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While the succession plans of many ultra-high-net-worth families are, according to Campden Wealth’s European Family Office Report 2022, only informally agreed, unwritten or still in the process of development, the family-owned company running luxury goods giant LVMH is running on clear and transparent lines of communication, says Stuart Hatcher.

While the succession plans of many ultra-high-net-worth families are, according to Campden Wealth’s European Family Office Report 2022, only informally agreed, unwritten or still in the process of development, the family-owned company running luxury goods giant LVMH is running on clear and transparent lines of communication, says Stuart Hatcher.

Investing For Global Impact: A Power For Good, 2022, a new report from Campden Wealth, Global Impact Solutions Today (GIST) and Barclays Private Bank, finds that impact investing can forge a bridge between older and younger generations.

Investing For Global Impact: A Power For Good, 2022, a new report from Campden Wealth, Global Impact Solutions Today (GIST) and Barclays Private Bank, finds that impact investing can forge a bridge between older and younger generations.

As ultra-high-net-worth families navigate a major global wealth and succession transition, questions are being asked about implementation of plans and Next Gen readiness. In an exclusive interview with Campden FB, KPMG’s private client lawyer Harriet Kwarteng discusses how best to navigate the tricky subject of succession.

As ultra-high-net-worth families navigate a major global wealth and succession transition, questions are being asked about implementation of plans and Next Gen readiness. In an exclusive interview with Campden FB, KPMG’s private client lawyer Harriet Kwarteng discusses how best to navigate the tricky subject of succession.

In this week’s FB Roundup, Bernard Arnault appoints his daughter Delphine to run Dior; Andrew Forrest says Australia-to-Singapore solar plan is no longer viable; and the heirs of Subway’s founders are set to reap dividends from $10 billion sale deal.

In this week’s FB Roundup, Bernard Arnault appoints his daughter Delphine to run Dior; Andrew Forrest says Australia-to-Singapore solar plan is no longer viable; and the heirs of Subway’s founders are set to reap dividends from $10 billion sale deal.

Campden Wealth reveals European family offices are proactively adopting inflation-mitigating investment strategies as economic uncertainty looks to continue for the foreseeable future.

Campden Wealth reveals European family offices are proactively adopting inflation-mitigating investment strategies as economic uncertainty looks to continue for the foreseeable future.

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