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October 4, 2021

Family offices are evolving—what should you be focusing on in the future? Share your insights in our new survey.

Family offices are evolving—what should you be focusing on in the future?

In partnership with TMF Group, Campden Wealth is delighted to be working on a new survey that will highlight the latest trends and issues facing family offices.

The aim is to uncover attitudes on the changing landscape and find ways to generate efficiencies, ease the administrative burden and capitalise on specialists’ skill sets.

September 27, 2021

In a post-pandemic world, many new opportunities and challenges lie ahead for family-owned businesses and business families.

In a post-pandemic world, many new opportunities and challenges lie ahead for family-owned businesses and business families.

June 30, 2021

Campden Wealth invites family office principals and executives to share their experiences of venture capital investing in a new survey.

Campden Wealth invites family office principals and executives to share their experiences of venture capital investing in a new survey.

June 8, 2021

Campden Wealth is delving deeper into the world’s $5.9 trillion family office space for its flagship research study and is calling for your insights in its new survey.

Campden Wealth is delving deeper into the world’s $5.9 trillion family office space for its flagship research study and is calling for your insights in its new survey.

December 2, 2020

How do attitudes towards the rich differ in the United Kingdom, France, Germany and the United States? The wealthy and ultra-wealthy are increasingly the targets of criticism and, as often in history, they become scapegoats for negative social developments, says renowned German author and journalist Rainer Zitelmann.

How do attitudes towards the rich differ in the United Kingdom, France, Germany and the United States? The wealthy and ultra-wealthy are increasingly the targets of criticism and, as often in history, they become scapegoats for negative social developments, says renowned German author and journalist Rainer Zitelmann.

September 6, 2020

Cue Gaelic’s Storm Titanic party song that is the guilty toe-tapping pleasure of anyone alive during the 1990s. The only thing I know that gets people out of their seats and dance as well as this Irish classic is the yields being farmed and 1,000X returns traders are realising on crypto in DeFi this summer. But what is Decentralised Finance and is it just 2020’s new crypto buzzword, or is it radically transforming financial and capital markets as we know them?

Cue Gaelic’s Storm Titanic party song that is the guilty toe-tapping pleasure of anyone alive during the 1990s. The only thing I know that gets people out of their seats and dance as well as this Irish classic is the yields being farmed and 1,000X returns traders are realising on crypto in DeFi this summer. But what is Decentralised Finance and is it just 2020’s new crypto buzzword, or is it radically transforming financial and capital markets as we know them?

May 31, 2020

LXRepair will present to global investors its new approach to personalised cancer therapies at the Campden Wealth MedTech Investing Europe Conference in September 2020.

LXRepair will present to global investors its new approach to personalised cancer therapies at the Campden Wealth MedTech Investing Europe Conference in September 2020.

The French medtech company is pioneering the development of functional comprehensive DNA repair and DDR assay and has researched the science behind DNA repair mechanisms and in vitro diagnostics for cancer over the past 25 years.

January 20, 2020

Traditional billionaire philanthropists say they want to give back to society, but saving the world is falling to the next generation of ultra-wealth holders, a new Campden Wealth report reveals.

Traditional billionaire philanthropists say they want to give back to society, but saving the world is falling to the next generation of ultra-wealth holders, a new Campden Wealth report reveals.

September 23, 2019

More than half of the world’s leading family office principals say they expect a market downturn to start in 2020 and are considering how to safeguard against potential losses and capitalise on new opportunities.

More than half of the world’s leading family office principals say they expect a market downturn to start in 2020 and are considering how to safeguard against potential losses and capitalise on new opportunities.

Nearly half (45%) of principals surveyed said they were re-aligning their investment strategy to manage risk or take advantage of opportunistic events (42%). Another two-fifths (42%) said they were increasing their cash reserves, while a fifth (22%) are reducing leverage exposure within their investments.

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