Our Mission

Providing insight on the trends and issues of strategic significance...

Campden Wealth’s ability to operate at the forefront of innovation for substantial financial and business-owning families comes from its privileged access to their leaders, significant family offices and the influential professionals who advise them.

These relationships provide an understanding of what is essential to ultra-high net-worth families.  By connecting with their everyday concerns, Campden Wealth identifies proprietary research projects that produce valuable data and insightful analysis on topics of strategic significance.

Campden Wealth has researched trends and developments in European single family offices, chronicled the changing role of US family offices, studied advanced

planning practices for business-owning families, looked at the challenges of succession and wealth management in Russia, assessed attitudes towards global family philanthropy and reported on how affluent women are taking control of their future.

Campden Research reports have garnered widespread coverage in international business media including The Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Reuters, The Economist, CNBC and the BBC as well as specialty and geographically based publications – L’agefi, Corriere della Sera, The Times, South China Morning Post, Handelsblatt, Vedomosti and USA Today.

…an ongoing understanding of what is essential to the success of ultra-high net-worth families.

Current Research Reports

Family Business

Campden Wealth is compiling a list of the 75 fastest-growing family businesses worldwide. This study seeks to analyse the DNA of these high-growth companies and identify the operational, organizational and governance drivers of their success.

Family Office

The Global Family Office Report series is now in its third year and provides an analysis and evaluation of the current and prospective outlook of family offices around the world. 

Family Wealth

Campden Wealth Research and Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management’s ‘Family Decision-Making’ study maps decision-making within UHNW families in North America. The results find a growing formalisation of decision-making and evidence of democratisation.