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December 14, 2020

The 60/40 portfolio has served investors well for the past 50 years (1). It has been the allocation of choice for traditional balanced portfolios—60% in equities for the good times, 40% in bonds for the bad (and for the yield).

The 60/40 portfolio has served investors well for the past 50 years (1). It has been the allocation of choice for traditional balanced portfolios—60% in equities for the good times, 40% in bonds for the bad (and for the yield).

The past 50 years have been characterised by falling interest rates, low inflation and low volatility. A superb environment for both bonds and equities. But we may be entering a regime change which could see these conditions reverse.

December 9, 2020

Covid-19 has created challenges for short-term investment performance and fundraising, but the longer-term prospects are strong and the capital shift to real assets will continue. In 2021, more than ever, real assets are likely to be a source of attractive risk adjusted returns.

Covid-19 has created challenges for short-term investment performance and fundraising, but the longer-term prospects are strong and the capital shift to real assets will continue. In 2021, more than ever, real assets are likely to be a source of attractive risk adjusted returns.

November 9, 2020

The Covid-19 crisis obviously caught us off guard by the speed with which it spread and the force of the virus. We had to deal with it by adapting to a new environment and new ways of working. Countries in Europe are now learning to live with the virus, and its impact is not behind us by any means, and the coming months could be crucial for our industry.

Covid-19 has created challenges for performance and fundraising in the short term, but the longer-term prospects are strong and the capital shift to alternatives will continue, says Amundi Asset Management.

August 26, 2015

CampdenFB is carrying out an online survey as part of a special report on financing the family business in FB65.

Finance is crucial to help build successful family businesses, and although increasing numbers are looking to non-bank channels, traditional banks remain a key source of funding.

September 15, 2011

Most global banks are increasingly targeting family offices by launching new units to service them and marketing initiatives to tout their services. So which are the top 10 wealth managers for family offices?

Most global banks are increasingly targeting family offices by launching new units to service them and marketing initiatives to tout their services. So which are the top 10 wealth managers for family offices?

David Bain answers the question at CampdenFO.

May 5, 2010

David Craik reports on the options currently open to families looking to raise finance for their companies

David Craik reports on the options currently open to families looking to raise finance for their companies.

April 21, 2010

One of the consequences of the financial crisis is that lenders are now scrutinising their security (ie assets earmarked for a lender by a borrower as part of a loan deal when lending and borrowing money) more carefully, writes Max Cole

One of the consequences of the financial crisis is that lenders are now scrutinising their security (ie, assets earmarked for a lender by a borrower as part of a loan deal to the business of lending and borrowing money) more carefully, writes Max Cole.

May 15, 2008

The Mays’ family-run media company Clear Channel Communications has reached a settlement with the banks it sued in March for hindering its proposed merger with CC Media Holdings.

The Mays' family-run media company Clear Channel Communications has reached a settlement with the banks it sued in March for hindering its proposed merger with CC Media Holdings.

The settlement is based on an amendment to the merger agreement, which now offers Clear Channel shareholders $36 in cash for each share they own, valuing the deal at $17.9 billion.

July 1, 2004

Business continuity and disaster recovery have long been associated with banks and multinationals, but as any business caught in a crisis has learned, meticulous contigency planning is sound advice for all

George Malim  is editor of VanillaPlus magazine.

Business continuity and disaster recovery have long been associated with banks and multinationals, but as any business caught in a crisis has learned, meticulous contigency planning is sound advice for all

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