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April 22, 2021

Dietmar Schmitt, a prolific international trader, says his new fund is ready to capitalise on Brexit and is calling for family investors.

Dietmar Schmitt, a prolific international trader, says his new fund is ready to capitalise on Brexit and is calling for family investors.

Schmitt is the founding chief executive and chief investment officer of SAM Capital Partners, an independent alternative investments firm, based in London.

April 22, 2021

Watch the replay of Amundi’s webinar held on 15 April, 2021 in collaboration with Preqin to hear from Preqin and Amundi experts in real estate on this unique, durable and attractive asset class in Europe. 

Watch the replay of Amundi’s webinar held on 15 April, 2021 in collaboration with Preqin to hear from Preqin and Amundi experts in real estate on this unique, durable and attractive asset class in Europe. 

Hear more from senior investment experts on the market trends and drivers in Europe today. Find out more on how ESG is playing an increasingly important role in the asset-class and learn more on Amundi’s approach and expertise in real estate.

April 1, 2021

Pernod Ricard goes upmarket in acquisition and distribution strategy, Locked down families build Lego’s fastest sales growth in five years, Gebruder Weiss profits in combining physical and digital innovation.

Pernod Ricard goes upmarket in acquisition and distribution strategy

Pernod Ricard, the French third-generation wines and spirits giant, is set to acquire a majority stake in a family-owned premium Columbian rum as part of its “Transform and Accelerate” strategic plan.

Pernod Ricard also embarked on a collaboration with Lafayette Imports, a new company founded by Biggar and Leith partners Elwyn Gladstone and Mark Teasdale, to boost its “super-premium” branding in the United States.

March 30, 2021

Private debt markets have grown rapidly since the Great Financial Crisis, with global assets under management tripling from $275 billion in 2009 to more than $850 billion in 2019. The European market accounts for about a third of these assets.

Private debt markets have grown rapidly since the Great Financial Crisis, with global assets under management tripling from $275 billion in 2009 to more than $850 billion in 2019. The European market accounts for about a third of these assets.

March 22, 2021

Poonawalla family’s Serum Institute under pressure to deliver Covid-19 vaccines, Ferrero-owned Thorntons exits shop estate for e-commerce, Murdoch’s News Corp wins content compensation from Facebook.

Poonawalla family’s Serum Institute under pressure to deliver Covid-19 vaccines

Serum Institute of India, the second-generation Poonawalla family business and the world's largest manufacturer of vaccines by volume, has delivered half of the agreed 10 million Oxford-AstraZeneca doses from India to the United Kingdom, contributing to the delay of the UK’s vaccination programme.

March 16, 2021

Campden Wealth is calling for your insights in a new survey on impact investing for the 2021 edition of its leading research report Investing for Global Impact: A Power for Good.

Campden Wealth is calling for your insights in a new survey on impact investing for the 2021 edition of its leading research report Investing for Global Impact: A Power for Good.

The survey launches today and gives family members, executives, investors and advisers the opportunity to share their attitudes to the dynamic, estimated $715 billion impact investing market.

March 12, 2021

French heir and MP Olivier Dassault dies in helicopter crash, ‘Shared family values’ as Agnelli family buys foothold in Christian Louboutin, Gina Rinehart’s Hancock Agriculture goes to market with beef portfolio.

French heir and MP Olivier Dassault dies in helicopter crash

The sudden death of Olivier Dassault, billionaire heir to the French aerospace and software family business and politician, is “a great loss”, President Emmanuel Macron said in tribute.

February 18, 2021

We all know that 2020 was an incredible, and terrible, year. The pandemic caused the worst recession for centuries, along with an appalling death toll and suffering. Meanwhile financial assets pushed ever upwards, surfing a wave of liquidity meant to counteract the impact of the pandemic.

We all know that 2020 was an incredible, and terrible, year. The pandemic caused the worst recession for centuries, along with an appalling death toll and suffering. Meanwhile financial assets pushed ever upwards, surfing a wave of liquidity meant to counteract the impact of the pandemic.

The chart below shows that it was also a record year for share issuance, surpassing even the heady days of 1999-2000.

February 15, 2021

While 2021 has started not unlike how much of 2020 played out, with Covid-19 infections continuing to spread and many countries reimplementing lockdown measures, the approval and rollout of various vaccines to combat the coronavirus has been an undeniable game-changer for markets. It's provided a clearer road map for a return to some form of normality, although the path ahead is still likely to remain bumpy, with continued uncertainties in the offing.

While 2021 has started not unlike how much of 2020 played out, with Covid-19 infections continuing to spread and many countries reimplementing lockdown measures, the approval and rollout of various vaccines to combat the coronavirus has been an undeniable game-changer for markets. It's provided a clearer road map for a return to some form of normality, although the path ahead is still likely to remain bumpy, with continued uncertainties in the offing.

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