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August 25, 2022

In this week’s FB Roundup, Patrick Drahi is cleared to retain his 18% stake in BT; Brazilian orange juice billionaire José Luis Cutrale passes away aged 75; and Zimbabwean billionaire Strive Masiyiwa acquires an Israeli tech firm for $60 million.

Patrick Drahi cleared to retain his 18% stake in BT
Following an investigation under the new National Security and Investment Act, Kwasi Kwarteng, England's Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, has announced that he will now not be blocking French-Israeli billionaire Patrick Drahi from increasing his stake in telecommunications giant BT.

November 15, 2021

Rogers Communications won’t challenge court ruling on family boardroom battle, Primark-owning Weston family plans overseas expansion, Li Ka-shing family bets on Bamford’s green hydrogen fund.

Rogers Communications won’t challenge court ruling on family boardroom battle

The Rogers family behind their eponymous $24 billion Canadian telecoms giant has been embroiled in a damaging public feud which could jeopardise a $26 billion merger with fellow family-controlled telecom company Shaw Communications.

May 14, 2021

Leading venture capitalist Matthew Salloway is on the hunt for innovative technology startups on behalf of his family office and fund and says the 5G economy is a 15 trillion-dollar economic opportunity.

Leading venture capitalist Matthew Salloway is on the hunt for innovative technology startups on behalf of his family office and fund and says the 5G economy is a 15 trillion-dollar economic opportunity.

Salloway is the chief executive of GSI Ventures, a top 50 Global Family Office, with a focus on venture capital and portfolio market expansion into the Middle East and North Africa region. He is also the co-founder and managing partner of SIP Global Partners, an international performance venture fund investing in global technology companies.

September 15, 2020

Family offices have always searched for investing across a range of different asset classes. With the technological march, accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic, the TMT (Technology, Media and Telecommunications) sector is looking even more attractive than before.

Family offices have always searched for investing across a range of different asset classes. With the technological march, accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic, the TMT (Technology, Media and Telecommunications) sector is looking even more attractive than before.

Why TMT over other sectors?

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