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April 27, 2020

The ethos of impact investing for positive change seems tailor-made to tackle the devastating repercussions of the coronavirus crisis as states buckle and a recession looms, but cometh the hour, cometh the family impact investor?

The ethos of impact investing for positive change seems tailor-made to tackle the devastating repercussions of the coronavirus crisis as states buckle and a recession looms, but cometh the hour, cometh the family impact investor?

The $502 billion impact space is where investments are made with the aim of generating measurable environmental or social impacts while giving a competitive financial return. The strategy has been increasingly attractive to families of sustainable wealth since the Rockefeller Foundation first coined the term in 2008.

February 19, 2020

Walmart is disappointed with festive consumer spending and Asda but online sales up 35%, JCB cuts UK production as the coronavirus hits Chinese suppliers, and fifth-generation US newspaper dynasty McClatchy Co files for bankruptcy.

Walmart disappointed with festive consumer spending and Asda but online sales up 35%.

Walmart, the world’s biggest family business with $524 billion in revenue and an economic bellwether, says holiday sales were weaker than anticipated despite online sales jumping 35% in the fiscal year.

February 3, 2020

Chinese families started shifting their investment strategy from wealth generation to preservation in anticipation of a global economic downturn even before the deadly coronavirus outbreak disrupted China’s slowing economy.

Chinese families started shifting their investment strategy from wealth generation to preservation in anticipation of a global economic downturn even before the deadly coronavirus outbreak disrupted China’s slowing economy.

September 25, 2018

The world’s family offices have seen their investment performance more than double year-on-year as families exploit a bull equity market.

The world’s family offices have seen their investment performance more than double year-on-year as families exploit a bull equity market.

March 24, 2010

Lee Kun Hee, the second-generation former chairman of family-controlled Samsung Group, will return to the business as chairman of Samsung Electronics after stepping down as in 2008 following a conviction for tax evasion.

Lee Kun Hee (pictured), the second-generation former chairman of family-controlled Samsung Group, will return to the business as chairman of Samsung Electronics after stepping down as in 2008 following a conviction for tax evasion. (Click here to read our coverage of the story)
 

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