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November 9, 2018

Best practice education, unique networking opportunities and peer-to-peer insights were enjoyed by families and their family offices at the latest Campden European Family Office Conference in London this week.

Best practice education, unique networking opportunities and peer-to-peer insights were enjoyed by families and their family offices at the latest Campden European Family Office Conference in London this week.

Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the continent’s leading family office conference was held for the first time in the historic Royal Society on 6-7 November 2018, and attended by principals, family members and senior executives from 150 true single family offices.

October 2, 2017

In response to the rising divorce rate and increase in blended families, Paul and Wes Karger, of TwinFocus Capital, offer their insights for educating children on how to preserve exceptional family wealth.

In response to the rising divorce rate and increase in blended families, Paul and Wes Karger, of TwinFocus Capital, offer their insights for educating children on how to preserve exceptional family wealth.

October 17, 2016

Alison Ebbage finds out how a top French business school is empowering the family business leaders of tomorrow

Alison Ebbage finds out how a top French business school is empowering the family business leaders of tomorrow

October 9, 2015

Advancements in technology have made it easier than ever for family businesses to expand into new territories, and many are advising the next generation to seek a global education in order to expand their horizons. Michael Finnigan reports

Michel Haddad, a 34-year-old next gen from Lebanese family business Technica, is one of a growing number of executive MBA (EMBA) students prepared to travel huge distances to study. 

Every two months the sales manager temporarily steps away from his role at the family business, travels 2,000 miles and spends two weeks studying at the EDHEC Business School in Lille, France. He hopes the Global EMBA course, which is specifically designed for family businesses, will prepare him for future leadership.

July 17, 2015

The Edhec Business School in France has launched the first global executive-MBA (EMBA) programme in Europe aimed at improving the core skills of future family business leaders. CampdenFB talks to two next gen participants about their experience thus far. 

In February, EDHEC Business School in France launched its first global executive (GEMBA) programme in Europe aimed at improving the core skills of future family business leaders.

The 15-month modular programme, which will conclude in May 2017, is spread across six different locations, including sessions at EDHEC’s five fully integrated campuses (Paris, London, Lille, Singapore and Nice).

February 27, 2015

Four CampdenFB-EDHEC Scholarship recipients were among the inaugural intake of Europe’s first MBA programme for future family business leaders.

Four CampdenFB-EDHEC Scholarship recipients were among the inaugural intake of Europe’s first MBA programme for future family business leaders.

The EDHEC Family Business Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) 2015 class consists of seven men and two women, the majority of whom come from countries outside of Europe, including Australia, Canada, South Africa and Pakistan.

September 26, 2014

CampdenFB, in association with Edhec Business School, has launched the CampdenFB–Edhec Scholarship Programme, an inaugural initiative that provides for up to 10 scholarships (valued at €15,000 each). 

The Edhec Business School in France has launched the first global executive-MBA (EMBA) programme in Europe aimed at those working in family businesses, providing a uniquely tailored course that is compatible with ongoing professional activity.

The school has also partnered with CampdenFB on a scholarship programme (valued at €15, 000 each) that will enable 10 candidates to participate in the nine-week executive MBA, spread over 15-months, providing they have four years of managerial experience in a family business.

September 15, 2014

A new family business programme launching in Montana this week has been prompted by a lack of support for family firms in the region, says the associate professor who will be leading the course.

A new family business programme launching in Montana this month has been prompted by a lack of support for family firms in the region, says the associate professor who will be leading the course.

Issues addressed in the University of Montana course, which begins this month, will include succession, leadership and governance.

According to course leader Michael Braun, a management and marketing professor, family firms represent 80% of all enterprises in the state.

May 23, 2014

A top European business school has announced a new MBA programme aimed at improving the core skills of future family business leaders. 

A top European business school has announced a new MBA programme aimed at improving the core skills of future family business leaders.

The Edhec Business School in France will launch its first family business global executive MBA in February 2015, having seen an unfilled niche for such programmes on the continent.

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