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December 20, 2018

Seasons greetings from our family to yours, the publishing, research, events and membership teams of Campden Wealth wish you happy holidays and new year.

December 14, 2018

Nominations are now open for the European Families in Business Awards 2019, the most prestigious celebration of excellence among business families of wealth across the continent.

Nominations are now open for the European Families in Business Awards 2019, the most prestigious celebration of excellence among business families of wealth across the continent.

April 27, 2018

On behalf of Campden Wealth, I am delighted to present to you Capital Hub in CampdenFB, a new and exciting opportunity to promote your financial services expertise to the global ultra-wealthy and mutigenerational family business community.

On behalf of Campden Wealth, I am delighted to present to you Capital Hub in CampdenFB, a new and exciting opportunity to promote your financial services expertise to the global ultra-wealthy and mutigenerational family business community.

We have an opportunity for one firm in your jurisdiction to contribute updates on the key issues impacting our members and their assets.

Benefits include:

October 4, 2016

Point72 Asset Management, the family office of infamous American hedge fund investor Steve Cohen, is expanding its graduate training programme to include 15 new international students from Asia and Europe.

Point72 Asset Management, the family office of infamous American hedge fund investor Steve Cohen, is expanding its graduate training programme to include 15 new international students from Asia and Europe.

Entitled Point72 Academy Program, the 12-month training course teaches recent college graduates to master the financial analysis and research skills needed for investment recommendations.

August 12, 2016

Campden Wealth is urging the world’s family businesses to celebrate their success in the debut Top 75 Global Challengers study.

Campden Wealth is urging the world’s family businesses to celebrate their success in the debut Top 75 Global Challengers study.

The international family business membership service has opened nominations for dynamic medium-sized family businesses that enjoyed significant growth between 2013 and 2015.

June 24, 2016

Bertelsmann commits to UK after Brexit; Maersk appoint new CEO, may break up company; and Brexit scuppers Tata Steel's efforts to maintain operations in the UK

Bertelsmann commits to UK after Brexit

German media group Bertelsmann says it will remain committed to all its investments in the UK and acknowledges “with regret” the British electorate’s decision to leave the European Union, according to a company statement.

The Gütersloh-headquartered firm, controlled by the Mohn family, said Britain’s exit from the EU raises political and economic uncertainties for the firm, but added that its fourth-largest market would remain very important.

April 20, 2016

Next-generation members of family businesses are increasingly recognising the importance of installing outsiders in senior roles, according to a report.

Next-generation members of family businesses are increasingly recognising the importance of installing outsiders in senior roles, according to a report.

Although nine out of ten next gens have, or expect to have, a governance role themselves in the business, many believe an external hire may be able to contribute more, according to PwC’s Great Expectations: The Next Generation of Family Business Leaders.

April 8, 2016

The scandal over offshore investments is not set to influence the investment decisions of family offices, experts say, although reputational risk is a key consideration.

The Panama Papers revelations are unlikely to influence the decisions that ultra-high net worth (UHNW) families make over their finances, according to a leading specialist.

There are only likely to be “very, very limited” effects on how family offices operate, said Sascha Klamp, managing director and chief investment officer of London-based CITE Investments.

April 1, 2016

Tata Steel considers selling British plants; Lotte founder loses seat on board; and Greybull Capital mulling sale of Monarch Airlines

Tata Steel considers selling British plants

Tata Steel, one of the largest steelmakers in the world, is considering the sale of its entire UK business after heavy losses.

According to a company statement from the family-controlled conglomerate, the increase in Chinese imports, coupled with slow demand, has caused the price of steel in Europe to plunge by half since 2011. 

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