How the next-gen approach to philanthropy is different
Erica Berger began running her family office after her father died in 2021. Before his death, Berger persuaded him to pivot from funding land restoration projects to impact investing.
Apartment landlords bleeding cash imperil $47 billion of loans
Higher interest rates and surging expenses are erasing their profits, even as rents are still climbing in many places.
Arnault down but not out in Beverly Hills hotel plan
Voters in Beverly Hills, synonymous with wealth and extravagance, are pushing back against the City Council’s approval of the first U.S. Cheval Blanc, a high-end hotel backed by the world’s richest man. Preliminary returns show opponents with a slim 60-vote or 1 percentage point margin.
World’s richest man loses $11 billion after LVMH stock rout
The founder of LVMH — whose offerings include Louis Vuitton handbags, Moet & Chandon Champagne and Christian Dior gowns — had seen his wealth balloon for most of 2023 as share prices of European luxury companies surged.
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Ron Geffner on family offices’ investing preferences
Ron Geffner, an authority in the security industries, provides legal services to hundreds of hedge funds, private equity funds and venture capital funds.
Dr. Jamie Weiner on the rising generation’s quest for legitimacy
Dr. Jamie Weiner is a clinical psychologist and the co-founder of Inheriting Wisdom, a Chicago-based consulting firm that specializes in the human factors affecting high-net-worth families. He has written several books on this topic, the latest of which is The Quest for Legitimacy: How Children of Prominent Families Discover Their Unique Place in the World.
Lex van Dam, SFO Alliance
Beginning his finance journey at Goldman Sachs as a prop trader, Lex van Dam eventually found his way to Rinkelberg Capital, a Dutch single family office based in London. His expertise within the deal space led him to his latest venture—the SFO Alliance.