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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: 

November 26, 2014

Investor confidence is driving more European family offices to buy into illiquid investments, according to an executive at one of Europe’s largest multi family offices.

Investor confidence is driving more European family offices to buy into illiquid investments, according to an executive at one of Europe’s largest multi family offices.

October 1, 2012

Campden Wealth, in association with the Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, is launching the first Middle East* Philanthropy Awards, which will honour the individuals, foundations and initiatives that have made outstanding contributions in their respective fields.

Campden Wealth, in association with the Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, is launching the first Middle East* Philanthropy Awards, which will honour the individuals, foundations and initiatives that have made outstanding contributions in their respective fields.
 
The awards will be held on December 9th in a special gala dinner in Abu Dhabi and will include four categories – Philanthropist of the Year; Young Philanthropist of the Year; Foundation of the Year; and Life-Time Achievement Award.
 

July 24, 2012

A new wealth app, which brings together news and commentary from CampdenFB, FO and NXG magazines, as well as information on research and upcoming conferences, has been launched by Campden.

A new wealth app, which brings together news and commentary from CampdenFB, FO and NXG magazines, as well as information on research and upcoming conferences, has been launched by Campden.

Available through the App Store and Google Play, the free-to-download app is “indispensable for wealth owners”, reckons David Bain, editorial director of Campden Wealth.

May 11, 2012

More than $25 trillion (€19.32 trillion) is expected to pass from one ultra-high net worth generation to the next by 2050, but issues over giving up control and empowerment are affecting decisions about wealth transfer.

More than $25 trillion (€19.32 trillion) is expected to pass from one ultra-high net worth generation to the next by 2050, but issues over giving up control and empowerment are affecting decisions about wealth transfer.

That’s one of the findings of new research conducted by Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management and Campden Wealth. Entitled Next-Generation Wealth: The New Face of Affluence, the study of more than 50 very wealthy families in North America suggests there are control issues affecting wealth transfer to next-gens.

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