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.”
Abu Dhabi: Campden Wealth and the Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB) are proud to announce they will host the Middle East Philanthropy Awards 2013 this December, following last year’s successful inaugural event.
Wealth in the Middle East, and particularly in the six countries that make up the Gulf Cooperation Council (“GCC”), is a global phenomenon today.
Successful family business in their fourth generation "prune" out next gens to ensure that only family members committed to the longevity of the business remain within the ownership structure, according to research.
Wealthy Millennials Build Huge SRI Appetite
Finnish automotive company Broman Group has taken the top honour at this year's CampdenFB European Families in Business Awards.
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