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June 20, 2019

Investors say their impact investments meet—or beat—their expectations as the global $502 billion sector grows and matures, but they struggle to find the right people to manage their projects.

Investors say their impact investments meet—or beat—their expectations as the global $502 billion sector grows and matures, but they struggle to find the right people to manage their projects.

June 19, 2019

Telecoms billionaire Patrick Drahi buys Sotheby’s, Mulliez family buy stake in Kenya’s Twiga Foods, and US heiress Gloria Vanderbilt dies aged 95.

Telecoms billionaire Patrick Drahi buys Sotheby’s

Patrick Drahi, founder and chairman of telecoms giant Altice, is buying Sotheby’s auction house in a deal worth $3.7 billion, taking it private after more than three decades as a public company.

In a statement, New York-based Sotheby’s, which celebrated its 275th anniversary this year, said it had accepted an offer from BidFair USA—Drahi’s holding company.

June 17, 2019

Valery Senko, Trendvision AI founder, explains how its machine learning-driven research tool enables investors and analysts to harvest global thematic trends in equities and provides solutions for new long term equity allocation decisions

Why do you think that thematic trends are more important or in any way better than a simple value approach, that has been successfully implemented by Warren Buffett and multiple other investors over the years?

June 13, 2019

In the countdown to the coveted CampdenFB European Families in Business Awards, Vincent Lecomte and Sofia Merlo, co-chief executives of new partner BNP Paribas Wealth Management, discuss the trends they are seeing in Europe’s family business community and give their advice for sustainable success.

In the countdown to the coveted CampdenFB European Families in Business Awards, Vincent Lecomte and Sofia Merlo, co-chief executives of new partner BNP Paribas Wealth Management, discuss the trends they are seeing in Europe’s family business community and give their advice for sustainable success.

June 12, 2019

Mexican tequila tycoon transfers wealth to daughter, US cable billionaire buy Italy’s Fiorentina Football Club and Indian tech chairman Azim Premji passes baton to son.

Mexican tequila president transfers wealth to daughter

The family behind the world’s bestselling tequila has undergone a wealth transfer as part of the family’s succession plan.

In a statement sent to the Mexican Stock Exchange, Becle SAB, the holding company that owns tequila brand Jose Cuervo, said president Juan Francisco Beckmann had completed the transfer of more than half his stake to his daughter, 12th generation family member Karen Virginia Beckmann.

June 7, 2019

Sustainability, growth and jobs are at stake when the issue of UK family businesses and inheritance tax flares up, say sector experts.

Sustainability, growth and jobs are at stake when the issue of UK family businesses and inheritance tax flares up, say sector experts.

Tax Justice UK’s new research released this week said the British government was handing out up to £666 million ($849 million) a year in inheritance tax reliefs on land and business property to families who were already well off.

June 6, 2019

Bollinger family buys into UK wine merchant, Springer family and KKR consider bid to take Axel Springer private, and James Packer sells half his stake in Crown to Hong Kong's Melco.

Bollinger family buys into UK wine merchant

One of France’s most established winemaking families has bought a minority stake in a UK-based fine wine merchant backed by City tycoon Michael Spencer.

Société Jacques Bollinger (SJB), the family-owned holding company behind Bollinger and Ayala Champagnes, is understood to have acquired a minority stake of up to 10% in BI Wines and Spirits.

June 5, 2019

How can family office investors identify real growth opportunities in times of increased economic volatility? Multi-Asset Strategist Cara Lafond outlines how to tune out the noise to focus on long-term asset allocation.

How can family office investors identify real growth opportunities in times of increased economic volatility? Multi-Asset Strategist Cara Lafond outlines how to tune out the noise to focus on long-term asset allocation.

 

 

 

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June 3, 2019

As operating environments become increasingly competitive and complex, the family office of the future will need to become savvier about their investment strategies while tackling challenges such as cybersecurity and succession, experts say. The ones that do not risk sleepwalking into disaster.

Early in 2019, a 20-year-old German man admitted to police that he was behind one of the country’s biggest data breaches where hundreds of documents containing private information of a thousand public figures were leaked online.

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