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December 4, 2018

Family offices are being embraced by India’s wealthiest $2 trillion families, but few families have a robust succession plan in place to secure their fortunes.

Family offices are being embraced by India’s wealthiest $2 trillion families, but few families have a robust succession plan in place to secure their fortunes.

The world’s first study on India’s nascent family office space, released by Campden Research today, found more than half (58%) of Indian families surveyed were interested in setting up, or joining, a family office to manage, preserve and grow their wealth. Half (50%) said they were in the process of establishing their own family office.

November 9, 2018

Best practice education, unique networking opportunities and peer-to-peer insights were enjoyed by families and their family offices at the latest Campden European Family Office Conference in London this week.

Best practice education, unique networking opportunities and peer-to-peer insights were enjoyed by families and their family offices at the latest Campden European Family Office Conference in London this week.

Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the continent’s leading family office conference was held for the first time in the historic Royal Society on 6-7 November 2018, and attended by principals, family members and senior executives from 150 true single family offices.

October 4, 2018

The first-ever North American Family Impact Investing Conference hosted by Campden Wealth took San Diego by storm last week—but don’t let the inaugural part fool you. Some of the largest US, Canadian and European families asked the quintessential questions that are helping to shape the growing impact investing landscape.

The first-ever North American Family Impact Investing Conference hosted by Campden Wealth took San Diego by storm last week—but don’t let the inaugural part fool you. Some of the largest US, Canadian and European families asked the quintessential questions that are helping to shape the growing impact investing landscape.

First and foremost, the question on many families’ minds was: “Can you ‘do good’ and make money while doing it?”

April 18, 2018

Western and Middle East family investors should be prepared to engage families in Asia and China as a new generation of globalised next-gens take ownership from their ageing founders in the coming decade.

Western and Middle East family investors should be prepared to engage families in Asia and China as a new generation of globalised next-gens take ownership from their ageing founders in the coming decade.

This was among the insights heard by international family business principals and significant investors when they attended the East Meets West Discovery Seminar, the second annual private event hosted by Campden Wealth in London yesterday.

January 5, 2018

Your chance to pay tribute to the finest leaders and businesses in Europe has arrived with the opening of nominations for the most prestigious family business awards ceremony in the world.

Your chance to tribute the finest leaders and businesses in Europe has arrived with the opening of nominations for the most prestigious family business awards ceremony in the world.

May 19, 2017

The event which celebrates Europe’s greatest family businesses is just one month away, and will see leaders converge on a spectacular Prague castle for two days of learning and celebration.

The event which celebrates Europe’s greatest family businesses is just one month away, and will see leaders converge on a spectacular Prague castle for two days of learning and celebration.

January 1, 2006

Ahead of our Middle East Families in Business conference on ­6th April we ask whether family business in the Middle East must reform if they are to survive in a global economy. Leading business figures in the region think so. By Scott McCulloch

Scott Mcculloch is editor of Families in Business.

Ahead of our Middle East Families in Business conference on ­6th April we ask whether family business in the Middle East must reform if they are to survive in a global economy. Leading business figures in the region think so. By Scott McCulloch

Do private equity investors find family businesses attractive and what are they really looking for?

July 1, 2004

Our 2004 Conference brought together a broad group of speakers including some leading family business owners – from across the UK, Ireland, Switzerland and the Netherlands – to discuss their perspectives on the issue of managing transitions. Here’s my pick of some of the most interesting discussion points that came up.

Grant Gordon is director general of the Institute for Family Business (UK). www.ifb.org.uk

Our 2004 Conference brought together a broad group of speakers including some leading family business owners – from across the UK, Ireland, Switzerland and the Netherlands – to discuss their perspectives on the issue of managing transitions. Here's my pick of some of the most interesting discussion points that came up.

A model for transitions

January 1, 2004

The field of family business studies has begun to address the need for new approaches to preparing the next generation of qualified leaders and capable owners.

Elizabeth Florent-Treacy is research project manager, INSEAD Initiative for Family Enterprise, Fontainebleau France and Singapore. (The contribution of Michael Carlander and the Next Generation Working Group is gratefully acknowledged.)

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