James Williams

Bill Ackman’s personal investment vehicle, Table Management, is raising its profile in the world of venture capital, most recently investing in Black Crow AI, a company that aims to democratize enterprise-quality m…
Since the Russians invaded Ukraine in January, wheat and barley prices have soared. Ukraine has warned that crop sowing will halve this spring, as a result of the fighting
Koch Industries, the eponymous energy conglomerate run by CEO and chairman Charles Koch - the family has an estimated $120 billion fortune - is fast becoming one of the biggest investors in the US battery…
“We believe we are entering a new age of secondary investments, driven by a maturing technology asset class,” says Pierre Mordacq, partner at The Gate, the private investment vehicle for New York’s David…
Always keen on new ideas, Adrian Cheng’s C Ventures has invested in a UK consumer technology company called Nothing, alongside EQT Ventures.
Joshua Liberman, a member of Australia’s Liberman family, one of the country’s wealthiest, is putting his tech investing credentials to the test by launching a new VC fund. 
I(x) Net Zero, an energy transition-focused investment firm founded by Howard Warren Buffett, grandson of value investing icon Warren Buffett, has listed on AIM, a sub-market of the London Stock Exchange
The decision by a group of Australian family offices to back Epic Games, the US video game and software developer, best known for its Fortnite franchise, looks like a shrewd move
Rajaa Mekouar, founder and chief executive of Calista Direct Investors, a specialist buy-side advisory firm that supports family offices in their pursuit of private market direct investments, explains…
When it comes to investing in private equity, there is no sign of the Peugeots, one of France’s best known industrial and automobile families, moving into reverse gear. In fact, quite the opposite. 
Seba Bank, led by Guido Muehler, is the latest to illustrate the digital disruption currently sweeping across the Swiss banking sector. It’s also backed by family offices. 
Cristina Stenbeck has been rewarded for her 2021 decision to back Swedish green energy company Northvolt by news that it produced its first battery cell at the end of the year