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September 28, 2020

The acquisition of the $2.8 billion London-based multifamily office Sandaire by the $645 billion global investment manager Schroders could signal a new phase of consolidation in the world’s $5.9 trillion family office space in an uncertain era of rising costs and coronavirus, geopolitical and technological disruption.

The acquisition of the $2.8 billion London-based multifamily office Sandaire by the $645 billion global investment manager Schroders could signal a new phase of consolidation in the world’s $5.9 trillion family office space in an uncertain era of rising costs and coronavirus, geopolitical and technological disruption.

January 31, 2020

Principal makes way for next gen succession at H&M, Louis Dreyfus Company heiress open to selling stake and Hong Kong headwinds hit LVMH.

Principal makes way for next gen succession at H&M

The billionaire Persson family principal of Sweden’s Hennes & Mauritz has called for his son to succeed him as chairman as the $1.7 billion fast fashion family business welcomes its first female chief executive in its 73-year history.

July 19, 2010

The restructuring of the private banking industry is underway and the rate of consolidation will increase, according to a new survey.

The restructuring of the private banking industry is underway and the rate of consolidation will increase, according to a new survey.

Based on data from 160 banks in 40 countries, the McKinsey European Private Banking Survey found that while assets under management increased by 10% in 2009, the industry's operating profit pool was 25% below 2008 levels and profit margins went down to 20 basis points.

March 8, 2010

What do family offices in London, New York and Manama (Bahrain) have in common? As our family ties section shows while they have different pieces of advice to offer, they all cite the regulatory environment and consequent tax implications as their biggest challenge over the next 12 months

What do family offices in London, New York and Manama (Bahrain) have in common? As our family ties section shows while they have different pieces of advice to offer, they all cite the regulatory environment and consequent tax implications as their biggest challenge over the next 12 months. (Click here to read the article)

September 1, 2003

The European private banking industry is now split between enterprising corporates and smaller, traditional players; lack of dynamism has retarded competitive spirit in the latter while the former established its domination. Time to get busy, says Melanie Stern

Melanie Stern is Section Editor of Families in Business magazine.

The European private banking industry is now split between enterprising corporates and smaller, traditional players; lack of dynamism has retarded competitive spirit in the latter while the former established its domination. Time to get busy, says Melanie Stern

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