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March 3, 2022

Increasing inflation volatility represents the greatest challenge to investors for a generation. A new regime and the collapse of the financial market status quo requires us to reimagine portfolios. No longer can we rely on yesterday’s logic says Ruffer’s chief investment officer Henry Maxey.

Increasing inflation volatility represents the greatest challenge to investors for a generation. A new regime and the collapse of the financial market status quo requires us to reimagine portfolios. No longer can we rely on yesterday’s logic.

“Inflation is the endgame. Just brace for inflation volatility first.”

This was the punchline of my 2021 Ruffer Review article.

March 2, 2022

In this week’s FB Roundup, Josh Liberman's family office backs new tech in Israel; Rockefeller Capital Management appoints a new chairman; and UBS’ Global Family Office is restructured.

Josh Liberman family office backs new tech in Israel

Serial investor Josh Liberman is turning his attention to the rising Israeli technology scene with a partnership between his family office, Josh Liberman Investment Group, and Tel Aviv-based firm 10D.

A member of one of Australia’s wealthiest families, having made their fortune in oil, textiles, retailing and property, Liberman has formed Lumir Ventures to focus on backing Israeli companies. 

February 28, 2022

The next-gen managing director of office park developer GAR Corporation talks to Campden FB about adapting and evolving while sticking to what you know.

Abhinav Ram Reddy, the managing director of Hyderabad-based office park developer GAR Corporation, knows all too well the havoc the unexpected can wreak. Having weathered the COVID-19 pandemic and now looking forward to shepherding his family-run business into a bright future, Reddy is perfectly suited to chair Campden Family Connect’s Indian Families in Business Forum on April 21 in Mumbai, India.

February 25, 2022

The chairman of Campden Club’s two-day event on February 23 and 24 talks to Campden FB about his biggest takeaways.

Over two days at London’s County Hall, members of ultra-high net worth financial families took part in a series of revelatory presentations, workshops and sessions in which the future of alternative investment was discussed.

Fabrizio Arengi Bentivoglio, chief executive officer of private investment family office Fidia Holding, chaired the proceedings and here takes us through his key findings:

February 24, 2022

Russell Investments’ alternative investments client portfolio manager Darren Spencer discusses why venture capital should be a focus for all serious investors.

February 18, 2022

With 2022 holding out the prospect of growth and relatively greater stability than recent years, KPMG partner Tom McGinness anticipates a few key subjects on the family business agenda.

With 2022 holding out the prospect of growth and relatively greater stability than recent years, KPMG partner Tom McGinness anticipates a few key subjects on the family business agenda.
 

Diversification-led acquisitions

February 17, 2022

The co-founder and president of leading blockchain specialists GDA Capital talks to us about getting started in digital asset investment, the perfect working day and what keeps him up at night.

A serial entrepreneur with a history of bringing disruptive technology to market, David Shafrir is the co-founder and president of GDA Capital, an advisory firm specialising in helping blockchain companies to scale globally, with a particular focus on cryptocurrency, non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and the Metaverse.

Where are you right now?
I am based in Toronto. Currently I’m in our offices in downtown Toronto.

February 17, 2022

KPMG family office and private client team partner Jo Bateson talks about the key takeaways from the UK Government’s Tax Administration and Maintenance Day.

KPMG family office and private client team partner Jo Bateson talks about the key takeaways from the UK Government’s Tax Administration and Maintenance Day.

February 16, 2022

In this week’s FB Roundup, billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller sells off his stock in Facebook owner Meta, Goldman Sachs creates a family office for senior employees and an Australian multi-family office sees a huge return on investment in Fortnite gaming company.

Stanley Druckenmiller dumps stake in Facebook parent Meta

The family office of billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller ditched a $35.9 million stake in Facebook parent Meta and revealed new investments worth $67 million in social media company Snap Inc. and nearly $100 million in oil corporation Chevron.

The share sale by the New York-based Duquesne Family Office suggests Meta’s shift in focus to the metaverse may not have represented a compelling case for Druckenmiller.

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