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Hennes & Mauritz

October 21, 2019

CampdenFB celebrates in October the Top 75 leading lights in the family business and family office space over its 75 issues.

Last week we profiled the key ones-to-watch in the Emerging Markets of the world. We turned our attention to the inspirational figures in Asia-Pacific in the week before and the major players in the Americas at the start of this series. This week, for the fourth and final section, we focus on arguably the heart of the global community of multigenerational family businesses of wealth—Europe.

CampdenFB celebrates in October the Top 75 leading lights in the family business and family office space over its 75 issues. Last week we profiled the key ones-to-watch in the Emerging Markets of the world. We turned our attention to the inspirational figures in Asia-Pacific in the week before and the major players in the Americas at the start of this series. This week, for the fourth and final section, we focus on arguably the heart of the global community of multigenerational family businesses of wealth—Europe. 

April 17, 2012

Family-owned machinery giant JCB has reported its best ever annual results, while a number of family businesses in Europe and Asia have seen their revenues increase in the first months of 2012.

Family-owned machinery giant JCB has reported its best ever annual results, while a number of family businesses in Europe and Asia have seen their revenues increase in the first months of 2012.

JCB, the British construction equipment manufacturer controlled by the Bamford family, said on 17 April that revenues jumped 37% in 2011 to £2.75 billion (€3.34 billion), from £2 billion in 2010. This was the company’s strongest result in its 66-year history.

March 29, 2012

Hennes & Mauritz, the fashion retailer controlled by the Persson family, posted strong quarterly results this week, while three other European family businesses saw their annual profits drop.

Hennes & Mauritz, the fashion retailer controlled by the Persson family, posted strong quarterly results this week, while three other European family businesses saw their annual profits drop.

Sales at H&M were up 13.6% to SEK27.83 billion (€3.14 billion) in the three months to the end of February 2012, from SEK24.5 billion during the same period last year, the company said on 29 March.

March 15, 2012

Family businesses such as Power Corporation of Canada, Hennes & Mauritz and Zodiac have not just had a good 2011 but also a positive beginning to 2012.

Family businesses such as Power Corporation of Canada, Hennes & Mauritz and Zodiac have not just had a good 2011 but also a positive beginning to 2012.

Montreal-based Power Corporation of Canada, the financial services and communication company controlled by the Desmarais family, said revenues for fiscal 2011 rose to CAD$32.9 billion (€25.3 billion), up from CAD$32.8 billion the year before.

September 29, 2011

Hennes & Mauritz, the Swedish fashion chain controlled by the Persson family, has reported an 18% drop in third-quarter net profit, as global economic conditions hit the fast-fashion retailer.

Hennes & Mauritz, the Swedish fashion chain controlled by the Persson family, has reported an 18% drop in third-quarter net profit, as global economic conditions hit the fast-fashion retailer.

Although sales remained similar – SEK 26.91 billion (€2.9 billion) in 2011 compared to SEK 26.89 billion in 2010 – during the quarter, profits dropped to SEK 3.59 billion from 2010’s third-quarter figure of SEK 4.85 billion.

August 16, 2011

Sales at Swedish family-run business H&M are not growing as strongly as forecasted, leaving managing director Karl-Johan Persson under increased pressure. 

Sales at Swedish family-run business H&M are not growing as strongly as forecasted, leaving managing director Karl-Johan Persson under increased pressure.

Last month, sales at H&M rose just 3% compared to July 2010 - a significant change on the company’s predicted growth of 4.7%. Comparable units sales also took a knocking, decreasing by 6%. Comparable units comprise the stores, online shops and catalogue sales in countries that have been in operation for at least a financial year.

May 4, 2011

In a major new survey, Campden FB has compiled a list of the top 50 family business leaders in the world.

In a major new survey, Campden FB has compiled a list of the top 50 family business leaders in the world.

With the aid of four senior family experts from the world's leading business schools - Randal Carlock from INSEAD; Joachim Schwass from IMD; Kavil Ramachandran from Indian School of Business; and John Ward from Kellogg School of Management – Campden has sifted through loads of data to compile the final list. The top five places went to John Elkann, Azim Premji, Güler Sabanci, Guido Barilla and Ratan Tata.

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