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Elon Musk is rarely out of the headlines, and he hit them big this week with his acquisition of a sizable stake in the social media platform Twitter
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“The last decade has been a supercycle for private banks and asset managers, but the bull market is coming to an end,” says Decisive Capital Management founder Elie Chamat, out to replicate the success of …
All too often, family offices find compelling investments in esoteric markets but fail to invest at the last minute for fear of being swindled out of their money
Crypto billionaire Sam Bankman-Fried has backed an AI venture led by siblings who used to be vice-presidents at OpenAI, a company founded by Elon Musk

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Analytics users, all links will be updated within 24 hours Unspecified Rounds Kinnevik has invested in Budbee, a logistics-tech company
Senior representatives of two of the most prominent family investment groups to speak at Family Office Deal Survey webcast next week
The bloodbath for cryptocurrencies continues, but some billionaire investors and their family offices still like the asset class, particularly when it comes to crypto trading platforms, as this latest…

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Family offices have seen their profile and influence skyrocket in recent years. As they become more visible and influential in public and private markets, they need to take control of their own narrative
“I don’t know anything about it, and I don’t want to know anything about it.”  This was the response I had from my mother when I tried to show her how to work a computer many years ago. I gave
Numerous studies show the shares of listed family businesses and investment groups typically outperform stock market indices when markets are weak and underperform when markets are strong
Over the years, family offices have been persuaded to believe that the stock market is a safe place for them to conduct their business. Perhaps they should think again

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