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September 9, 2009

Family businesses are not immune to the effects of the recession, but the tough conditions have not made them more inclined to sell up, according to the results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey into attitudes to the economic climate.

Family businesses are not immune to the effects of the recession, but the tough conditions have not made them more inclined to sell up, according to the results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey into attitudes to the economic climate.

August 25, 2009

Back in May, Campden FB and leading law firm Mishcon de Reya joined forces to launch a survey that aimed to assess what impact the current economic turmoil has had on families in business. Katie Barker reports on the latest findings

Back in May, Campden FB and leading law firm Mishcon de Reya joined forces to launch a survey that aimed to assess what impact the current economic turmoil has had on families in business. Katie Barker reports on the latest findings

June 25, 2009

The preliminary results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey on the current economic climate confirm family businesses are not escaping the effects of the recession. Jonathan Berman, partner in the Families in Business Group at Mischon de Reya, believes this shows the recession is deeper and more biting than previously thought.

The preliminary results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey on the current economic climate confirm family businesses are not escaping the effects of the recession. Jonathan Berman, partner in the Families in Business Group at Mischon de Reya, believes this shows the recession is deeper and more biting than previously thought.

September 1, 2008

Campden FB conducted an online "selling the family business" survey to get the views of families from all over the world on this crucial topic.

Campden FB conducted an online "selling the family business" survey to get the views of families from all over the world on this crucial topic.

Analysis is provided by Jonathan Pellegrin below. To view a full breakdown of the results click here.

July 24, 2008

Campden Research has embarked on a project to analyse the opinions and attitudes of wealthy global families towards philanthropy. The study is designed to help families understand a range of their philanthropic concerns.

Campden Research launch global philanthropy study

Campden Research has embarked on a project to analyse the opinions and attitudes of wealthy global families towards philanthropy. The study is designed to help families understand a range of their philanthropic concerns.

In association with Archimede, a Changing Our World company, the survey will explore the attitudes that drive the decisions and management of charitable giving within affluent families.

July 1, 2008

Some see it as a duty, some see it as essential to creating a legacy, some just love to do it. Whatever the motivation, philanthropy is as popular as ever. It doesn’t mean that it is simple, however. Here we look in-depth at the biggest challenges in philanthropy today …

Some see it as a duty, some see it as essential to creating a legacy, some just love to do it. Whatever the motivation, philanthropy is as popular as ever. It doesn't mean that it is simple, however. Here we look in-depth at the biggest challenges in philanthropy today …

May 2, 2008

Families in Business asked the next generation to tell us their views on the future and how they see themselves and their family. Do you know what the next generation of your family really thinks about you and your business? Read on to find out…

Families in Business asked the next generation to tell us their views on the future and how they see themselves and their family. Do you know what the next generation of your family really thinks about you and your business? Read on to find out…

March 1, 2006

Campden Conferences and the BDO Centre for Family Business are launching the first of a series of surveys on international family values. Peter Leach and Juliette Johnson, of BDO, explain the rationale

Peter Leach is chairman of the BDO Centre for Family Business. Juliette Johnson is senior manager of the BDO Centre for Family Business. www.bdo.co.uk/cfb

Campden Conferences and the BDO Centre for Family Business are launching the first of a series of surveys on international family values. Peter Leach and Juliette Johnson, of BDO, explain the rationale

November 1, 2005

One-third of Australian family business leaders do not know who is going to take over the business when they retire. And a study also has revealed that more than a quarter of them do not have an exit strategy in place.

One-third of Australian family business leaders do not know who is going to take over the business when they retire. And a study also has revealed that more than a quarter of them do not have an exit strategy in place.

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