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Ownership and Management

November 30, 2022

In the new Asia-Pacific Family Office Report 2022, Campden Wealth and Raffles Family Office reveal Asia-Pacific family offices are on the lookout for investment opportunities across new and old asset classes, as portfolio diversification and alternative investments become top priorities.

Family offices based in the Asia-Pacific region are increasingly adopting strategies to mitigate the adverse impact of inflation, according to the new Asia-Pacific Family Office Report 2022 by Campden Wealth and Raffles Family Office.

November 23, 2022

Climate and global energy transition expert Stefan Schurig talks about the aims of The Toni Piëch Foundation, the importance of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and how next gens are driving positive change.

Having started his career on construction sites and training as an architect, Stefan Schurig’s early pivot into highlighting climate change and energy issues by transforming cities into self-sufficient systems has shaped him into an authoritative voice on sustainability issues. 

November 21, 2022

In this week’s FB Roundup, Andrew Forrest launches a $25 billion Ukraine reconstruction fund; Tom Ford becomes a billionaire after selling his fashion brand to Estée Lauder; and Masayoshi Son faces a $4.7 billion SoftBank bill.

Billionaire Andrew Forrest launches $25 billion Ukraine reconstruction fund
Andrew Forrest, the Australian mining billionaire best known as the former chief executive officer of Fortescue Metals Group (FMG), has committed $740 million of his own fortune to the Ukraine Green Growth Initiative.

November 3, 2022

The chair of Campden Family Connect’s Indian Family Office Forum on November 23, 2022, in Mumbai, India, talks about adaptability and open-mindedness, learning and innovation.

A living, breathing definition of the term ‘Value-add’, Dr. Aarti Gupta has been diversifying and expanding her husband’s family’s investments for more than a decade, while developing and growing her own hugely successful venture portfolio.

November 1, 2022

In this week’s FB Roundup, Samsung names billionaire family member Jay Y. Lee as executive chairman; Purplebricks founder Michael Bruce sees property portal Boomin go bust and Daniel Kretinsky is cleared to increase his stake in Royal Mail.

Samsung names billionaire family member Jay Y. Lee as executive chairman
Following a full pardon for crimes including embezzlement and bribery, Jay Y. Lee has been appointed as Samsung’s executive chairman.

October 28, 2022

Helping the next generation learn leadership skills is possible in a virtual world. But it’s harder and we need to work harder at it, says Mark Essex.

Leading teams in a virtual world is harder. It requires effort, concentration and planning. But, for business leaders passing on their experience gained over a lifetime, it’s an investment. And the return is higher for family businesses.

October 14, 2022

In a tight labour market where talent is scarce, family business should make a virtue of their optionality and flexibility on this issue to attract talent, says Mark Essex.

The invention of email is 51 years old and has been a staple tool of office workers for at least 25 years. However, in that time we still haven’t really adopted a set of ubiquitous norms; we still receive hundreds of messages a day and use basically the same workflow for “Fancy a brew” as “Please see attached a multi-million pound contract”.

October 11, 2022

Despite the many differences among family offices, they all need flexible, cost-effective management of their financial assets. Choosing the right custody model is key to meeting this need, says BNY Mellon Wealth Management.

Despite the many differences among family offices, they all need flexible, cost-effective management of their financial assets. Choosing the right custody model is key to meeting this need.

September 2, 2022

With many employers introducing models that combine in-office and remote work, some of the more traditional family offices are still resisting the move to hybrid working. David Morel, CEO of Tiger Recruitment, asks, when the world around them is changing, what risks do they face if they hold back?

Hybrid working is gathering pace. Research consistently shows it is the arrangement most employees prefer, and increasingly employers are responding by introducing models that combine in-office and remote work. Even leading investment banks, including Deutsche Bank, BNP Paribas and Barclays, are committing to more flexible working.

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