Nick Rucker

But when it comes to trust, family businesses don’t have a preception problem

Family Capital’s weekly look at the goings-ons in the world of family capital

They have institutional levels of property investments

There numbers are rising, but only slowly, and with Chinese characteristics 

Unlike most conglomerates in North America and Europe, Asian, particularly the listed family-owned ones, might just represent a great investment opportunity

The oldest family businesses in existence are hotels – these are among the most famed

When it comes to succession the family decides. Not so in family-owned auto dealerships. And that quirk makes them more interesting to investors

The sector looks disturbingly like the boom in hedge funds did before the financial crisis

Family Capital’s weekly look at the goings-ons in the world of family capital