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March 12, 2019

Divorce, despite the best efforts of the parties and their solicitors, can sometimes be a traumatic, and difficult process. Divorce proceedings are often more complicated, and the animosity between the parties can increase, where as well as being married, there is a family business. We look at some of the ways in which the courts in England and Wales approach the family business within divorce proceedings.

Divorce, despite the best efforts of the parties and their solicitors, can sometimes be a traumatic, and difficult process. Divorce proceedings are often more complicated, and the animosity between the parties can increase, where as well as being married, there is a family business. We look at some of the ways in which the courts in England and Wales approach the family business within divorce proceedings.

June 2, 2017

The best way of making one’s children hold on to one’s fortune is to educate them well so that they can manage their responsibilities. David Turner looks at 10 highly regarded schools

The best way of making one’s children hold on to one’s fortune is to educate them well so that they can manage their responsibilities. David Turner looks at 10 highly regarded schools

Cathedral & John Connon School | India

October 7, 2016

New regulations driving greater transparency around beneficial ownership are being set up throughout Europe, spearheaded by Great Britain

New regulations driving greater transparency around beneficial ownership are being set up throughout Europe, spearheaded by Great Britain. Alison Ebbage reports

Before David Cameron’s leadership was overshadowed by Britain’s infamous vote to exit from the European Union, he had notched up another notable first: pushing the United Kingdom to become the first G20 country to set up a publicly accessible register of beneficial ownership.

August 23, 2016

Britain has taken the first step down a long and uncertain road to its departure from the European Union. James Beech asks financial experts if family offices are in for a bumpy ride

Britain has taken the first step down a long and uncertain road to its departure from the European Union. James Beech asks financial experts if family offices are in for a bumpy ride

More than 17 million Britons voted on 23 June to leave the European Union after 43 years – triggering a tsunami of unprecedented political upheaval and volatility in financial markets which has shaken the United Kingdom and reverberated around the world.

February 12, 2016

Externship programmes, where next gens work for another business or manage a different unit of the family business, are a popular way to train the next generation for the future responsibilities of running the family enterprise. But what should next gens look for in an externship, what are the benefits and is there a danger that they won't return?

Mariella Bottiglieri must have always been destined to enter the shipping industry.

The daughter of fifth-generation Italian shipping magnate Giuseppe Bottiglieri, she was more likely to spend her childhood summers on board a tanker with her father than at the beach building sandcastles. She even has a tanker named after her.

February 14, 2012

Two universities in Northern Ireland and England have lent their support to family businesses, with both announcing programmes to help family-run firms. 

Two universities in Northern Ireland and England have lent their support to family businesses, with both announcing programmes to help family-run firms.

In Northern Ireland, a new initiative by Queen’s University Management School and business advisory firm BDO will carry out research into issues that create or prevent the success of family-controlled firms.

October 5, 2011

Family-controlled Shepherd Neame, the UK’s oldest brewer, reckons that being a family business has bolstered its earnings during a difficult economic period.

Family-controlled Shepherd Neame, the UK’s oldest brewer, reckons that being a family business has bolstered its earnings during a difficult economic period.

Fifth-generation Jonathan Neame told CampdenFB: “At a time of recession, we have been able to steer the business well due to our long-term thinking on how to invest in alignment with market trends.”

August 16, 2011

Few multi-billionaires have such universal appeal as Warren Buffett. The Sage of Omaha, famed for driving an old car, living in the same house he bought in the late 1950s and drinking cheery coke, is the acceptable face of a billionaire, if there has ever been one.

Few multi-billionaires have such universal appeal as Warren Buffett. The Sage of Omaha, famed for driving an old car, living in the same house he bought in the late 1950s and drinking cheery coke, is the acceptable face of a billionaire, if there has ever been one.

And true to form, Buffett, who has already pledged all his money to charitable causes when he dies, has come up with an idea that will further endear him to the public – it’s called taxing the rich more.

February 11, 2011

Jean Paul Getty III, grandson of possibly the world’s first billionaire, oil tycoon Jean Paul Getty, has died aged 54.

Jean Paul Getty III, grandson of possibly the world's first billionaire, oil tycoon Jean Paul Getty, has died aged 54.

Beyond his famous surname, Paul Getty III is best known for being kidnapped in Rome at the age of 16 and held captive for five months before his grandfather, decided to pay the ransom.

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