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July 10, 2014

Family office professionals are too focused on old money, despite the growth of entrepreneurial wealth, an industry professional says, as a new report reveals the world’s most entrepreneurial countries.

Family office professionals are too focused on old money, despite the growth of entrepreneurial wealth, an industry professional says, as a new report reveals the world’s most entrepreneurial countries.

The Global Entrepreneurial Report, by London-based multi family office Oracle Capital, ranked India the most entrepreneurial country in the world, followed by Turkey and the US.

April 15, 2014

Entrepreneurial families in the UK generated approximately £540 billion (€654 billion) in revenues in 2013, adding £180 billion in gross value to the economy, and this figure is set to keep on rising, according to recent research.

Entrepreneurial families in the UK generated approximately £540 billion (€654 billion) in revenues in 2013, adding £180 billion in gross value to the economy, and this figure is set to keep on rising, according to recent research.

In the report Family affair: Spotlight on UK family SMEs, UK-based bank Barclays found there were 2.42 million first-generation, family-controlled small to medium-sized firms (SMEs), having climbed back from a low of 2.32 million in 2011 after the financial crisis.

June 17, 2013

Entrepreneurship has superseded inheritance as the main source of wealth creation in developed economies, according to a global survey of high net worth individuals.

Entrepreneurship has superseded inheritance as the main source of wealth creation in developed economies, according to a global survey of high net worth individuals, while in developing economies many entrepreneurs are now dealing with succession and inheritance planning for the first time.

The Barclays survey – Origins and Legacy: The Changing Order of Wealth Creation – found that there has been a big shift in the way the world’s wealthiest are spending and sharing their money due to changing patterns of wealth creation.

June 7, 2010

The crucial role that family business will play in rebuilding the UK economy through innovation and entrepreneurship is debated today in a special report that appears in The Times newspaper.

The crucial role that family business will play in rebuilding the UK economy through innovation and entrepreneurship is debated today in a special report that appears in The Times newspaper.

The 16-page report includes an article by CampdenFB.com editor Marc Smith on passing on the entrepreneurial gene.  Further contributions come from family enterprise professor John Ward, Grant Gordon of the Institute of Family Business and family business advisor Peter Leach.

January 1, 2005

Johan Lambrecht and Diane Arijs are respectively director and scientific researcher of the Research Centre for Entrepreneurship, EHSAL-KU Brussel in Brussels.

"Any fool can make a fortune. It takes a man of brains to hold on to it after it is made."

November 1, 2004

Can experience along the borderland of Mexico and the US bring opportunities for family businesses in Europe to compete in the expanded EU? Frederick Metz Shepperd thinks so

Frederick Metz Shepperd is managing director of the Quadral Group, a consulting firm with offices in Europe and North America.

Can experience along the borderland of Mexico and the US bring opportunities for family businesses in Europe to compete in the expanded EU? Frederick Metz Shepperd thinks so

November 1, 2003

GEEF, as the European representation of owner-managed and family enterprises, welcomes the Commission’s initiative to publish a Green Paper on Entrepreneurship in Europe.

GEEF, as the European representation of owner-managed and family enterprises, welcomes the Commission's initiative to publish a Green Paper on Entrepreneurship in Europe. The companies represented by GEEF are run by one or more entrepreneurial personalities who, with their families, own a significant part of the capital.

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