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February 6, 2021

Danish Povlsen family’s Bestseller in UK Asos Top Shop deal, German family-controlled Bertelsmann mulls sale of French media group M6, Google co-founder Sergey Brin joins billionaire rush for Singapore family offices.

Danish Povlsen family Bestseller in UK Asos Top Shop deal

Anders Holch Povlsen, the second-generation Danish online retail billionaire, is behind the £295 million ($403 million) acquisition for UK high street names Topshop, Topman and Miss Selfridge.

January 29, 2021

Family distanced in revamped Ferragamo board amid slumping revenues, Rupert Murdoch ‘far from done’ at News Corp and warns of woke censorship, Crisis strategy helps H&M recover from lockdowns.

Family distanced in revamped Ferragamo board amid slumping revenues

The Ferragamo family is expected to streamline the management board of its luxury goods brand as it attempts to rally from the coronavirus impact on its global revenues.

October 23, 2020

Forrest mining family office Tattarang diversifies into apparel brand RM Williams, Ferragamo family denies minority stake sale claim, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior power LVMH rebound.

Forrest mining family diversifies into apparel brand RM Williams

Andrew Forrest, the Australian mining magnate and family office principal, says he is “incredibly proud and humbled” to return a former family business to Australian ownership in a $135 million acquisition indirectly from the French family-owned luxury giant LVMH.

October 3, 2020

Walton family’s Walmart sells Asda to British billionaire brothers, Persson family’s H&M closes 250 stores and ramps up online investment, Lotte Group prepares for the hands-free “untact” future today.

Walton family’s Walmart sells Asda to British billionaire brothers

Walmart, the world’s largest family business, has sold most of its ownership of the Asda supermarket chain in the UK after 21 years to a fledgling British family business owned by the billionaire Issa brothers for £6.8 billion ($8.7 billion).

May 29, 2020

The coronavirus outbreak has prompted many families to re-evaluate what is important in life and portfolios, and with lockdowns restricting world views to the immediate four walls, is art collecting due for a renaissance?

The coronavirus outbreak has prompted many families to re-evaluate what is important in life and portfolios, and with lockdowns restricting world views to the immediate four walls, is art collecting due for a renaissance?

September 12, 2019

The matriarch of UK family business Barbour says understated product upgrades and investment in talent are key in their global lifestyle brand’s longevity and sustainability over five generations.

The matriarch of UK family business Barbour says understated product upgrades and investment in talent are key in their global lifestyle brand’s longevity and sustainability over five generations.

August 30, 2018

Ermenegildo Zegna is renowned for its luxury menswear, but the Italian family-owned group is pursuing American women and millennials and consolidating its Asian market with its $500 million takeover of US label Thom Browne.

Ermenegildo Zegna is renowned for its luxury menswear, but the Italian family-owned group is pursuing American women and millennials and consolidating its Asian market with its $500 million takeover of US label Thom Browne.

June 29, 2018

Chanel reveals $10 billion turnover, Wang family buy German auto parts maker, and British chocolate legend dies

Chanel reveals $10 billion turnover

Chanel has broken a century of silence over its financial results, revealing it brought in $9.6 billion in 2017.

The company, owned by the Wertheimer family, has long been suspected to rule the luxury brands, and its first results release confirmed this. Its nearest competitor, Gucci, turned over $7.2 billion in 2017.

June 28, 2018

Food and hospitality is “the next business frontier” for Europe’s luxury fashion families, with Bulgari descendant and investor Francesco Trapani the latest to help himself to a side of Italy’s food industry.

Food and hospitality is “the next business frontier” for Europe’s luxury fashion families, with Bulgari descendant and investor Francesco Trapani the latest to help himself to a side of Italy’s food industry.

Trapani, who sold his family’s stake in jeweller Bulgari to LVMH in 2011 for €4.8 billion ($5.5 billion), has added Italian pizza chain Briscola and gelato maker Geloso to his portfolio, alongside the 5% stake he owns in Tiffany.

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