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November 17, 2021

European family offices are more optimistic about the economic outlook for 2022 than Asia-Pacific and North American peers and more than half of continental families are open to new investment opportunities.

European family offices are more optimistic about the economic outlook for 2022 than Asia-Pacific and North American peers and more than half of continental families are open to new investment opportunities.

November 17, 2021

Families in Asia-Pacific are leading the world at their pace of establishing and evolving family offices as their wealth rockets, the need for succession plans becomes acute and investment returns outperform North American and European family office peers.

Families in Asia-Pacific are leading the world at their pace of establishing and evolving family offices as their wealth rockets, the need for succession plans becomes acute and investment returns outperform North American and European family office peers.

November 1, 2021

Family-controlled JCB and Fortescue Future Industries sign green hydrogen deal, Lavazza coffee family in $200 million expansion of cafes in China, Sir James Dyson’s family office boosted by $1.8 billion transfer.

Family-controlled JCB and Fortescue Future Industries sign green hydrogen deal

Lord Anthony Bamford, the British second-generation chairman of heavy machinery maker JCB, hails a multibillion-dollar green hydrogen deal with Australian family business Fortescue Future Industries as “a major advance” towards making the clean fuel practical for consumers.

January 22, 2021

Agnelli heir John Elkann in the driving seat of Stellantis, Samsung heir Lee Jae Yong sentenced to prison, Benjamin de Rothschild dies aged 57.

Agnelli heir John Elkann in the driving seat of Stellantis

John Elkann, scion of Italy’s Agnelli dynasty, says the new $51 billion Fiat-Chrysler-PSA mega-merger he masterminded will meet the world’s needs in sustainable mobility.

October 7, 2020

HM Revenue & Customs’ powers to obtain information from financial institutions are set to increase, with the requirement for taxpayer or tribunal approval to be removed. Although not yet in force, the legislation is at an advanced stage and will be of interest to family offices.

HM Revenue & Customs’ powers to obtain information from financial institutions are set to increase, with the requirement for taxpayer or tribunal approval to be removed. Although not yet in force, the legislation is at an advanced stage and will be of interest to family offices.

What the new powers mean

June 21, 2013

An Australian white paper examining the role of family businesses in the national economy could be forgotten in the wake of national elections this year, a family business expert says.

An Australian white paper examining the role of family businesses in the national economy could be forgotten in the wake of national elections this year, a family business expert says.

The report, Family Business in Australia – Different and Significant, published in March, was the result of months of research by a parliamentary joint committee aiming to quantify the contribution of family businesses to the economy and to assess the challenges they face.

October 28, 2010

US family offices won a significant battle in their efforts to remain private earlier this year when they gained exemption from the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, writes Katie Barker

US family offices won a significant battle in their efforts to remain private earlier this year when they gained exemption from the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, writes Katie Barker.

Following the backlash from family offices over having to register with the US Securities and Exchange Commission and in order not to inadvertently disadvantage family offices, the US regulators amended the reforms to exclude family offices.

June 30, 2010

The financial crisis has demonstrated the need for new regulatory approaches and increased supervision of financial service providers. This has sparked a raft of new legislation that attempts to ensure no such crisis happens again.

The financial crisis has demonstrated the need for new regulatory approaches and more intense supervision of financial service providers, writes James Denton.

This has sparked a raft of new legislation from governments internationally as they attempt to ensure no such crisis happens again. Such regulation has consequences for wealthy families and their family offices who will need to comply with the new rules on reporting and governance.

June 25, 2009

The motives behind the draft EU directive on Alternative Investment Fund Managers may be questionable, but it is hard to disagree with policymakers' objectives to enhance transparency and to create harmonised regulatory standards for alternative investment managers in Europe.

The motives behind the draft EU directive on Alternative Investment Fund Managers may be questionable, but it is hard to disagree with policymakers' objectives to enhance transparency and to create harmonised regulatory standards for alternative investment managers in Europe. The dilemma is how to put these ambitions into practice in a cost effective, coherent and fair-minded way.

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