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September 15, 2010

More than a third of family businesses and their advisers (family offices) in Europe don’t believe private banks are essential to their wealth management needs, according to a study conducted by Campden Wealth.

More than a third of family businesses and their advisers (family offices) in Europe don't believe private banks are essential to their wealth management needs, according to a study conducted by Campden Wealth.

This compares with just 8% of European family businesses and advisers who thought private banks are crucial to the management of their wealth.
 

August 5, 2010

A new quarterly survey that tracks entrepreneurs’ business sentiment worldwide indicates a strong revival of business optimism as debt levels at many companies fall.

A new quarterly survey that tracks entrepreneurs' business sentiment worldwide indicates a strong revival of business optimism as debt levels at many companies fall.
 
The Global Entrepreneur Indicator, launched by the Entrepreneurs' Organisation and Standard Chartered Private Bank, revealed that over the next 12 months almost all entrepreneurs (96%) predict their headcount will rise or remain the same, with more than three quarters (76%) predicting an increase.
 

May 27, 2010

Campden FB’s latest online survey looks at the current relationship between wealthy families, family offices and the private banking industry. It is no secret that the client side continues to reassess its relationship while the private banks struggle to overcome the fallout from the global financial crisis.

Campden FB's latest online survey looks at the current relationship between wealthy families, family offices and the private banking industry. It is no secret that the client side continues to reassess its relationship while the private banks struggle to overcome the fallout from the global financial crisis.
 

April 30, 2010

To identify how the private banking industry is performing in the current climate, independent information and networking platform MyPrivateBanking.com selected 20 of the largest and most important European private banks for a survey on three distinct criteria

To identify how the private banking industry is performing in the current climate, independent information and networking platform MyPrivateBanking.com selected 20 of the largest and most important European private banks for a survey on three distinct criteria:

  • the quality of their customer interface
  • their investment proposal
  • the total cost of asset management

April 30, 2010

With wealthy families increasingly trusting their own judgment when it comes to managing their investments, private banks are under pressure to raise their game. Paul Golden speaks to both sides to analyse where they stand

With wealthy families increasingly trusting their own judgment when it comes to managing their investments, private banks are under pressure to raise their game. Paul Golden speaks to both sides to analyse where they stand. 

November 12, 2009

A new study by an influential business school challenges the perception that, in Spain at least, the biggest and most successful companies cannot be owned or controlled by families, writes Rodrigo Amaral

A new study by an influential business school challenges the perception that, in Spain at least, the biggest and most successful companies cannot be owned or controlled by families. Indeed, the main conclusions of Empresa Familiar: Ni Tan Pequeña, Ni Tan Joven (The Family Company: Neither Too Small Nor Too Young) are that there are more large, family-owned companies than not and, on average, they tend to last longer than companies with different kinds of ownership.

September 9, 2009

Family businesses are not immune to the effects of the recession, but the tough conditions have not made them more inclined to sell up, according to the results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey into attitudes to the economic climate.

Family businesses are not immune to the effects of the recession, but the tough conditions have not made them more inclined to sell up, according to the results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey into attitudes to the economic climate.

August 25, 2009

Back in May, Campden FB and leading law firm Mishcon de Reya joined forces to launch a survey that aimed to assess what impact the current economic turmoil has had on families in business. Katie Barker reports on the latest findings

Back in May, Campden FB and leading law firm Mishcon de Reya joined forces to launch a survey that aimed to assess what impact the current economic turmoil has had on families in business. Katie Barker reports on the latest findings

June 25, 2009

The preliminary results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey on the current economic climate confirm family businesses are not escaping the effects of the recession. Jonathan Berman, partner in the Families in Business Group at Mischon de Reya, believes this shows the recession is deeper and more biting than previously thought.

The preliminary results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey on the current economic climate confirm family businesses are not escaping the effects of the recession. Jonathan Berman, partner in the Families in Business Group at Mischon de Reya, believes this shows the recession is deeper and more biting than previously thought.

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