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January 16, 2023

In this week’s FB Roundup, Bernard Arnault appoints his daughter Delphine to run Dior; Andrew Forrest says Australia-to-Singapore solar plan is no longer viable; and the heirs of Subway’s founders are set to reap dividends from $10 billion sale deal.

Bernard Arnault appoints daughter Delphine to run Dior
The world's richest man and chairman of luxury goods giant LVMH, Bernard Arnault, has officially appointed his daughter Delphine as the chief executive officer (CEO) of French luxury fashion house Dior.

Arnault’s eldest child takes the reins in a further management shakeup, having recently assigned his eldest son, Antoine, to run the family-owned holding company Christian Dior SE.

January 4, 2023

In his new book, The Chase Continues, Charles Lowenhaupt presents a practical guide to ageing written for both wealth holders and their adult children who care for them. In an exclusive interview, Lowenhaupt discusses the benefits of talking about getting older and living out your dreams. 

In his new book, The Chase Continues, Charles Lowenhaupt presents a practical guide to ageing written for both wealth holders and their adult children who care for them.  

December 19, 2022

In this week’s FB Roundup, Egyptian-born businessman Mohamed Mansour is appointed Tory party senior treasurer; tributes are paid to Malaysian banker Teh Hong Piow; and the son of murdered billionaires triples cash reward.

Egyptian-born businessman Mohamed Mansour appointed as Tory party senior treasurer
In the run-up to the next English general election, the Conservatives have appointed Egyptian-born billionaire Mohamed Mansour  (pictured left) as senior treasurer after his company, Unatrac, has donated more than £600,000 to the party.

“It is a great honour and privilege to have been appointed as senior treasurer of the Conservative party and a member of the treasurer’s team of the party,” Mansour said in a statement.

December 12, 2022

Coming from a family-run business that dates back to the end of the 19th Century and having worked his entire career in the construction industry, Sir James Wates CBE has built a reputation for respecting legacy and looking to the future. In an exclusive interview with Campden FB, Sir James talks about preparing the next generation and construction’s need for total disruption…

Coming from a family-run business that dates back to the end of the 19th Century and having worked his entire career in the construction industry, Sir James Wates CBE has built a reputation for respecting legacy and looking to the future.

December 8, 2022

As advisor to some of the most storied family offices in North America, Pascal Levensohn has built his career on mutual trust and sage advice. In an exclusive interview with Campden FB, he talks about honesty, openness and a very finely tuned bad actor radar.

“Being an outsider, as long as you can maintain independence and build relationships with different family business stakeholders, can really help with solving problems. It’s like being an honest and trusted umpire!”

Pascal Levensohn’s career has been defined by resolving risk and conflict.

November 30, 2022

In this week’s FB Roundup, Gautam Adani wins a bid to develop a Mumbai slum; the Ilitch family expand their pizza chain to the UK; and Amancio Ortega expresses interest in buying Manchester United.

Gautam Adani wins bid to develop Mumbai slum
Just days after finalising the takeover of news broadcaster New Delhi Television Ltd (a deal he considers a “Responsibility rather than a business opportunity”), Indian billionaire Gautam Adani has further added to his responsible investment portfolio after winning the right to redevelop India’s largest slum.

November 23, 2022

The chair of Campden Wealth’s ClimateTech Investing Forum 2022 talks about doing well and doing good, long-term vision and the future of impact investing.

An American-born, German-raised investor married to a Russian ecologist with links to global environmental initiatives, Jochen Wermuth is the definition of a planet-first entrepreneur.

November 14, 2022

In this week’s FB Roundup, the billionaire Hinduja brothers call a truce on their family feud: Jeff Bezos pledges to give most of his money to charity; and Sam Bankman-Fried’s net worth is decimated after FTX crashes.

Billionaire Hinduja brothers call a truce on family feud
The India-born Hinduja brothers, Britain’s richest family, have agreed a truce in a long-running feud over the future of their family’s global business empire following revelations that the battle “Marginalised” the dementia care of its billionaire patriarch.

November 7, 2022

In this week’s FB Roundup, Lord Alli is named as chairman of Marwyn Acquisition Company; a three-member CEO board is announced to lead Red Bull after the death of co-founder Dietrich Mateschitz; and Wu Yajun steps down as chair for real estate developer Longfor Properties.

Lord Alli named as chairman of Marwyn Acquisition Company
Lord Waheed Alli, the former head of children's media group Chorion and online fashion retailer Koovs, has stepped up as chairman of Marwyn Acquisition Company (MAC), a listed company targeting takeovers in the creative industries.

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