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March 7, 2018

How families are powering growth and engaging their next generations to preserve their businesses are just some of the insights Campden researchers are gathering for agenda-setting reports in 2018.

How families are powering growth and engaging their next generations to preserve their businesses are just some of the insights Campden researchers are gathering for agenda-setting reports in 2018.

The flagship Global Family Office Report leads the Campden slate of studies this year and is already highly anticipated in the family office community. The fifth annual edition will be launched at the UBS family office summit in Zurich on 27-28 September.

April 26, 2017

How to succeed in co-investments and how the next generation will shape the future of family offices will be probed by Campden Wealth–but its researchers need your help to do so.

How to succeed in co-investments and how the next generation will shape the future of family offices will be probed by Campden Wealth–but its researchers need your help to do so.

October 11, 2016

There are only 10 days left for the family business community to celebrate its Top 75 Global Challengers in an exciting initiative by Campden Wealth.

There are only 10 days left for the family business community to celebrate its Top 75 Global Challengers in an exciting initiative by Campden Wealth.

June 24, 2016

Britain has rejected its 43-year-old membership of the European Union despite severe warnings to remain from global family business leaders.

Britain has rejected its 43-year-old membership of the European Union despite severe warnings to remain from global family business leaders.

An exclusive survey of the Campden Wealth community of family businesses worth more than $100 million revealed this week a decisive 75% of owners, chief executives and advisers called for the United Kingdom to remain in the EU.

July 25, 2014

The UK public is more than twice as likely to trust a company if it is family owned than if it is publicly listed, new research from the Institute for Family Business (IFB) reveals.

The UK public is more than twice as likely to trust a company if it is family owned than if it is publicly listed, new research from the Institute for Family Business (IFB) reveals.

A poll, conducted by international market research firm YouGov for the family business organisation, found 55% of the population thinks family ownership is important to business trustworthiness. Only 26% thought this for public companies.

July 1, 2014

A UK family business expert has called into question findings from a Barclays survey that claims to shed light on relatives' relationships in a family business.

A UK family business expert has called into question findings from a Barclays survey that claims to shed light on relatives' relationships in a family business.

The study, Second Generation Family SMEs in the UK, asked 2,003 members of the British public whether they would hire a family member when setting up a business.

According to the study, 23% of the British public would prefer to work with siblings, followed by fathers at 9% and mothers at 7%.

April 15, 2014

The generational gap between baby boomers and millennials involved in family businesses is widening due to megatrends such as climate change and new technologies, according to a PwC survey that assesses next gens’ attitudes to the family business.

The generational gap between baby boomers and millennials involved in family businesses is widening due to megatrends such as climate change and new technologies, according to a PwC survey that assesses next gens’ attitudes to the family business.

November 18, 2011

Family businesses in the UK are less likely to go bust than their non-family counterparts, according to new research. Entitled UK family businesses: industrial and geographical context, governance and performance, the report found that family firms have lower rates of insolvency than non-family owned businesses.

Family businesses in the UK are less likely to go bust than their non-family counterparts, according to new research.

Entitled UK family businesses: industrial and geographical context, governance and performance, the report found that family firms – be it small, medium or large – have lower rates of insolvency than non-family owned businesses.

September 20, 2011

The majority of top managers and family business owners think that the nature of family firms helps them survive economic downturns, but they also believe that absence of meritocracy and rivalry among family members can affect commercial success.

The majority of top managers and family business owners think that the nature of family firms helps them survive economic downturns, but they also believe that absence of meritocracy and rivalry among family members can affect commercial success.

These are the findings of a survey among 720 family business owners and executives from the Americas, Asia-Pacific and Europe by executive search firm Egon Zehnder International.

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