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November 20, 2015

The MedTech sector is a maze of innovations that ranges from syringes to software. xxCampdenFOxx looks at how families are investing and flags five early-stage companies to watch

It could be an app, or it could be an autoinjector - there are more than 500,000 medical technologies seeking to innovate, or distribute, in the healthcare industry.

November 3, 2015

Macroeconomic and political issues continue to dominate the investment agenda in 2015, as uncertainty over Greece gave way to China's equity sell-off and surprise currency devaluation.

Macroeconomic and political issues continue to dominate the investment agenda in 2015, as uncertainty over Greece gave way to China's equity sell-off and surprise currency devaluation.

Chinese stocks crashed back down to earth in August though, by virtue of significant gains early in the year, the country's stock markets remain among the best performing of 2015.

September 11, 2015

We want to know what you, our readership, think of CampdenFB, both online and in print. That’s why we are conducting our regular reader survey. 

We want to know what you, our readership, think of CampdenFB, both online and in print. That’s why we are conducting our regular reader survey

September 11, 2015

When Christine Galloway joined the Dayton family office of Minneapolis in the early 1990s, the industry was in its infancy. Now, freshly retired, she reflects on her experience working for the family that created one of the US’s largest retail empires, and the strategies she has helped set in place to ensure the family office lasts for generations to come.

September 10, 2015

For decades, wealthy European families have been deploying part of their capital into infrastructure – and often directly into assets. 

For decades, wealthy European families have been deploying part of their capital into infrastructure – and often directly into assets. 

August 14, 2015

Are you able to answer what purpose your wealth has? In this Q&A, the first in a regular series, Charles Lowenhaupt reflects on how family wealth has enabled a generational tradition of helping and counselling others – while reaching self-actualisation in the process. 

Are you able to answer what purpose your wealth has? In this Q&A, the first in a regular series, Charles Lowenhaupt reflects on how family wealth has enabled a generational tradition of helping and counselling others – while reaching self-actualisation in the process. 

June 3, 2015

The profile and needs of the next generation of family wealth holders are changing rapidly, with technology playing a major part. Casper de Nooijer, of ABN AMRO, explains how tomorrow’s leaders’ outward focus is impacting single family offices.

The next generation inspires an upgrade and reinvention of roles and responsibilities
A rapidly changing, increasingly interconnected world and evermore mobile lifestyles are altering ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) business and banking needs. As a result, single-family offices (SFOs) are confronting change, particularly as the next generation assumes responsibility for family enterprises and assets.

May 27, 2015

Australian entrepreneur Peter Scanlon, who made his wealth in the logistics and aviation industries, is opening up his family office to new families.

Australian entrepreneur Peter Scanlon, who made his wealth in the logistics and aviation industries, is opening up his family office to new families.

Scanlon, 70, told Australian business website BRW that the existing team will continue at the new company, which will be known as Hume Partners, and will target individuals or families with more than AUS$20 million of investible funds.

May 22, 2015

A man who conned a family office investment adviser out of $11 million of client money for Facebook shares has been convicted of wire fraud and money laundering in a California court.

A man who conned a family office investment adviser out of $11 million of client money for Facebook shares has been convicted of wire fraud and money laundering in a California court.

Troy Stratos, 49, convinced Tim Burns, head of ESG Family Services, that he had access to Facebook shares ahead of its 2012 IPO.

Burns, who left Morgan Stanley in 2005 to set up his company, is currently awaiting sentencing in a separate fraud case taking place in Pennsylvania.

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