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August 19, 2010

Reliance Broadcast Network, a subsidiary of the family-owned Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Group, announced 18 August it has signed a joint venture agreement with US-based CBS Studios International to provide a new set of TV channels in India.

Reliance Broadcast Network, a subsidiary of the family-owned Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Group, announced 18 August it has signed a joint venture agreement with US-based CBS Studios International to provide a new set of TV channels in India.

Reliance and CBS will both have a 50% equity share in the new company, called BIG CBS Networks, which will initially create three new English language TV channels. The deal is a first for both companies as they attempt to tap into India's growing TV market.

June 28, 2010

The latest edition of Campden FO, the magazine dedicated to the global family office community, is now available. There are two areas of focus to this issue: tax and family offices in Asia.

The latest edition of Campden FO, the magazine dedicated to the global family office community, is now available. There are two areas of focus to this issue: tax and family offices in Asia. Click here to go straight to the issue.

July 1, 2006

There’s money to be made from globalisation. Thematic investing allows business families to look at the financial world in a new light, taking advantage of the emerging markets and changing macroeconomic trends. Eric Sarasin explains how business families can profit

Eric Sarasin is head of private banking at Bank Sarasin in Switzerland, and a member of the bank's founding family.

There's money to be made from globalisation. Thematic investing allows business families to look at the financial world in a new light, taking advantage of the emerging markets and changing macroeconomic trends. Eric Sarasin explains how business families can profit

September 1, 2005

Any business that sets its sights on expansion could do worse than look east. The burgeoning markets in Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Turkey are fast catching up with the established zones in the west and Asia, writes Frederick Metz Shepperd

Frederick Metz Shepperd is managing director of the Quadral Group, a consulting firm with offices in Europe and North America. www.quadralgroup.com

Any business that sets its sights on expansion could do worse than look east. The burgeoning markets in Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Turkey are fast catching up with the established zones in the west and Asia, writes Frederick Metz Shepperd

January 1, 2004

Although signs of economic recovery are emerging in key markets around the globe, Robert Game suggests that investors looking to extend their property portfolios should look at the big picture before taking the plunge, particularly in terms of capital appreciation versus wealth preservation

Robert Game is Head of Real Estate Advisory at The Citigroup Private Bank Europe.

Although signs of economic recovery are emerging in key markets around the globe, Robert Game suggests that investors looking to extend their property portfolios should look at the big picture before taking the plunge, particularly in terms of capital appreciation versus wealth preservation

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