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April 19, 2022

Post COVID-19 pandemic, growth is now being crimped by global supply issues, fuelling higher inflation around the world—a trend that is not going to be as transitory as some people had initially hoped, says Titanbay's Hakki Mustafa.

March 2, 2022

In this week’s FB Roundup, Josh Liberman's family office backs new tech in Israel; Rockefeller Capital Management appoints a new chairman; and UBS’ Global Family Office is restructured.

Josh Liberman family office backs new tech in Israel

Serial investor Josh Liberman is turning his attention to the rising Israeli technology scene with a partnership between his family office, Josh Liberman Investment Group, and Tel Aviv-based firm 10D.

A member of one of Australia’s wealthiest families, having made their fortune in oil, textiles, retailing and property, Liberman has formed Lumir Ventures to focus on backing Israeli companies. 

January 5, 2022

Smaller institutional investors have traditionally found it difficult to invest in private markets due to limited access. Titanbay CEO Thomas Eskebaek explains how its platform is helping solve the problem.

Smaller institutional investors have traditionally found it difficult to invest in private markets due to limited access. Titanbay CEO Thomas Eskebaek explains how its platform is helping solve the problem.

Private markets are booming. Over the past decade, average returns on top quartile private equity funds have exceeded 20%, according to Preqin. Global private equity net asset value has grown more than seven-fold since 2002, almost double the growth in public equity markets.

April 22, 2021

Dietmar Schmitt, a prolific international trader, says his new fund is ready to capitalise on Brexit and is calling for family investors.

Dietmar Schmitt, a prolific international trader, says his new fund is ready to capitalise on Brexit and is calling for family investors.

Schmitt is the founding chief executive and chief investment officer of SAM Capital Partners, an independent alternative investments firm, based in London.

August 12, 2019

A surge in the number of billionaires has made Asian family offices an El Dorado for wealth managers lured by the prospect of bigger pay packages and more varied work.

A surge in the number of billionaires has made Asian family offices an El Dorado for wealth managers lured by the prospect of bigger pay packages and more varied work.

August 18, 2017

The burgeoning number of young investors looking to create positive impact along with profits are being encouraged to “do their homework” as so-called “impact investing” becomes more mainstream.

The burgeoning number of young investors looking to create positive impact along with profits are being encouraged to “do their homework” as so-called “impact investing” becomes more mainstream.

New research by Morgan Stanley’s Institute for Sustainable Investing shows millennials are driving the $9 trillion sustainable investment market, and are twice as likely as other investors to put money into companies and funds targeting social or environmental goals.

September 20, 2016

Ultra high net worth families are faced with an ongoing series of highly complex, multigenerational wealth management challenges. CampdenFB explores the latest research.

July 7, 2016

As Risk and Return in Latin America is published, John Moore, chairman of Morgan Stanley’s Latin American business, highlights the factors that can influence how families manage their wealth

As Risk and Return in Latin America is published, John Moore, chairman of Morgan Stanley’s Latin American business, highlights the factors that can influence how families manage their wealth

CampdenFB (FB):What can Latin American families gain from opening a family office?

July 7, 2016

The growing number of Latin American ultra-high net worth families and an increasing international focus as the next generation go abroad for education, mean Latin America’s wealthy are re-balancing risk and returns, locally and offshore. 

The growing number of Latin American ultra-high net worth families and an increasing international focus as the next generation go abroad for education, mean Latin America’s wealthy are re-balancing risk and returns, locally and offshore.

Although Chilean businessman Andrónico Luksic Abaroa’s life did not quite qualify as a rags-to-riches tale – as a youngster he attended the Sorbonne, albeit briefly – his wealth was self-made.

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