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April 13, 2021

Covid-19 did not affect all European commercial real estate in the same way—hotels and non-food retail assets were particularly affected, but leasing activity in logistics was very resilient.

Covid-19 did not affect all European commercial real estate in the same way—hotels and non-food retail assets were particularly affected, but leasing activity in logistics was very resilient.

Amundi’s likely, but not certain, central economic scenario is an increase in global GDP in 2021 however, the recovery may be bumpy, with epidemic outbreaks and lockdown measures through the fourth quarter of 2021.

But what are the opportunities and challenges in real estate for 2021? And what are the overall trends for the asset-class?

March 3, 2021

Blending the strengths of family businesses with the growth strategies of non-family multinationals is an approach the third-generation family principal of Borosil wants to discuss at the upcoming Indian Families in Business Forum.

Blending the strengths of family businesses with the growth strategies of non-family multinationals is an approach the third-generation family principal of Borosil wants to discuss at the upcoming Indian Families in Business Forum.

February 13, 2021

Arnault family’s L Catterton in rumoured Birkenstock takeover bid, Mining magnate Gina Rinehart backs lithium venture, Rocketing e-commerce powers L’Oreal recovery.

Arnault family’s L Catterton in rumoured Birkenstock takeover bid

Birkenstock, the sixth-generation family-owned business and the German footwear industry’s largest employer, could be the next $4.8 billion acquisition by the Arnault family’s private equity firm.

February 6, 2021

Danish Povlsen family’s Bestseller in UK Asos Top Shop deal, German family-controlled Bertelsmann mulls sale of French media group M6, Google co-founder Sergey Brin joins billionaire rush for Singapore family offices.

Danish Povlsen family Bestseller in UK Asos Top Shop deal

Anders Holch Povlsen, the second-generation Danish online retail billionaire, is behind the £295 million ($403 million) acquisition for UK high street names Topshop, Topman and Miss Selfridge.

January 15, 2021

Chung family driving Hyundai make $2 billion on Apple tie-up reports, Bacardi raises the bar on post-Covid ‘mindful drinking’ trend, Associated British Foods stares at $1.4 billion sales loss but rules out Primark e-commerce.

Chung family driving Hyundai make $2 billion on Apple tie-up reports

The Chung family in control of Hyundai became almost $2 billion better off when South Korean media reported the automaker was in early talks of a partnership with Apple, Inc.

Share prices in Hyundai Motor Co soared by up to 25% in Seoul last week, which boosted the family fortunes of Euisun Chung (picture), 50, chairman, and his father, Mong-Koo, 82. Together they hold about 8% of stock in the group, but maintain influence through complex governance arrangements.

January 12, 2021

The year 2020 will loom large on financial markets for many years to come. As we cautiously make our way out of the crisis, Duncan MacInnes and Fiona Ker review the more startling developments of the last year, share their insights into the ongoing recovery and look ahead to some of key challenges facing investors in 2021.

The year 2020 will loom large on financial markets for many years to come.

As we cautiously make our way out of the crisis, Duncan MacInnes and Fiona Ker, of Ruffer LLP, review the more startling developments of the last year, share their insights into the ongoing recovery and look ahead to some of key challenges facing investors in 2021.

December 6, 2020

Second UK lockdown cost Weston family’s Primark $579 million in sales, Red Bull energises Yoovidhya family of inventor with $257 million payout, Lord Bamford gives JCB staff an extra holiday to mark 75th anniversary.

Second lockdown costs Weston family’s Primark $579 million in sales

The Weston family-controlled food and retail giant Associated British Foods estimates it lost £430 million ($579 million) in sales while its high street fashion retailer Primark was closed during the latest coronavirus lockdown.

December 2, 2020

The unique shape of the Covid-19 crisis and accompanying recession has meant some industries have thrived while others have dived. In caricature, everyone now uses Zoom and Peloton, while offices and gyms were forced to close.

The unique shape of the Covid-19 crisis and accompanying recession has meant some industries have thrived while others have dived. In caricature, everyone now uses Zoom and Peloton, while offices and gyms were forced to close.

What does the K mean? Online shopping wins, traditional retailing loses. Commercial property such as offices and shops lose, but logistics warehouses thrive. City apartments struggle, suburbs with gardens boom. The digital economy beats everything.

October 23, 2020

Forrest mining family office Tattarang diversifies into apparel brand RM Williams, Ferragamo family denies minority stake sale claim, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior power LVMH rebound.

Forrest mining family diversifies into apparel brand RM Williams

Andrew Forrest, the Australian mining magnate and family office principal, says he is “incredibly proud and humbled” to return a former family business to Australian ownership in a $135 million acquisition indirectly from the French family-owned luxury giant LVMH.

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