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Held in association with Societe Generale Private Banking at a gala dinner at El Palace Hotel, the annual awards, now in their third year, recognise European family businesses that excel in stewardship and governance, as well as revenue growth and profits.
The SEC has issued an investor bulletin, raising concerns over fees and whether or not clients understand how their financial adviser is compensated.
STEVEN A. COHEN, the billionaire hedge fund manager, has been in the news for a string of insider trading convictions of current or former portfolio managers at his SAC Capital Advisors. But less attention has been given to his decision to convert his hedge fund into a family office to free himself from Securities and Exchange Commission regulations.
Today UBS and Campden Wealth published the key findings of the Turkish Entrepreneurship Report, which offers unique insight into the thoughts of Turkey’s dynamic, influential entrepreneur class.
A family business leader committed to improving transparency, accountability and corporate governance in the Arab world has been named philanthropist of the year at the second annual Campden Wealth Middle East Philanthropy Awards, in association with Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB).
European family offices are experiencing a resurgence in confidence as the global financial system stabilizes, though single and multi-family offices are finding it difficult to look beyond short-term investment horizons, according to the 6th annual European Family Office Survey.
Few more days before nominations close for Campden Wealth’s Middle East Philanthropy Awards 2013, being held in association with Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank.
Hong Kong (22 October 2013) - Asia-Pacific’s wealthiest investors are moving much more of their money into direct investment opportunities and away from capital markets as they see greater opportunities in other businesses and real estate rather than equity and bond markets. In this respect, family offices in the region are following trends in Europe, where concern over some financial products has led many of them to embrace direct investing in a more concerted manner in the last few years.
London/Moscow (9 October 2013) - “In Russia, risk and opportunity always go hand in hand which explains higher returns in comparison with the rest of the world. Anything less than a 30% return on investment is uninteresting. This is our reality.”