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May 21, 2021

Ambitious family offices in India are growing, diversifying and professionalising at pace, with more principals embracing succession planning and engagement with their next-generation, Campden Family Connect says on its fifth anniversary.

Ambitious family offices in India are growing, diversifying and professionalising at pace, with more principals embracing succession planning and engagement with their next-generation, Campden Family Connect says on its fifth anniversary.

July 18, 2019

Asia-Pacific and North American business families of wealth have powered the record-breaking growth in the number of family offices by more than one-third in only two years.

Asia-Pacific and North American business families of wealth have powered the record-breaking growth in the number of family offices by more than one-third in only two years.

The total estimated assets under management of family offices stands at $5.9 trillion, while the wealth of the families behind them totals a vast $9.4 trillion.

July 26, 2017

The impact wealth managers at Tribe Impact Capital have looked to the past to predict the future in its new study The Evolution of Wealth. James Lawson, co-founder of Tribe Impact Capital, looks at where the “money monkey” is swinging.

The impact wealth managers at Tribe Impact Capital have looked to the past to predict the future in its new study The Evolution of Wealth. James Lawson, co-founder of Tribe Impact Capital, looks at where the “money monkey” is swinging.

April 1, 2002

In the last issue, Kelin Gersick described the differences between the ‘pyramid’ view, emphasising the generational expansion of one family, and the ‘network’ view, focusing on the complex relationships among the multiple units of an extended family. Part II of this article explores the implications of that developmental model for the critical tasks of governance and continuity

In the last issue, Kelin Gersick described the differences between the 'pyramid' view, emphasising the generational expansion of one family, and the 'network' view, focusing on the complex relationships among the multiple units of an extended family. Part II of this article explores the implications of that developmental model for the critical tasks of governance and continuity

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