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January 8, 2021

Arnault heir joins power trio in charge of Tiffany and Co, Founder Leonardo Del Vecchio steps back in EssilorLuxottica power transfer, Rockefeller Foundation divests $5 billion in fossil fuels.

Arnault heir joins power trio in charge of Tiffany and Co

Alexandre Arnault is being widely regarded as the heir apparent of his father’s French luxury goods empire LVMH with his appointment to the new executive leadership of Tiffany and Co.

Arnault (pictured), 28, is the second eldest son of Bernard Arnault (pictured below), 71, the billionaire chairman and chief executive of LVMH. The next-gen led luggage manufacturer RIMOWA since January 2017, after initiating and leading its acquisition by LVMH.

November 10, 2020

In the midst of a coronavirus pandemic, investors have been exposed to the reality that the global economy can be brought to a halt by a large-scale unpredicted event. A comparison can be drawn with climate change, now widely recognised as a large systemic risk that will affect the global economy, and one which may affect investment portfolios in ways we can’t yet fully imagine or predict.

Private markets—an opportunity to support the transition to a low-carbon and climate resilient world, whilst providing financial rewards

In the midst of a coronavirus pandemic, investors have been exposed to the reality that the global economy can be brought to a halt by a large-scale unpredicted event. A comparison can be drawn with climate change, now widely recognised as a large systemic risk that will affect the global economy, and one which may affect investment portfolios in ways we can’t yet fully imagine or predict.

October 26, 2020

The carbon emission obligations established under the monumental Paris Agreement of 2015 have gone largely unfulfilled and are at risk of failing. Sensing the urgency to attempt to rectify the situation, countries are now racing to implement mandates for the development of renewable energy assets and the requisite grid enabling infrastructure. These mandates are generating demand for renewable energy infrastructure which, in turn, may lead to an opportunity for investors.

The carbon emission obligations established under the monumental Paris Agreement of 2015 have gone largely unfulfilled and are at risk of failing. Sensing the urgency to attempt to rectify the situation, countries are now racing to implement mandates for the development of renewable energy assets and the requisite grid enabling infrastructure. These mandates are generating demand for renewable energy infrastructure which, in turn, may lead to an opportunity for investors.

June 9, 2020

World order has never been so complex for investors. The US and China have entered a new phase of long-term strategic global competition. America has moved decisively from engagement to containment of China’s technological, economic and military power. Globalisation has created new arenas for renewed ‘Great Power’ competition: financial markets; cyber and outer space; technology; the corporate world. As world order bifurcates, investors are on the front line. 

World order has never been so complex for investors. The US and China have entered a new phase of long-term strategic global competition. America has moved decisively from engagement to containment of China’s technological, economic and military power. Globalisation has created new arenas for renewed ‘Great Power’ competition: financial markets; cyber and outer space; technology; the corporate world. As world order bifurcates, investors are on the front line.

February 18, 2013

As a long-term investment, renewable energy should appeal to families. Despite gloomy reports, there are still great opportunities.

For investors eyeing clean energy, these can feel like nerve-wracking times. The headlines are daunting – solar panel prices plummeting, a steep drop in funds going into renewable energy and the high-profile failure in the US of solar company Solyndra.

March 1, 2005

Leading from within means learning to manage your ego and emotions. That, say successful entrepreneurs, can be the difference between a good company and an economic powerhouse

Reprinted with permission from Knowledge@Wharton, the business news and analysis journal of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu

Leading from within means learning to manage your ego and emotions. That, say successful entrepreneurs, can be the difference between a good company and an economic powerhouse

September 1, 2003

For an industry that makes money from good relationships, the professionals that create and maintain private banking and family business client relationships are key. Melanie Stern examines the sector’s frontline

Melanie Stern is Section Editor of Families in Business magazine.

For an industry that makes money from good relationships, the professionals that create and maintain private banking and family business client relationships are key. Melanie Stern examines the sector's frontline

"Our greatest asset is our people" – how frequently we hear this from the business world. Not all the proponents of this popular phrase manage to prove their commitment to it, but for the private banking industry, people are among the greatest assets.

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