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June 21, 2022

The potential for uncorrelated, income-driven returns and structural inflation protection are two reasons why an allocation to unlisted infrastructure should be considered, says Michael Steingold of Russell Investments.

The potential for uncorrelated, income-driven returns and structural inflation protection are two reasons why an allocation to unlisted infrastructure should be considered [1]. However, there are several practical challenges facing investors to build and maintain a well-balanced, diversified infrastructure allocation that is appropriately positioned to harvest the benefits of the asset class.

June 6, 2022

Investors continue to increase exposure to private markets, including private equity and private credit, at the expense of their public market equity and fixed income allocations. So, what is driving this behaviour asks Darren Spencer of Russell Investments?

Investor interest and participation in private markets continues to grow. Indeed, investors continue to increase exposure to private markets, including private equity and private credit, at the expense of their public market equity and fixed income allocations. In fact, CEM Benchmarking noted there was an average allocation to private markets of 18.5% in 2020, which represents an increase of nearly 5% since 2012 [1]. So, what is driving this investor behaviour?

April 21, 2022

No one is better equipped to take the reins of transformational leadership than family businesses, says KPMG partner Tom McGinness.

When I look back at the unpredictability of 2021, I’m reminded that the pandemic was a stimulus for some disruptive and transformative innovations in medicine, technology, buying behaviour, entertainment and personal fitness that have had a seismic impact on the way we live and work.

March 23, 2022

The 9th-generation member of the Interbrew-owning family talks to Campden FB about organic farming, ethical investment and never wasting time.

A 9th-generation member of the Interbrew-owning family and the owner of a farm run on organic, biodynamic and regenerative principles, Frédéric de Mévius has seen first-hand the impact sustainable agricultural practices can have on the world.

March 21, 2022

Implementing a successful private markets program as part of a total portfolio is not without some implementation challenges, says Russell Investments’ alternative investments client portfolio manager Darren Spencer, and perhaps the most pressing issue investors face which needs to be solved for is managing the J-curve.

March 4, 2022

An 11th-generation member of the famed Italian banking family, Giorgio Sella has spent the past ten years supporting a sustainable and highly efficient power source... Kitenergy, a project that can generate alternative energy from high-altitude winds.

Since the late 16th-Century, Italy’s famed Sella family have been leaders in the textile industry – so much so, that in 1817, the family introduced the first Italian mechanized wool mill helping to spark the country’s industrial revolution. Two generations later, the formation of Banca Sella solidified the family’s reputation.

February 24, 2022

Russell Investments’ alternative investments client portfolio manager Darren Spencer discusses why venture capital should be a focus for all serious investors.

February 24, 2022

Chaired by fifth-generation family member Jamie Cayzer-Colvin, The Oak Project aims to creatively encourage people to reconnect with the natural world. As impact investment increases in importance for family offices, Campden FB talks to project director Helen Meech about the benefits of a programme that helps us get back to nature.

Our connection with nature is more vital than ever and family offices and businesses are readily responding to the desire to adopt ESG considerations.

According to Campden Wealth’s Investing for Global Impact: A Power for Good 2021 report, impact investing adoption is growing at a phenomenal pace with average portfolio allocations rising from 20% in 2019 to 36% in 2020 and a predicted rise to 47% in 2022 and 54% by 2027.

February 18, 2022

With 2022 holding out the prospect of growth and relatively greater stability than recent years, KPMG partner Tom McGinness anticipates a few key subjects on the family business agenda.

With 2022 holding out the prospect of growth and relatively greater stability than recent years, KPMG partner Tom McGinness anticipates a few key subjects on the family business agenda.
 

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