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December 2, 2009

Post-liquidity families who are struggling to come to terms with the physiological effects of money lost as a result of the financial crisis could find help in a new set of Standards, writes Tom Davidow

In a previous article, Surviving Madoff, (Campden FB, Winter 2009), about the devastating consequences to families who were victims of Madoff's ponzi scheme and, more generally, of the world economic crisis, I outlined Elizabeth Kubler-Ross's five stages of grief—denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance—as a way for high net worth families and business-owning families to understand the p

October 26, 2009

The smoke is starting to clear from the ashes of many private wealth management plans. At Campden’s recent Family Investment Workshop in Geneva, Switzerland, family offices said they had lost, on the average, between 17% and 30% of their assets. Some had lost less, others had lost far, far more.

The smoke is starting to clear from the ashes of many private wealth management plans. At Campden's recent Family Investment Workshop in Geneva, Switzerland, family offices said they had lost, on the average, between 17% and 30% of their assets. Some had lost less, others had lost far, far more.

October 26, 2009

Don Trone and Charles Lowenhaupt, founders of a new set of Standards for private wealth holders the world over, explain what they hope to achieve

According to Charles Lowenhaupt, chairman of Lowenhaupt Global Advisors: "The problem with 2008 was not that the markets went down, investors are used to markets going down, the problem was loss of trust. And if you don't trust financial service providers, you have to micromanage them."

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