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February 21, 2020

An inconvenient side effect to living in today’s fully digitised world is that threats have also gone digital—become more difficult to discover, track and neutralise. All financial institutions are now faced with the colossal task of protecting against increased threats to their business, no matter how ‘under the radar’ their profiles have traditionally been—family offices included.

An inconvenient side effect to living in today’s fully digitised world is that threats have also gone digital—become more difficult to discover, track and neutralise. All financial institutions are now faced with the colossal task of protecting against increased threats to their business, no matter how ‘under the radar’ their profiles have traditionally been—family offices included.

February 14, 2020

Inditex pumps $9.2 million into social welfare; Benetton fires photographer over bridge remark; Frederick Koch, US philanthropist, dies aged 86.

Ortego-owned Inditex pumps $9.2 million into social welfare

The Ortega family-owned Spanish fashion giant Inditex, best known for its high street retail chain Zara, will give €8.5 million ($9.2 million) to the Catholic Church’s charitable organisation Caritas Spain for social employment and circular economy efforts.

January 30, 2020

The Campden Wealth North American Family Enterprise Conference in Phoenix on 24-26 February is the ideal event for significant wealth holding entrepreneurs and multigenerational families and their executives from across the Americas—find out why you need to attend.

The Campden Wealth North American Family Enterprise Conference in Phoenix on 24-26 February is the ideal event for significant wealth holding entrepreneurs and multigenerational families and their executives from across the Americas—find out why you need to attend.

January 21, 2020

A quarter of family offices are already engaged in impact investing, a sector with assets worth $502 billion in 2019, roughly double the year before, but how can families really make a positive impact and return?

A quarter of family offices are already engaged in impact investing, a sector with assets worth $502 billion in 2019, roughly double the year before, but how can families really make a positive impact and return?

January 20, 2020

Traditional billionaire philanthropists say they want to give back to society, but saving the world is falling to the next generation of ultra-wealth holders, a new Campden Wealth report reveals.

Traditional billionaire philanthropists say they want to give back to society, but saving the world is falling to the next generation of ultra-wealth holders, a new Campden Wealth report reveals.

December 12, 2019

Pinault family’s Kering explores a Moncler takeover, Charles Koch and George Soros unite against the US war industry, and Blue Haven, Rockefeller and Ford foundations help launch an impact fund.

Pinault family’s Kering explores Moncler takeover

The rivalry between the Pinault and Arnault luxury family businesses appears to be intensifying with Kering in talks to acquire Moncler only weeks after LVMH bought Tiffany and Co for $16 billion.

November 18, 2019

From private foundation to public charity, The Pew Charitable Trusts has worked to improve the world. But how can the organisation deal with complex global issues in an era of hostile populism and nationalism?

In November 2006, the US city of Philadelphia was suddenly thrown into a cultural crisis. Thomas Jefferson University, a Philadelphia medical school, announced it had agreed to sell The Gross Clinic—Thomas Eakin’s treasured artwork of 1875 depicting world-famous Philadelphian surgeon Samuel Gross operating on a man in front of an audience of students and colleagues.

September 25, 2019

Rapid growth in the number of ultra-wealthy individuals worldwide has slowed to a crawl and their total wealth has dropped for the first time in three years to $32.3 trillion.

Rapid growth in the number of ultra-wealthy individuals worldwide has slowed to a crawl and their total wealth has dropped for the first time in three years to $32.3 trillion.

September 16, 2019

While some families have one vehicle for their charitable giving, the 11th-generation Hoare family channel their generosity and financial acumen into a suite of philanthropic ventures. James Beech speaks to Alexander Hoare

The family behind England’s oldest privately-owned bank have been giving to charitable causes for more than three hundred years. Now, both its principal and millennial scion are investing their time and talents into a fresh initiative to support early-stage social enterprises at the grassroots, where the need is greatest.

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