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October 11, 2017

The more involved family owners are in the daily running of their business, the greater the interest from investors, according to a debut Swiss study of financial performance of family-owned firms.

The more involved family owners are in the daily running of their business, the greater the interest from investors, according to a debut Swiss study of financial performance of family-owned firms.

However, the ownership stake held by the founder or his/her family did not appear to correlate with stronger outperformance, and succession risk may be “overstated”.

November 8, 2016

Switzerland is one of the most stable economies in the world.  Analysts say the Swiss economy is set to expand in 2017 and is currently fairly valued. Tanzeel Akhtar reports

Switzerland is one of the most stable economies in the world.  Analysts say the Swiss economy is set to expand in 2017 and is currently fairly valued. Tanzeel Akhtar reports

The country is known for its neutral political stance, growth economy, strong currency, and low unemployment rate. Not forgetting its highly competitive tax regime. Is Switzerland embarking on another boom phase?

May 20, 2016

Family offices and high net worth individuals continue to be among the leading investors in impact investments, despite increasing interest from mainstream financial institutions, according to a new report.

Family offices and high net worth individuals continue to be among the leading investors in impact investments, despite increasing interest from mainstream financial institutions, according to a new report.

Released by the Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) and JP Morgan, the sixth annual Impact Investor Surveyfound that wealthy individuals and families accounted for 11% of total capital raised by fund managers.

August 26, 2015

CampdenFB is carrying out an online survey as part of a special report on financing the family business in FB65.

Finance is crucial to help build successful family businesses, and although increasing numbers are looking to non-bank channels, traditional banks remain a key source of funding.

May 26, 2015

While a good reputation can bolster consumer loyalty and even increase sales, one slip up in the public eye can set a family name back generations. A new report by Campden Wealth and Credit Suisse looks at the increasing importance of reputation management in Asia

When Korea Air vice president Cho Hyun-ah delayed a flight on her family’s airline last year after becoming enraged by a flight attendant who served her nuts in a bag rather than on a plate, the public fallout was immediate. Twitter hashtags were created and newspaper editorials criticised her entitlement. Within a month the 40-year-old had resigned from all her positions within the family holding company Hanjin Group and is facing criminal charges, while her family’s airline is looking at a $2 million fine and possible flight bans.

February 13, 2014

As private banks increasingly court the lucrative family office market, a peer-reviewed survey has ranked UBS the top provider for the lucrative customer segment.

As private banks increasingly court the lucrative family office market, a peer-reviewed survey has ranked UBS the top provider for the lucrative customer segment.

The Euromoney Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey placed UBS’s Swiss-rival Credit Suisse second, while JPMorgan, Pictet and HSBC rounded off the list.

May 30, 2013

Swiss banks are coming to terms with a world with less banking secrecy. But are they adapting fast enough to a public that wants more transparency?

It’s hard to know what makes a bank safe from collapse these days. The financial crisis a few years back turned everything on its head. But there are things a bank can do – you would hope – that can help stave off collapse.

October 10, 2012

The number of millionaires globally is set to increase by 18 million to 46 million in 2017, despite big falls in wealth over the last year. 

The number of millionaires globally is set to increase by 18 million to 46 million in 2017, despite big falls in wealth over the last year.

That’s according to research by Credit Suisse, which said Europe lost almost $10.9 trillion (€8.4 trillion) in household assets in the year to June while Asia-Pacific shed about $1.4 trillion, as economic uncertainty continued to take its toll.

September 13, 2012

Family businesses are outperforming non-family companies, with many achieving strong growth in the last year as most firms struggle to generate revenue, according to research from Credit Suisse and Ernst & Young.

Family businesses are outperforming non-family companies, with many achieving strong growth in the last year as most firms struggle to generate revenue, according to research from Credit Suisse and Ernst & Young.

The study found that 60% of family businesses surveyed saw revenue growth of at least 5% in the last year. Family firms were also more likely to outperform public companies largely because of their focus on long-term investment, according to the research.

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