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March 21, 2018

A record 117 families from around the world shared their personal experiences of succession planning at the latest Campden Wealth Americas Families in Business Conference in Miami.

A record 117 families from around the world shared their personal experiences of succession planning at the latest Campden Wealth Americas Families in Business Conference in Miami.

Family businesses principals and next gens of substantial wealth were welcomed from the United States and Canada in addition to strong representations from Latin America, specifically Peru, Ecuador and Venezuela. Families from India and China were also made to feel at home at the Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove on 6-7 March.

August 18, 2017

The burgeoning number of young investors looking to create positive impact along with profits are being encouraged to “do their homework” as so-called “impact investing” becomes more mainstream.

The burgeoning number of young investors looking to create positive impact along with profits are being encouraged to “do their homework” as so-called “impact investing” becomes more mainstream.

New research by Morgan Stanley’s Institute for Sustainable Investing shows millennials are driving the $9 trillion sustainable investment market, and are twice as likely as other investors to put money into companies and funds targeting social or environmental goals.

June 15, 2017

What will it take to make socially and environmentally responsible investment the “new normal”? The answer may lie with the next generation, a conference in London heard this week.

What will it take to make socially and environmentally responsible investment the “new normal”? The answer may lie with the next generation, a conference in London heard this week.

The influence high net worth Millennials exert on their parents when it comes to impact investing was a theme that came up again and again at The Economist’s Impact Investing Europe conference in London today.

April 7, 2016

Morgan Stanley and Campden Wealth research on ultra-high-net-worth families in North America highlights the benefits of formal procedures when deciding on investments

Relationships within families can be strengthened by wealth decision-making, especially when formal procedures are in place, research suggests. 

The newly released study by Campden Wealth and Morgan Stanley, Family Decision-Making, found that 44% of members of ultra-high net worth (UHNW) families thought that decision-making had a positive effect on family relationships, while just 19% suggested it had a negative effect.

March 31, 2016

The switch to a ‘risk-off’ investment philosophy by ultra-high net worth families and investors is continuing a preservation trend that began last year in Asia and the emerging markets.

The switch to a ‘risk-off’ investment philosophy by ultra-high net worth families and investors is continuing a preservation trend that began last year in Asia and the emerging markets.

Preservation of capital has emerged as a key issue, even for Asian clients, according to Christophe Donay, chief strategist at Pictet Wealth Management, and supports earlier findings by Campden Research.

March 14, 2016

CampdenFB and CampdenFO is to increase its focus on Indian family businesses and family wealth issues following a tie-up between its publisher, Campden Wealth, and the Patni family.

CampdenFB and CampdenFO is to increase its focus on Indian family businesses and family wealth issues following a tie-up between its publisher, Campden Wealth, and the Patni family.

Campden Wealth has completed a joint venture with Amit and Arihant Patni, the sons of Gajendra Patni - co-founder of Patni Computer Systems, to launch Campden Family Connect (CFC) in India.

The joint venture will result in more Indian-focused family business and family wealth stories online and in print.

March 4, 2016

Calling it the end of a two-decade bear market is perhaps a step too far. But analysts remain almost universally bullish on prospects for Japanese equities in 2016 even after the country was among the best performing markets in 2015.

Calling it the end of a two-decade bear market is perhaps a step too far.

But analysts remain almost universally bullish on prospects for Japanese equities in 2016 even after the country was among the best performing markets in 2015.

After decades of risk aversion, an improvement in the economy is leading companies to start addressing the chronically low returns on equity their investors have endured for years.

January 29, 2016

Third-gen Takata CEO and chairman forced to deny he is stepping down; Swedish family business H&M sees drop in gross profit margins; and James Murdoch returns as UK Sky chairman

Third-gen Takata CEO and chairman forced to deny he is stepping down

The third-generation CEO and chairman of Japanese family business Takata has had to confirm via the company that he will not be stepping down from the helm of the company in the midst of a product recall scandal.

The airbag maker is currently responsible for the largest auto recall in history, totaling 18 million vehicles since 2013 and attributed to at least 10 deaths. 

January 7, 2015

Campden Wealth is excited to announce that nominations have opened for its European Families in Business Awards 2015. 

Campden Wealth is pleased to announce that nominations have opened for its European Families in Business Awards 2015. 

The fourth annual award ceremony, held in association with Societe Generale Private Banking, is due to take place in Rome on 23 June. The gala event will celebrate family businesses and their leaders that display the best virtues for successful enterprises: stability, longevity and sustainability.

The six categories this year, including a new award Top Next Generation Entrepreneur, are: 

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