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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.

May 14, 2020

After closing one of the worst quarters ever for equity markets, Q2 started on a high note, with indices (S&P 500 and Euro Stoxx 600) recovering markedly from the bottom hit during the previous month. According to Amundi Asset Management, there is clearly a battle between bull and bear forces taking place.

After closing one of the worst quarters ever for equity markets, Q2 started on a high note, with indices (S&P 500 and Euro Stoxx 600) recovering markedly from the bottom hit during the previous month. According to Amundi Asset Management, there is clearly a battle between bull and bear forces taking place.

May 7, 2020

ArcelorMittal upbeat about steel recovery despite $1.1 billion coronavirus loss, Escarrer family has Melia Hotels audited for Covid-19 health and safety, H&M clothing sales plummet 57% in two months as lockdowns bite.

ArcelorMittal upbeat about steel recovery despite $1.1 billion coronavirus loss

Family-owned steel giant ArcelorMittal has suspended its dividend after a net $1.1 billion loss in the first coronavirus-stricken quarter of 2020, but its family principal says steel demand is beginning to rally as lockdowns ease.

March 5, 2020

If your family firm is considering working with outside investors, remember that the old axiom “knowledge is power” still holds true. For example, bringing in an outside investor does not have to take the “family” out of family firm. Yet, as with any change in ownership structure, you need to consider the types of investors who are going to provide a good fit for your business.

If your family firm is considering working with outside investors, remember that the old axiom “knowledge is power” still holds true. For example, bringing in an outside investor does not have to take the “family” out of family firm. Yet, as with any change in ownership structure, you need to consider the types of investors who are going to provide a good fit for your business.

January 27, 2020

How should global business families of wealth navigate the choppy investment waters in the year ahead? Is a global economic recession looming and what does that mean for family investors? Emma Rutter, investment director at Ruffer LLP, urges diversification in portfolios, says environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria should be a prism to view all investments through and explains why “liquidity will be king”.

How should global business families of wealth navigate the choppy investment waters in the year ahead? Is a global economic recession looming and what does that mean for family investors? Emma Rutter, investment director at Ruffer LLP, urges diversification in portfolios, says environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria should be a prism to view all investments through and explains why “liquidity will be king”.

Where does Ruffer see investment opportunities in 2020?

September 2, 2011

It is not surprising to hear that some asset-rich family offices have cash-flow concerns. A number of family offices need to generate more cash to support family expenditures.

It is not surprising to hear that some asset-rich family offices have cash-flow concerns. A number of family offices need to generate more cash to support family expenditures. Every office has its own reasons for this: marriages, divorces, births, illnesses, deaths etcetera…

At the same time, family offices are dealing with a unique combination of historically low interest rates and inflationary pressures. A lack of liquidity, not just yields, in some markets and asset classes has also become a key investment concern for family office executives.

October 14, 2008

Family-owned Paul Reinhert AG, one of the world’s biggest cotton merchants, is facing a severe liquidity crisis in its US business as a result of losses incurred from a surge in cotton prices earlier this year.

Family-owned Paul Reinhert AG, one of the world's biggest cotton merchants, is facing a severe liquidity crisis in its US business as a result of losses incurred from a surge in cotton prices earlier this year.

Bloomberg is reporting that it has seen a letter sent by Paul Reinhert Inc, as the US-based subsidiary is known, to farmers detailing that an "unexpected, historic run-up'' in cotton has led to the company being short of "virtually all available cash."

September 1, 2008

Campden FB conducted an online "selling the family business" survey to get the views of families from all over the world on this crucial topic.

Campden FB conducted an online "selling the family business" survey to get the views of families from all over the world on this crucial topic.

Analysis is provided by Jonathan Pellegrin below. To view a full breakdown of the results click here.

September 1, 2004

The globalisation of world economies means many family businesses must grow strategically to survive. More often than not, the growth capital requirements of the family firm clash with the liquidity and control needs of the family shareholders. What to do? Francois de Visscher explains

Francois de Visscher is founder and president of the family business consultancy de Visscher & Co.

The globalisation of world economies means many family businesses must grow strategically to survive. More often than not, the growth capital requirements of the family firm clash with the liquidity and control needs of the family shareholders. What to do? Francois de Visscher explains

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