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May 31, 2019

The $190 billion merger between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and Renault signals the emergence of family principal John Elkann as a major player as the world’s car industry develops connectivity, electric powered vehicles and autonomous driving.

The $190 billion merger between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and Renault signals the emergence of family principal John Elkann as a major player as the world’s car industry develops connectivity, electric powered vehicles and autonomous driving.

The merger also shows how a dynastic family business can make bold strategic decisions to ensure its sustainability in an era of technological disruption.

February 2, 2018

The families behind Mars, LL Bean, and Lockton are just some of the speakers which attendees at Campden Wealth’s 11th Americas Families in Business Conference can look forward to.

The families behind Mars, LL Bean, and Lockton are just some of the speakers which attendees at Campden Wealth’s 11th Americas Families in Business Conference can look forward to.

This private event on 6 and 7 March will explore the impact that blended families, disruptive technologies, and political instability are having on the family business landscape—and how families can innovate and adapt during times of rapid change.

August 2, 2016

Founded in 1945, Techint has grown to become the world’s largest manufacturer of seamless steel tubes, mainly for the oil industry. The Buenos Aires-headquartered firm is currently the largest steelmaker in Latin America.

Founded in 1945, Techint Group has grown to become the world’s largest manufacturer of seamless steel tubes, mainly for the oil industry. The Buenos Aires-headquartered firm is currently the largest steelmaker in Latin America.

 

 

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July 7, 2016

As Risk and Return in Latin America is published, John Moore, chairman of Morgan Stanley’s Latin American business, highlights the factors that can influence how families manage their wealth

As Risk and Return in Latin America is published, John Moore, chairman of Morgan Stanley’s Latin American business, highlights the factors that can influence how families manage their wealth

CampdenFB (FB):What can Latin American families gain from opening a family office?

July 1, 2016

Latin America is “dragging down” growth in the world’s population of the super-wealthy but Asia Pacific is tipped to push global wealth over the $100 trillion mark.

Latin America is “dragging down” growth in the world’s population of the super-wealthy but Asia Pacific is tipped to push global wealth over the $100 trillion mark.

Ultra-high net worth individual (UHNWI) wealth traditionally drove high net worth individual (HNWI) wealth each year however, the usual boost did not materialise in 2015, according to new World Wealth Report by Capgemini.

March 13, 2015

Families seeking access to quality deal flow for co- and direct investments can now access a new fund structure aimed at improving the calibre of deals seen by family offices.

Families seeking access to quality deal flow for co- and direct investments can now access a new fund structure aimed at improving the calibre of deals seen by family offices.

Advisory firm Alberleen Group has developed an investment vehicle designed to meet the needs of family offices and lets private investors co-invest in the proprietary deal flow seen by the firm’s cooperative of investment banking teams.

November 11, 2013

The fourth-gen head of an Argentinian renewable energy company has extolled the virtues of investing in wind power in Brazil at a forum in London this month.

The fourth-gen head of an Argentinian renewable energy company has extolled the virtues of investing in wind power in Brazil at a forum in London this month.

Luis Pescarmona, chief executive of century-old family business Impsa, said there were many opportunities along the supply chain in Brazil’s wind sector, including logistics, machining and large castings.

July 3, 2012

Western family offices are just beginning to uncover the investment potential in Latin America. Their challenge is to track down local families and fund managers with whom to partner.

It’s accepted investment wisdom that Latin American economies offer spectacular returns for investors. The region’s economies are expected to continue to soar while Europe and North America bump along the bottom, printing more money just to survive. So is Latin America El Dorado for family offices?

September 22, 2010

In the 1980s Japanese companies, buoyed by huge piles of cash and the strongest domestic economy in the world, bought a host of assets in the US and Europe.

In the 1980s Japanese companies, buoyed by huge piles of cash and the strongest domestic economy in the world, bought a host of assets in the US and Europe.
 
One of the most memorable acquisitions was the purchase of the Rockefeller Centre in New York City in 1989 by a Japanese real estate company. At the time, the purchase was seen at just how much the centre of economic power had shifted away from the US towards Japan and Asia.
 

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