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February 28, 2020

Slim investment pickings but succession “urgent” for Warren Buffett, Maersk braces for coronavirus hit on 2020 business, Mack family makes a splash with biggest ever $197 million Europa-Park extension.

Slim investment pickings but succession “urgent” for Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett, the influential US investor and family office principal, is having trouble finding the next big acquisition to spend $128 billion on, but his successors may have better luck.

February 6, 2020

Devices to beat hospital-acquired infections, prevent opioid overdoses and instantly spot infections in blood are among the pioneering healthcare innovations being showcased to family investors at the upcoming MedTech Investing Europe Conference in Lausanne.

Devices to beat hospital-acquired infections, prevent opioid overdoses and instantly spot infections in blood are among the pioneering healthcare innovations being showcased to family investors at the upcoming MedTech Investing Europe Conference.

November 7, 2019

The most challenging investment tax issues can often be found in an investor’s fixed income allocation, say the experts in family office, global tax and investments at Wellington Management. They explore some of the strategies available to investors.

The most challenging investment tax issues can often be found in an investor’s fixed income allocation, say the experts in family office, global tax and investments at Wellington Management. They explore some of the strategies available to investors.

 

 

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January 20, 2015

Peter Wallenberg, the Swedish financier who helmed one of Europe’s largest corporate dynasties for 15 years, has died at the age of 88 in Stockholm County.

Peter Wallenberg, the Swedish financier who helmed one of Europe’s largest corporate dynasties for 15 years, has died at the age of 88 in Stockholm County.

The elder statesman took over the Wallenberg family business following the death of his father in 1982 – a move that many believed would bring about the end of the family’s century-long dominance of the Swedish banking and industrial sectors.

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 1, 2007

There are more millionaires living in America than ever before, and with many putting off retirement wealth preservation is an important issue. Marc Smith reports on the investment habits of the super-rich and finds that all is not as it seems …

There are more millionaires living in America than ever before, and with many putting off retirement wealth preservation is an important issue. Marc Smith reports on the investment habits of the super-rich and finds that all is not as it seems …

Marc Smith is deputy editor of Families in Business.

June 1, 2003

My earliest memories of ‘the business’ were of the Saturday mornings spent with Dad on the factory floor.

My earliest memories of 'the business' were of the Saturday mornings spent with Dad on the factory floor. He would walk around checking on orders, work-in-progress, and what had been billed the day before. I would pick up tiny pieces of cloth clippings from the cutting room floor and would spend the rest of the time thinking of innumerable crafty things to do with them. The car ride to Boston and breakfast at the Peter Pan Restaurant would give us ample time to talk about how Dad came to have his own business and how he bought out his father, Joe.

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