to match their entrepreneurial zeal in some of the most beautiful and unspoilt corners of the world, as Margie Goldsmith reveals

February 12, 2016

Externship programmes, where next gens work for another business or manage a different unit of the family business, are a popular way to train the next generation for the future responsibilities of running the family enterprise. But what should next gens look for in an externship, what are the benefits and is there a danger that they won't return?

Mariella Bottiglieri must have always been destined to enter the shipping industry.

The daughter of fifth-generation Italian shipping magnate Giuseppe Bottiglieri, she was more likely to spend her childhood summers on board a tanker with her father than at the beach building sandcastles. She even has a tanker named after her.

February 27, 2015

Four CampdenFB-EDHEC Scholarship recipients were among the inaugural intake of Europe’s first MBA programme for future family business leaders.

Four CampdenFB-EDHEC Scholarship recipients were among the inaugural intake of Europe’s first MBA programme for future family business leaders.

The EDHEC Family Business Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) 2015 class consists of seven men and two women, the majority of whom come from countries outside of Europe, including Australia, Canada, South Africa and Pakistan.

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