The latest issue of Campden FB, the magazine dedicated to large, global multigenerational family businesses, is now available. Read the issue in full here
Our exclusive family interviews this issue include access to the family behind luxury fashion house Missoni, whose second-generation CEO Vittorio Missoni explains why family ownership is key to the future of the company. Three Brazilian retail families reveal how they aim to keep their businesses under family control in the face of pressure from international companies keen to get a piece of the action in Brazil, while Peter Thornton, of the founding family behind UK-based confectionery manufacturer Thorntons, gives a searingly honest account of his time in the family business that ultimately ended in him being ousted by his own kith and kin.
This issue also features the first in our series of special reports on private banking. The in-depth analysis of the relationship between private banks and their family clients details why dissatisfied families are looking for a better level of service from their banks. To have your say on some of the issues raised in the article click here and take our survey on private banking.
We also feature two members of the FBN's next generation committee, Antonio Conejero and Sonia Tsao, who share their thoughts on leadership and corporate social responsibility respectively. Our finance section looks at financing the family business, while our governance section examines the theory and the reality of organising a family retreat.
There are exclusive interviews with the von Trapp family, who have swapped singing to run a luxury resort in the US wilderness, and Tonino Cacace, the second-generation owner of the Capri Palace Hotel & Spa.
Picture: Angela, Vittorio and Luca Missoni
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