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April 20, 2022

In this week’s FB Roundup, François Pinault looks to acquire music streaming platform Deezer; Robert Kraft’s family donates $24 million to Harvard Business School; and Ashwin Damera invests in an Indian venture lending firm.

François Pinault looks to acquire music streaming platform Deezer
French businessman François Pinault [pictured left] is aiming to buy music streaming platform Deezer in a deal estimated at $1.6 billion.

The founder of the luxury group Kering and investment company Artémis, along with other founders of the special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) I2PO, plans to take the company public if the deal goes ahead.

February 26, 2021

Family offices have an increasing appetite for investing their venture capital in innovative and disruptive health and green technology over the next five years, a new survey by Lakestar reveals.

Family offices have an increasing appetite for investing their venture capital in innovative and disruptive health and green technology over the next five years, a new survey by Lakestar reveals.

October 14, 2020

Ramesh S Ramakrishnan, the chairman of the global family-controlled shipping and logistics group Transworld, says being alert and agile for new opportunities will be vital for families as businesses cope with the new post-pandemic world.

Ramesh S Ramakrishnan, the chairman of the global family-controlled shipping and logistics group Transworld, says being alert and agile for new opportunities will be vital for families as businesses cope with the new post-pandemic world.

May 7, 2019

Education has consistently ranked as one of the top philanthropic causes for wealthy families since the Global Family Office Report began collecting data on the field in 2014. Now massive populations, increasing middle class income, and increasing spending on education in Asia is making the sector a compelling impact investment opportunity too. 

Education has consistently ranked as one of the top philanthropic causes for wealthy families since the Global Family Office Report began collecting data on the field in 2014. Now massive populations, increasing middle class income, and increasing spending on education in Asia is making the sector a compelling impact investment opportunity too. Benjamin Vedrenne-Cloquetpicks out some of the key trends.

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