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In this week’s FB Roundup, property developer Nick Candy enlists a football legend for his Chelsea takeover bid; Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al Khalifa buys a stake in an ethical fintech startup; and Dr. Kiran Patel expands his investment into electric vehicles.

In this week’s FB Roundup, property developer Nick Candy enlists a football legend for his Chelsea takeover bid; Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al Khalifa buys a stake in an ethical fintech startup; and Dr. Kiran Patel expands his investment into electric vehicles.

The family talent advisor, successor development coach and former head of the Musgrave family council talks to Campden FB about successful successorship, encouraging talent and the importance of being fully informed.

The family talent advisor, successor development coach and former head of the Musgrave family council talks to Campden FB about successful successorship, encouraging talent and the importance of being fully informed.

UNICEF’s NextGen Global Principals are spearheading a drive to raise funds for Blue Dot Center havens as the crisis in Ukraine continues. Campden FB talks to James Elder, UNICEF’s spokesperson on the frontline about how ultra-high net worth families and individuals can help.

UNICEF’s NextGen Global Principals are spearheading a drive to raise funds for Blue Dot Center havens as the crisis in Ukraine continues. Campden FB talks to James Elder, UNICEF’s spokesperson on the frontline about how ultra-high net worth families and individuals can help.

In this week’s FB Roundup, Peloton founder John Foley sells shares to Dell family firm; Barry Sternlicht family office invests in hotel software; and former Abbot Downing family office head Jack Ginter launches service for UHNW clients.

In this week’s FB Roundup, Peloton founder John Foley sells shares to Dell family firm; Barry Sternlicht family office invests in hotel software; and former Abbot Downing family office head Jack Ginter launches service for UHNW clients.

From NFTs to online viewing rooms to metaverse-based auction houses, the future looks bright for digital art lovers. But can real-life, traditional art investment ever truly be replaced?

From NFTs to online viewing rooms to metaverse-based auction houses, the future looks bright for digital art lovers. But can real-life, traditional art investment ever truly be replaced?

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