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January 31, 2017

There is an old saying in creative industries: it takes a lot of effort to make something look effortless. The same can be said of the Global Family Office Report, which takes 12-months to put together. Michael Finnigan talks to the team behind the industry-leading report

There is an old saying in creative industries: it takes a lot of effort to make something look effortless. The same can be said of the Global Family Office Report, which takes 12-months to put together. Michael Finnigan talks to the team behind the industry-leading report.

January 23, 2017

The Global Family Office Report stops short of offering advice—instead the reader must interpret its objective data. In this concluding article, research director Stuart Rutherford and UBS family office head Philip Higson share their personal views on the future focus for family offices

The Global Family Office Report stops short of offering advice—instead the reader must interpret its objective data. In this concluding article, research director Stuart Rutherford and UBS family office head Philip Higson share their personal views on the future focus for family offices

January 4, 2017

Overturning the industry’s reputation for secrecy, the third Global Family Office Report provides unprecedented data on everything from sliding hedge fund allocations to cyber-attacks. Michael Finnigan introduces the pioneering piece of research

Overturning the industry’s reputation for secrecy, the third Global Family Office Report provides unprecedented data on everything from sliding hedge fund allocations to cyber-attacks. Michael Finnigan introduces the pioneering piece of research.

October 26, 2016

Understanding the science behind their success is hugely important for the family business community. One of the things we will be investigating in the Top 75 Global Challengers study are the factors that drive business growth. 

What is it that makes a business successful? Do family enterprises do better in certain sectors? And is investing in research and development more of a deciding factor in growth than launching a mergers and acquisitions spree? Answers to these questions can turn family businesses from corner shops into conglomerate, which is why the Campden Research team is testing some of these ideas in the Top 75 Global Challengers study – a fascinating new ranking and analysis of the fastest-growing family businesses around the world.

September 16, 2016

A remarkable 62% of family offices are now active or expect to be active in impact investing, the new Global Family Office Report by Campden Wealth in partnership with UBS reveals.

A remarkable 62% of family offices are now active or expect to be active in impact investing, the new Global Family Office Report by Campden Wealth in partnership with UBS reveals.

Even the 30% of family office principals surveyed who were not active now said this was likely to change in the future.

The study found Millennials were a key catalyst with two-thirds of participants agreeing families with children born after 1980 will see an increase in requests to participate in impact investing.

November 27, 2015

Low interest rates and lacklustre returns in equities helped the hedge fund asset category gain the largest growth in allocations this year, but a diverse investment strategy from external managers meant that returns were a mixed bag.

The multi-year trend of family offices taking on more risk continued in 2015, triggering a two percentage point increase in allocations to hedge funds, according to the second annual Global Family Office Report.

Data revealed that the average family office portfolio allocated approximately 9% to hedge funds in 2015, up from 7% the year before, making it the fastest growing asset class for the year.

September 24, 2015

The majority of family offices pay higher salaries to senior executives from outside of the family in a bid to recruit and retain talent, according to a new report from Campden Wealth and UBS.

The majority of family offices pay higher salaries to senior executives from outside of the family in a bid to recruit and retain talent, according to a new report from Campden Wealth and UBS.

Non-family CEOs on average receive a base salary of $338,000, while family CEOs receive a salary of $302,000, according to the Global Family Office Report 2015, which was released this week.

September 22, 2015

Family offices are taking on more risk in 2015, continuing a multi-year trend that is likely to stoke debate over ultra-high net worth investment intentions, according to the second global family office report.

Family offices are taking on more risk in 2015, continuing a multi-year trend that is likely to stoke debate over ultra-high net worth investment intentions, according to the second global family office report.

Released today, the Global Family Office Report 2015 found that family offices are taking on more risk by reducing their holdings of cash, increasing their allocation in equities, and by investing in hedge funds.

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