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  • Fifth generation members of the Cooper brewing dynasty were urged to forge their own careers by their fourth-gen father when their Australian family business was struggling to survive in the 1970s.

  • Almost half of the world’s family office principals believe their next generation is not ready to inherit the family’s wealth and power, despite the sharp increase in succession plans in place.

  • CampdenFB celebrates this month the 75 leading lights in the family business and family office space over its 75 issues. Last week we profiled some of the inspirational figures in Asia-Pacific and we looked at the major players in the Americas in the week before. This week we take a look at the influential up-and-comers in the Emerging Markets of the Middle East and Africa.

  • Europa-Park founder Roland Mack measures success in succession, Grupo Bimbo spends dough on British bagels, Pinault and Arnault families give $330 million to Notre Dame restoration.

  • British family business Hays Travel says it will buy the entire property portfolio of the collapsed travel group Thomas Cook and save up to 2,500 jobs.

  • CampdenFB celebrates this month the 75 leading lights in the family business and family office space over its 75 issues. Last week we profiled some of the inspirational figures in the Americas—this week we take a look at the major players in the dynamic region of Asia-Pacific.

  • Australia’s leading family of brewers has restructured its senior management to enable the fifth generation to transfer from commercial to custodial roles while the upcoming sixth generation learns the business.

  • JCB digs into record sales against softening markets, IKEA assembles 5% increase in sales after transformation, American, Chinese sales help brew 39% profit for illycaffe.

  • CampdenFB has featured many of the leading lights in the family business and family office space over its 75 issues. Here we take a look at some of the icons in the world of business families plus the up-and-comers taking the community into the 21st century

  • Family investors collecting art for passion or profit, or a blend of both, should pay for the best example of an artist’s work they can, in a market made erratic by geopolitical uncertainty, say vendors at the latest LAPADA Art and Antiques Fair in London.

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