CampdenFB successfully bolstered its online and social media presence in 2016 and began its first foray into the brave new world of video content.
Take a look back at the video packages we have produced so far as we look forward to bringing you more videos of family business and family office leaders, their trusted advisers and commentators sharing their best practice knowledge in 2017.
Dominic Samuelson (left), chief executive of Campden Wealth, and Stuart Sutherland (above), head of Campden Research, outline the findings in the latest exclusive, original study, produced for the third year in association with UBS.
Financier and philanthropist Lord Fink talks about his new social enterprise, ChariTable Bookings, on the day of its official launch in London, as well as social impact investing and family offices.
Winners and delegates, Messer Group, Europa-Park, Bottletop and Prym Group among them, attending the fifth annual family business award ceremony, in Rome for 2016, discuss what the recognition and the event means to them.
Auction house Sotheby’s of London opened its doors for a public preview of highlights from the private art collection of David Bowie, and we went to see what was on offer. The preview of Bowie/Collector toured the world before the blockbuster auction was held in London.
Snapshots from the popular European Families in Business Awards hosted by CampdenFB with Societe Generale, from its debut in Amsterdam in 2012, to Paris in 2013, Barcelona in 2014, Rome in 2015 and Berlin in 2016.
Pioneering UK family office Sandaire marked 20 years in successful wealth management in 2016. Founder, chairman and family business principal Alex Scott reflects on why Sandaire succeeded where others failed and where-to next.
The founder of IPI discusses trends in wealth management and how she and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania responded by creating the first Private Wealth Management Programme for wealthy families.
The investment expert, professor of finance and director of the Private Wealth Management Programme at Wharton since it launched in 1999 summarises changes in markets, investment attitudes and more.
Highlights from the biggest date in the family business social calendar, this time Rome in 2015, where Loop Therapeutics, Danfoss, Oliver von Boch and Catharina Prym were among the big winners on the night.
The key findings from the headline-grabbing, agenda-setting research known as The Global Family Office Report are summed up in an engaging sequence of infographics, covering family office attitudes to investments, costs, succession and more.