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March 1, 2007

Families in Business chaired a roundtable discussion at Campden’s Family Wealth Management Conference to discuss recent trends and developments in trust laws, and the effect on both family offices and families of wealth

There have been a number of changes to trust laws recently, in particular to inheritance tax in the UK. How important are these and what impact have they had?

March 1, 2007

Business-owning families are becoming savvier all round. Nowhere is this more evident than in the world of philanthropy, where families are not only giving more, but giving more wisely. Andy Rosenbaum investigates the latest trends in giving

Business-owning families are becoming savvier all round. Nowhere is this more evident than in the world of philanthropy, where families are not only giving more, but giving more wisely. Andy Rosenbaum investigates the latest trends in giving.

Andy Rosenbaum is a freelance writer based in the UK.

March 1, 2007

Big business is getting its hands dirty in the name of charity, forming companies whose specific goals are to benefit mankind, all while making a profit. David Nicholson examines the brave new and sometimes controversial world of “for-profit” philanthropy

ig business is getting its hands dirty in the name of charity, forming companies whose specific goals are to benefit mankind, all while making a profit. David Nicholson examines the brave new and sometimes controversial world of "for-profit" philanthrop.

David Nicholson is a freelance writer based in the UK.

March 1, 2007

Philanthropy is changing, and for the better. With billionaires setting a new standard in how their wealth can positively impact others, the world is set to become a better place. Sam Davis III and Dennis Jaffe discuss the thinking behind strategic philanthropy

Philanthropy is changing, and for the better. With billionaires setting a new standard in how their wealth can positively impact others, the world is set to become a better place. Sam Davis III and Dennis Jaffe discuss the thinking behind strategic philanthropy.

Sam Davis III is a Principal in Relative Solutions and a Fellow in the Family Firm Institute.
Dennis Jaffe is a founding partner of Relative Solutions.

March 1, 2007

The Fleming family’s private art collection has moved from its Scottish roots to a modern London base. Housed next to the family-owned private bank in stylish Mayfair, Suzy Bibko argues it’s not only a must-see, it’s a must-have for all family businesses

The Fleming family's private art collection has moved from its Scottish roots to a modern London base. Housed next to the family-owned private bank in stylish Mayfair, Suzy Bibko argues it's not only a must-see, it's a must-have for all family businesses.

Suzy Bibko is editor of Families in Business.

March 1, 2007

The rise of emerging economies in Eastern Europe has caught the eye of many an entrepreneur in recent times. Guy Clapperton assesses the current business environment for entrepreneurs across the continent, with particular reference to the East/West divide

The rise of emerging economies in Eastern Europe has caught the eye of many an entrepreneur in recent times. Guy Clapperton assesses the current business environment for entrepreneurs across the continent, with particular reference to the East/West divide.

Guy Clapperton is a freelance journalist based in the UK

March 1, 2007

While “for-profit” philanthropy may seem like a new concept, it’s not. One German foundation has been at it for over 40 years, funding a diverse range of social programmes worldwide. Suzy Bibko learns how the Robert Bosch Stiftung became such an integral part of the Bosch Group and wider society

Suzy Bibko is editor of Families in Business.

January 1, 2007

In Asia, many businesses are family-owned, but the “advising” industry seems to be in its infancy. One such field that is gaining ground is family offices. While no one format has come to the forefront, the model is becoming more widespread, and families, bankers and investment advisors are understanding the need and usefulness of the concept. Families in Business spoke with Chew-Mee Kirtland, managing director of Mornington Services, a multi-family office based in Singapore, about the trends in Asian family offices

In Asia, many businesses are family-owned, but the "advising" industry seems to be in its infancy. One such field that is gaining ground is family offices. While no one format has come to the forefront, the model is becoming more widespread, and families, bankers and investment advisors are understanding the need and usefulness of the concept. Families in Business spoke with Chew-Mee Kirtland, managing director of Mornington Services, a multi-family office based in Singapore, about the trends in Asian family offices

January 1, 2007

Families in Business chaired a roundtable discussion at Campden’s European Family Office Conference to discuss how business families are preparing their next generation to manage the family wealth

Families in Business chaired a roundtable discussion at Campden's European Family Office Conference to discuss how business families are preparing their next generation to manage the family wealth

Roundtable panel

Edward Allanby is a partner at Leman Management Ltd, a multi-family office based in Bermuda.

Merial Curier is vice-president of family services and wealth education for a single-family office in the US.

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