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September 7, 2017

The countdown is on until the release of the world’s most comprehensive piece of family office research.

The countdown is on until the release of the world’s most comprehensive piece of family office research.

On 12 September Campden Wealth, in partnership with UBS, will launch the Global Family Office Report 2017 (GFO)—a study of 262 family offices from across the globe with an average $921 million assets under management.

Campden Wealth chief executive Dominic Samuelson said he was looking forward to the launch of the fourth edition of the GFO.

July 21, 2017

Paths to success, approaches to philanthropy and preparing the next generation are just some of the topics Switzerland’s “leading ladies” will discuss in a new event hosted by Campden Wealth.

Paths to success, approaches to philanthropy and preparing the next generation are just some of the topics Switzerland’s “leading ladies” will discuss in a new event hosted by Campden Wealth.

June 1, 2017

Family office executives say skills and resource gaps are the major challenges facing those who choose to invest directly, according to new research.

Family office executives say skills and resource gaps are the major challenges facing those who choose to invest directly, according to new research.

April 13, 2017

Wealthy North American Millennials are deal-hungry with more than a quarter (26%) involved in more than 20 deals in the past five years, with many relying on family or family offices for advice, new research suggests.

Wealthy North American Millennials are deal-hungry with more than a quarter (26%) involved in more than 20 deals in the past five years, with many relying on family or family offices for advice, new research suggests.

Coming of age: The investment behaviours of ultra-high net worth Millennials in North America found two out of three respondents (65%) had played a role in more than five deals since 2012.

April 12, 2017

New research has discovered the 50 fastest expanding family businesses in the world have grown the hard way­­–“organically”–in the face of tough conditions in many large economies.

New research has discovered the 50 fastest expanding family businesses in the world have grown the hard way­­–“organically”–in the face of tough conditions in many large economies.

April 7, 2017

Wealthy North American Millennials intend to make “significant changes” to the way family investments are managed once they assume control, notably increasing ‘risk on’ allocations to values-based and illiquid investments, new research suggests.

Wealthy North American Millennials intend to make “significant changes” to the way family investments are managed once they assume control, notably increasing ‘risk on’ allocations to values-based and illiquid investments, new research suggests.

Coming of age: The investment behaviours of ultra-high net worth Millennials in North America found only one-fifth (21%) are fully satisfied with the current objectives and guidelines of their families’ portfolios, despite 65% having a say in their family’s allocations.

April 6, 2017

Global family business leaders consider the sharing of values to be just as important as the terms, cost and value of the deal when selecting their funding partners, says new research.

Global family business leaders consider the sharing of values to be just as important as the terms, cost and value of the deal when selecting their funding partners, says new research.

Matching values and objectives was key to a significant 68% of international family business executives interviewed for Family Business: Financing For Growth Report 2017, by Campden Wealth in partnership with global investment firm KKR.

March 22, 2017

A quarter of British family businesses feel vulnerable to digital disruption but just over half have ever discussed the threat from cyber criminals in the board room, says PwC research.

A quarter of British family businesses feel vulnerable to digital disruption but just over half have ever discussed the threat from cyber criminals in the board room, says PwC research.

Digital apathy was greater in the global private sector than the global public sector, with 68% of private company chief executives concerned about the speed of technological change compared to a greater 74% of global public companies. A lowly 41% of private company chief executives were not concerned about cyber threats compared to 65% of global public companies.

March 15, 2017

European and North American ultra-wealthy family businesses will increasingly turn to financing from private investors and private equity as traditional funding from banks and family members is expected to dry up, according to new research by Campden Wealth.

European and North American ultra-wealthy family businesses will increasingly turn to financing from private investors and private equity as traditional funding from banks and family members is expected to dry up, according to new research by Campden Wealth.

But almost half of the worldwide family businesses surveyed admitted they do not know enough about the “non-traditional” sources of capital available, leading to calls for capital providers to step up their education of family business leaders and realise their growth ambitions.

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