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July 29, 2016

American and Canadian ultra-high net worth Millennials have a rare opportunity to speak for themselves – instead of being spoken about – by taking part in groundbreaking research by Campden Wealth.

American and Canadian ultra-high net worth Millennials have a rare opportunity to speak for themselves – instead of being spoken about – by taking part in groundbreaking research by Campden Wealth.

Researchers at the publisher of CampdenFO want to interview entrepreneurs and NextGeners who were born between 1980 and 1995 from families with net worths of $35 million to $1 billion.

July 7, 2016

As Risk and Return in Latin America is published, John Moore, chairman of Morgan Stanley’s Latin American business, highlights the factors that can influence how families manage their wealth

As Risk and Return in Latin America is published, John Moore, chairman of Morgan Stanley’s Latin American business, highlights the factors that can influence how families manage their wealth

CampdenFB (FB):What can Latin American families gain from opening a family office?

May 5, 2016

Family offices have two weeks left to benchmark themselves on new research areas including software, cyber security, and succession as participants in the Global Family Office Report 2016 (GFO Report). 

Family offices have two weeks left to benchmark themselves on new research areas including software, cyber security, and succession as participants in the Global Family Office Report 2016 (GFO Report).

In its third year, the GFO Report is the definitive review of the family office space. Last year’s research surveyed 224 family offices with combined private wealth of more than $200 billion.

May 3, 2016

Their outlook shaped by the global financial crisis, Millennials have a cautious outlook but are keen to have a positive effect on the world. Advisers have to engage these upcoming members of ultra-high net worth families on their terms, explains Ned Dane, senior vice president and head of OppenheimerFunds’ Private Client Group

Their outlook shaped by the global financial crisis, Millennials have a cautious outlook but are keen to have a positive effect on the world. Advisers have to engage these upcoming members of ultra-high net worth families on their terms, explains Ned Dane, senior vice president and head of OppenheimerFunds’ Private Client Group

What was the purpose of carrying out this study?

April 20, 2016

Next-generation members of family businesses are increasingly recognising the importance of installing outsiders in senior roles, according to a report.

Next-generation members of family businesses are increasingly recognising the importance of installing outsiders in senior roles, according to a report.

Although nine out of ten next gens have, or expect to have, a governance role themselves in the business, many believe an external hire may be able to contribute more, according to PwC’s Great Expectations: The Next Generation of Family Business Leaders.

April 7, 2016

Morgan Stanley and Campden Wealth research on ultra-high-net-worth families in North America highlights the benefits of formal procedures when deciding on investments

Relationships within families can be strengthened by wealth decision-making, especially when formal procedures are in place, research suggests. 

The newly released study by Campden Wealth and Morgan Stanley, Family Decision-Making, found that 44% of members of ultra-high net worth (UHNW) families thought that decision-making had a positive effect on family relationships, while just 19% suggested it had a negative effect.

February 10, 2016

Almost one-fifth of family office chief executives earned in excess of £300,000 ($433,000) last year, according to a new survey, compared to the median salary of £175,000.

Almost one-fifth of family office chief executives earned in excess of £300,000 ($433,000) last year, according to a new survey, compared to the median salary of £175,000.

The results were revealed in the Family Office Compensation Benchmark Report 2016 by Agreus, a London-based global family office adviser.

December 4, 2015

Chief executives working for the largest single family offices in the United States had an average remuneration package of $830,000 last year, according to a new survey from financial services empire Fidelity Investments.

Chief executives working for the largest single family offices in the United States had an average remuneration package of $830,000 last year, according to a new survey from financial services empire Fidelity Investments.

Insights on Family Office Compensation, which was co-authored by family-run research company Botoff Consulting, found that chief executives from family offices with more than $1 billion in assets typically received a base salary of $550,000 as well as additional perks to the tune of $280,000.

December 3, 2015

Private equity was the most common asset class among family offices in 2014 and one of the year’s best performers. So why are some executives voicing caution about expectations moving forward? 

The popular belief that strong returns in private equity will continue into the future has been challenged by participants in the Global Family Office Report 2015, warning that a build-up in unallocated capital could lead to lesser returns. 

According to one chief executive from a single family office in North America, who participated in the report anonymously, the record level of unspent cash is creating undue levels of competition, which is in turn pushing up prices. 

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