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February 15, 2019

Multi-generational missions in philanthropy are in the fabric of many family businesses. Activities tend to be directed either through a family foundation, directly through the business or in association with the family office. A new Campden Research study will look at wealth holder attitudes towards time-limited charitable giving.

Multi-generational missions in philanthropy are in the fabric of many family businesses. Activities tend to be directed either through a family foundation, directly through the business or in association with the family office. A new Campden Research study will look at wealth holder attitudes towards time-limited charitable giving.

January 24, 2018

Families and philanthropy are driving the sharp rise in the number of foundation structures registered in Jersey.

Families and philanthropy are driving the sharp rise in the number of foundation structures registered in Jersey.

August 11, 2017

Lego has ousted its chief executive after eight months, trading him in for a younger toy boy with technology experience, as the company moves to be more competitive in the digitally-focussed play market.

Lego has ousted its chief executive after eight months, trading him in for a younger toy boy with technology experience, as the company moves to be more competitive in the digitally-focussed play market.

February 10, 2017

A new award named in honour of an Institute for Private Investors member aims to be for young philanthropists what the Nobel Prize was for Mother Theresa.

A new award named in honour of an Institute for Private Investors member aims to be for young philanthropists what the Nobel Prize was for Mother Theresa.

The Dennis M Jones Family Foundation and the institute have launched the inaugural Jones Prize in Philanthropy. The prize of a $25,000 grant will be given to a charity that has been aided by the efforts of an individual, under the age of 40, who has demonstrated exceptional work in philanthropy.

December 31, 2014

Family-owned conglomerate Al-Dabbagh Group has launched a 2020 strategy focusing on achieving a 20X20 target across the three core principles of giving, earning and sustaining.

Family-owned conglomerate Al-Dabbagh Group has launched a 2020 strategy focusing on achieving a 20X20 target across the three core principles of giving, earning and sustaining.

October 9, 2013

A top athlete’s name, money and drive can be an incredible boost for a charity, but does a career at the pinnacle of sport prepare you for life as a philanthropist? CampdenFB reports

After the final slog towards the Arc de Triomphe on the last leg of the 2005 Tour de France, world famous cyclist Lance Armstrong took to the podium to take the yellow jersey for a record-breaking seventh time.

Over the course of his career “le Boss” had become a household name – his tale made all the more powerful because it was a near miracle that he had ever raced at all. At the age of 25, Armstrong had been diagnosed with advanced testicular cancer, and even after hasty surgery doctors had only given him a 40% chance of survival. But survive he did.

March 14, 2013

Wealthy people in the UK would donate more if charitable organisations could prove their impact more clearly, according to a study by New Philanthropy Capital.

Wealthy people in the UK would donate more if charitable organisations could prove their impact more clearly, according to a study by New Philanthropy Capital.

A report by the research and consultancy group found the wealthy were “less satisfied” with the information available to them to assess a charity’s effectiveness compared to those on lower incomes.

March 13, 2013

There is an increasing desire among wealthy people to give money to charitable causes, but they often find philanthropy isn't straightforward, according to SEI's Jeff Ladouceur.

There is an increasing desire among wealthy people to give money to charitable causes, but they often find philanthropy isn't straightforward, according to SEI's Jeff Ladouceur.

January 19, 2011

Cargill, the world’s largest agricultural commodities trader, will sell its shares in fertiliser company Mosaic, in a move designed to ensure the company remains 100% privately owned.

Cargill, the world's largest agricultural commodities trader, will sell its shares in fertiliser company Mosaic, in a move designed to ensure the company remains 100% privately owned.  

Founded nearly 150 years ago, the Minnesota-based company is still controlled by around 80 members of the Cargill and MacMillan families. The company said in a statement that the Mosaic transaction would help it accomplish the objective of "maintaining its status as a private company".

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