Latest issue of CampdenFO: Breaking Brics

China’s billionaires are more prevalent today than any other country in the world bar the US. The development of China and the other Bric countries – Brazil, India and Russia – is arguably the biggest economic phenomenon of the last 30 years. Certainly, it has, and still is, changing the world. For investors it has often been a rollercoaster ride, with some making fortunes and others losing them. But is the Bric phenomenon beginning to falter? CampdenFO tries to answer the question, and looks at the new markets – called things like the Next 11 and the Civets – that are increasingly tempting investors.
 
Our emerging markets theme continues throughout the magazine with a profile of the family office of one of Africa’s richest men, Theophilus Danjuma.

Also in this edition, we highlight the main findings of our latest research on Russia and its entrepreneurs. Some of them are concerned about corporate governance in the country and few are interested in passing their business on to the next generation.
 
CampdenFO’s regular philanthropy feature in this quarter is on the Tony Elumelu Foundation, which believes strongly that Africa’s prosperity lies with the private sector and entrepreneurship.
 
To top off this edition, we also write up the main findings of Campden’s annual European family office research, and include an investment piece on exchange traded funds.

Launched in 2008, CampdenFO is the only global magazine dedicated to covering the growing market of private single and multifamily offices.

Published quarterly, CampdenFO is quickly setting the agenda in this hard-to-reach space by examining current trends, governance and investment best practice, wealth management and exclusive interviews with influential family offices. CampdenFO is a controlled circulation publication that is delivered exclusively to 5,500 qualified single and multi family offices.