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February 15, 2021

While 2021 has started not unlike how much of 2020 played out, with Covid-19 infections continuing to spread and many countries reimplementing lockdown measures, the approval and rollout of various vaccines to combat the coronavirus has been an undeniable game-changer for markets. It's provided a clearer road map for a return to some form of normality, although the path ahead is still likely to remain bumpy, with continued uncertainties in the offing.

While 2021 has started not unlike how much of 2020 played out, with Covid-19 infections continuing to spread and many countries reimplementing lockdown measures, the approval and rollout of various vaccines to combat the coronavirus has been an undeniable game-changer for markets. It's provided a clearer road map for a return to some form of normality, although the path ahead is still likely to remain bumpy, with continued uncertainties in the offing.

February 12, 2021

A Canadian next-generation entrepreneur says more families are investing sustainably in forestry to achieve their impact goals and for the long-term inflation-proof returns of timber as an asset in their portfolios.

A Canadian next-generation entrepreneur says more families are investing sustainably in forestry to achieve their impact goals and for the long-term inflation-proof returns of timber as an asset in their portfolios.

Michael Ackerman (pictured), 38, is the president and chief executive of EcoForests Asset Management. His socially responsible boutique forestry investment management company is headquartered in Toronto and operates 45 plantations in Latin America.

December 10, 2020

We believe that vaccine prospects are likely to make 2021 a year of global economic recovery. While markets have priced in a fair amount of the good news, more gains seem possible as corporate profits rebound and central banks remain on hold.

We believe that vaccine prospects are likely to make 2021 a year of global economic recovery. While markets have priced in a fair amount of the good news, more gains seem possible as corporate profits rebound and central banks remain on hold.

With the world in the early post-recession recovery phase of the business cycle, our medium-term outlook for economies and corporate earnings is positive. We believe that 2021 will feature an extended period of low-inflation, low-interest rate growth that favours equities over bonds.

November 5, 2020

Campden Wealth’s virtual North American Family Office Meeting will be returning for its 15th year on 16-18 November, 2020—now larger, more important, and more global than ever.

Campden Wealth’s virtual North American Family Office Meeting will be returning for its 15th year on 16-18 November, 2020—now larger, more important, and more global than ever.

January 17, 2020

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s decision to step down as senior royals and split their time between the United Kingdom and Canada holds a number of implications for business dynasties, and for the role of the “spare” in the “heir and spare” scenario during succession, family experts say.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s decision to step down as senior royals and split their time between the United Kingdom and Canada holds a number of implications for business dynasties, and for the role of the “spare” in the “heir and spare” scenario during succession, family experts say.

The controversial move by the sixth in line to the throne and his wife and the handling by the Queen, Prince Charles and Prince William, as the comparable family business principal, heir and next gen, has gripped the world.

April 3, 2019

Sustainable investment assets have rocketed by more than a third in value in two years to $30 trillion worldwide, according to the new Global Sustainable Investment Review out this week.

Sustainable investment assets have rocketed by more than a third in value in two years to $30 trillion worldwide, according to the new Global Sustainable Investment Review out this week.

Japan, followed by Australia-New Zealand and Canada powered growth the most while Europe, the United States and Japan had the highest value of sustainable investing assets.

March 15, 2018

Fashion founders Hubert de Givenchy and Sonja Bata are being remembered by their families and foundations for their influence, elegance and philanthropy.

Fashion founders Hubert de Givenchy and Sonja Bata are being remembered by their families and foundations for their influence, elegance and philanthropy.

French couturier Givenchy, who designed for Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Ingrid Bergman and Jackie Kennedy, died in his sleep near Paris on 10 March at the age of 91.

August 24, 2017

Heineken takeover approved, Michael Hill profits boosted by Canada, and JAB Holdings to cast off Bally

Heineken takeover approved

The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has approved Heineken’s takeover of 1,900 pubs, saying it is satisfied the deal will not cause customers to “lose out”.

The Netherlands-based brewer proposed in June a £403 million ($516 million) purchase of the pubs, currently owned by Punch Taverns, a deal Punch shareholders approved in February.

The CMA then raised concerns about reduced competition in 33 UK areas.

February 2, 2017

Family business principals are being urged to start a formal succession plan early as less than a third of high-net worth Americans and Britons admit they have a plan in place to transfer wealth to their next generation.

Family business principals are being urged to start a formal succession plan early as less than a third of high-net worth Americans and Britons admit they have a plan in place to transfer wealth to their next generation.

However, high-net worth Britons were ahead of their American and Canadian peers in boosting their financial literacy, integral for succession planning. Greater preparedness was directly linked to greater confidence among parents their children will preserve the family fortune.

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