David Bain

In association with PwC, Family Capital is hosting a webinar on the Evolution of Family Offices
As much of the world economy enters a period of slower growth, even recession, family offices should prepare themselves for the consequences
Record falls in European currencies against a very strong dollar have led to speculation US investors will flock across the Pond to buy cheap assets
It looks like the merger through a blank check company of two multi-family offices - London-based Alvarium and New York City-based Tiedemann Advisors - will occur after some delay from the original timeline
The world's biggest family businesses saw revenues and employee numbers fall in the latest Family Capital ranking of the top 750 in the world
One way for family offices to protect their wealth against this year’s heightened volatility across both public and private markets is to consider gaining exposure to “alternative” fixed income strategies by in…
The link between the family offices and the venture world is greater than ever. In the years ahead, that link will increase as family offices embrace venture investing more than ever
Boosted by the buying power of family offices, London has roared into life to become the second most expensive city for the rich, according to advisory firm Julius Baer
As markets continue to head south, distressed companies are growing by the hour
UBS has just produced its latest comprehensive global family office study. It’s full of in-depth analysis of investment, costs, and other trends in the family office world.
Big pharma has many family dynasties behind them. Some are well known, like the Hoffmanns and Roche, the Mercks and Merck, and the Wallenbergs and AstraZeneca
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