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April 5, 2012

The Rothschild banking dynasty is to consolidate its French and British operations in a bid to ensure long-term family control.

The Rothschild banking dynasty is to consolidate its French and British operations in a bid to ensure long-term family control.

In a statement, Paris Orleans, the holding company of the Rothschild Group, said the shareholdings of the French and English sides of the family will be merged together into a single company, listed in Paris.

The move will “foster increased operational efficiency”, as well as help it to meet stricter regulatory requirements.

August 23, 2011

Family-owned financial adviser Rothschild is to take over Elgin Capital, in a move that will significantly increase the group’s leveraged buyout loans.

Family-owned financial adviser Rothschild is to take over Elgin Capital, in a move that will significantly increase the group’s leveraged buyout loans.

A spokesman for Rothschild confirmed the plans but refused to provide a timeline for the completion of the deal. He told CampdenFO that the acquisition will triple Rothschild’s leveraged loans under management, which will help the business take advantage of the associated higher returns.

March 17, 2010

Over lunch yesterday after an exclusive tour of the Rothschild family archive, Baron Eric de Rothschild, sixth-generation chairman of Rothschild Private Banking & Trust, admitted he does not like the word dynasty, writes Marc Smith

Over lunch yesterday, Baron Eric de Rothschild, sixth-generation chairman of Rothschild Private Banking & Trust, admitted he does not like the word dynasty, writes Marc Smith.

This is a surprising revelation since I had just spent the best part of two hours being shown around the Rothschild archive at their London headquarters, which details over 200 years of his family's history.

February 17, 2010

Rothschild might have broken with tradition by appointing a non-family CEO for the first time in its history, but the new chief has several factors in his favour as he takes the helm of one of the world’s leading investment banks, writes Paul Golden

Few businesses can hold a candle to Rothschild when it comes to keeping it in the family, writes Paul Golden.

Since the five sons of Mayer Amschel Rothschild started to build their businesses in Frankfurt, London, Paris, Vienna and Naples, successive generations have contributed to a business that has become as synonymous with family as almost any other.

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