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Roundtable Discussion

February 18, 2011

 

The changing relationship between private banks and family businesses and family offices

February 18, 2011

The changing relationship between private banks and family businesses and family offices

September 6, 2010

Six delegates from Campden's Family Investment Workshop discuss how they've adapted to a challenging economy.

Roundtable panel:

Michael Moquette, Managing Partner, Equinoxe Investments, Switzerland

Martin Jenkins, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Oxford Place, UK & USA

John Bender, Non-executive Director, Investment Office, Matthew Bender & Co Holdings Ltd, Switzerland

Robert Vinal, Representative Rentrop Family Office, Switzerland

March 5, 2010

Five delegates from Campden’s European Family Office Conference sat down to discuss how the global financial crisis affected the way they work

Five delegates from Campden's European Family Office Conference sat down to discuss how the global financial crisis affected the way they work

Roundtable panel:

Wolfram Klingler, Executive Director, Silvia Quandt Family Office, Switzerland.

Risto Vayrynen, Managing Director, Sifter Group, a Geneva-based family office.

August 28, 2009

Does philanthropy suffer when times are tough? A select panel from Campden’s Family Philanthropy conference discusses this question and the implications of the downturn on philanthropy

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Michael Alberich-Sebriech is an executive partner at Active Philanthropy. Previous to this position he worked for the German Bertelsmann Foundation as programme director of the Carl Bertelsmann Prize. He is also a board member of several non-profit and charitable organisations.

April 27, 2009

What is the best way for families and their family offices to communicate? And how do you ensure that this communication is done in the right manner and to a regular timetable? A select panel at Campden’s European Family Office conference met to discuss these crucial questions

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John Bender's family founded publishing house Matthew Bender & Co, whose involvement with law books date back to 1804. It has been part of the Reed Elsevier Group since 1998. He is now involved in family office wealth management in the Channel Islands and Switzerland.

Jamie Cayzer Colvin is a fifth generation member of his family company, Caledonia Investments, which started as a

April 15, 2009

In this exclusive roundtable panel discussion with the Coutts Family Business Award Judges, Campden FB finds out what it takes to become a winning family business.

Roundtable panel:
Lucy Armstrong, chief executive, The Alchemists (Northern) Limited
David Molian, lecturer, Bettany Centre for Entrepreneurial Performance and Economics
Edward Nicholson, managing partner, Mercator Partnership Limited
Chris Swaffin-Smith, principal, Family Business Reflections

Campden FB: 2008 wasn't the best year for business; in particular, how did family businesses fare?

November 1, 2008

The individual experiences of family members shape both what they and the family business become. A select panel from Campden’s European Family Business conference discuss how their lives have affected them and their businesses

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Domingo Arochena sold his family's company, medical products manufacturer Laboratorios Indas, last year. He now oversees his family's investment company alongside his three daughters. However, he is now looking to retire.  

July 1, 2008

The credit crunch is at the fore of most investors’ minds at present, but how are they and their portfolios coping? Families in Business chaired a roundtable discussion at the Family Investment Workshop in London to find out

The credit crunch is at the fore of most investors' minds at present, but how are they and their portfolios coping? Families in Business chaired a roundtable discussion at the Family Investment Workshop in London to find out

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