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March 22, 2019

The only matriarch of a Rothschild company is about to complete a four-year project to bring the dynasty’s billion-dollar private Swiss bank into full family ownership, with ambitions for growth through buy-outs.

The only matriarch of a Rothschild company is about to complete a four-year project to bring the dynasty’s billion-dollar private Swiss bank into full family ownership, with ambitions for growth through buy-outs.

February 22, 2013

Financier Nat Rothschild has failed in his bid to replace the board of Bumi, the ill-fated FTSE 250 coalminer he co-founded in 2010 with Indonesia’s Bakrie family.

Financier Nat Rothschild has failed in his bid to replace the board of Bumi, the ill-fated FTSE 250 coalminer he co-founded in 2010 with Indonesia’s Bakrie family.

On 21 February Rothschild attended Bumi’s extraordinary general meeting in London, arriving with his mother, Lady Serena Rothschild, and leaving with 19 out of 22 of his resolutions rejected by shareholders.

Possibly the most important resolution – Rothschild’s proposed appointment as executive director of the board – was rejected by 63% of investors.

January 18, 2011

Family-controlled investment company Wendel said that it would appeal a €1.5 million fine imposed by the French market regulator AMF, as it attempts to bolster its reputation.

Family-controlled investment company Wendel said that it would appeal a €1.5 million fine imposed by the French market regulator AMF, as it attempts to bolster its reputation.

In a statement on 17 January, the Paris-based company said: "Wendel will appeal this ruling at the Paris Court of Appeal, which will hear in fact and law the evidence and key arguments presented by the group in order to demonstrate that Wendel has complied with the law and the regulations in force at the time."

March 10, 2010

Serious conflict between the founder of one of Spain’s largest private, family-owned companies and his children has caused such instability that it stands on the brink of a listing, writes Rodrigo Amaral

Serious conflict between the founder of one of Spain's largest private, family-owned companies and his children has caused such instability that it stands on the brink of a listing, writes Rodrigo Amaral.

April 7, 2008

The Bank of Scotland has taken a minority equity investment in The Miller Group, the UK’s largest privately-owned property business.

The Bank of Scotland has taken a minority equity investment in The Miller Group, the UK's largest privately-owned property business.

The investment is the most significant financial transaction in the group's 74-year history and is a combination of both equity and debt.

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