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March 28, 2021

Rajesh Dempo, a third-generation scion of Goa’s prominent Dempo business dynasty, says his diversified Vision Dempo group was expanding at pace just before the Covid-19 outbreak in India, but strategic lessons are now being learned from handling the crisis to enhance operations and opportunities.

Rajesh Dempo, a third-generation scion of Goa’s prominent Dempo business dynasty, says his diversified Vision Dempo group was expanding at pace just before the Covid-19 outbreak in India, but strategic lessons are now being learned from handling the crisis to enhance operations and opportunities.

Dempo finds himself at the sharp end of the coronavirus pandemic’s impacts on society with his dynamic group of companies trading in real estate, hospitality, healthcare, education and film production and entertainment sectors.

March 27, 2021

James Packer’s Crown Resorts considers $6.2 billion Blackstone bid, Next-gen hotel heir David Marriott to succeed father Bill Marriott, Grosvenor Estate appoints new family office head in management revamp.

James Packer’s Crown Resorts considers $6.2 billion Blackstone bid

Crown Resorts, Australia’s largest casino operator and majority owned by billionaire heir James Packer, is mulling an acquisition offer of $6.2 billion from US private equity giant Blackstone.

March 19, 2021

The tragic death of Olivier Dassault in a helicopter accident brings into focus how life can change—and end—in an instant, leaving families in shock and facing the difficult challenges of traumatic bereavement.

The tragic death of Olivier Dassault in a helicopter accident brings into focus how life can change—and end—in an instant, leaving families in shock and facing the difficult challenges of traumatic bereavement.

March 18, 2021

Family businesses demonstrate greater resilience than non-family firms during the Covid-19 pandemic due to their patient capital, social responsibility and accelerated business transformation, but the crisis has brought home the need for families to formalise and communicate their succession plans.

Family businesses demonstrate greater resilience than non-family firms during the Covid-19 pandemic due to their patient capital, social responsibility and accelerated business transformation, but the crisis has brought home the need for families to formalise and communicate their succession plans.

March 17, 2021

The altruistic next generation of family business leaders is the driving force behind families increasingly integrating philanthropy into their business practices, but they want to effect positive change now, rather than leave charity to the family legacy.

The altruistic next generation of family business leaders is the driving force behind families increasingly integrating philanthropy into their business practices, but they want to effect positive change now, rather than leave charity to the family legacy.

Technology is democratising giving and enabling family philanthropists to respond and measure in real-time. However, the Covid-19 crisis has not—and will not—change the fundamental patterns of giving, only exacerbate existing issues.

March 11, 2021

Qualifying family offices and private investors will hear exclusive proposals from a sky-high telecoms vehicle, a next-gen cancer and Covid therapeutic, a sports betting platform and a low-cost tidal electricity generator, at the 9th virtual Campden Wealth Funds & Direct Investments Event on 15 April.

Qualifying family offices and private investors will hear exclusive proposals from a sky-high telecoms vehicle, a next-gen cancer and Covid therapeutic, a sports betting platform and a low-cost tidal electricity generator, at the 9th virtual Campden Wealth Funds & Direct Investments Event on 15 April.

Each of the four investment opportunities will be introduced in 15-minute slots to all family offices and investors who will be able to ask questions and discuss the potential.

March 9, 2021

It was recently reported in the British press that bragging rights could be earned amongst ultra-wealthy families and their family offices by paying more tax, not less. But how did we get here and what does it mean for family offices in the future, particularly as governments around the world count the financial costs of the Covid-19 pandemic?

It was recently reported in the British press that bragging rights could be earned amongst ultra-wealthy families and their family offices by paying more tax, not less.

March 8, 2021

End of a 247-year era as Birkenstock sells control to Bernard Arnault, Tata Group finalising e-commerce BigBasket deal, Sheldon Adelson’s Las Vegas Sands exits The Strip for Asia.

End of a 247-year era as Birkenstock sells control to Bernard Arnault

Germany’s sixth-generation Birkenstock family will sell a majority stake in its historic footwear business to the family interests of Bernard Arnault, principal of French luxury goods empire LVMH.

March 4, 2021

The UK Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced his 2021 UK Budget with two significant goals: To provide support for households and businesses through the final stage of the coronavirus pandemic and to provide a roadmap for how the government plans to reduce the fiscal deficit over time and pay for pandemic support measures.

The UK Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced his 2021 UK Budget with two significant goals:

1. Provide support for households and businesses through the final stage of the coronavirus pandemic.

2. Provide a roadmap for how the government plans to reduce the fiscal deficit over time and pay for pandemic support measures.

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