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Current Research Reports

Family Offices Investing in Venture Capital - Global Trends & Insights Report, 2

In partnership with Campden Wealth, SVB Financial Group presents a detailed study on family offices’ investment levels, performance, expectations, barriers toward venture investments, and their expectations for how the market will evolve amid COVID-19.

Chinese Family Office and Wealth Management Report, 2020

Campden Wealth and FOTT, along with their partners UBS and AVIC Trust have released a unique and in-depth study on private wealth management and the family office space in China.

Global Trends and Strategic Time Horizons in Family Philanthropy 2020

Campden Wealth and Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors have produced a largescale, global research report on family philanthropic giving, with a focus on strategic time horizons.

The Global Family Office Report 2019

The Global Family Office Report series is now in its sixth year and provides an analysis and evaluation of the current and prospective outlook of family offices around the world. Over 350 family offices globally took part in the research.

The Family Wealth Report 2018 - A roadmap for the Indian family office

Campden Wealth and Campden Family Connect are delighted to present our first research report on ultra-high net worth private wealth management and family offices in India.

Private Equity Investing and Co-Investment Activity by Family Offices

Campden Wealth are delighted to present the second edition of the Private Equity Investing and Co-Investment Activity by Family Offices report.

Now available for purchase. Campden Wealth has compiled a list of the top 75 fastest growing mid-sized family business worldwide.

Private & Confidential - The Cyber Security Report

A new study by Campden Research in partnership with Schillings, in which over a third (38%) of participants stated they do not currently have a cyber security planning in place, despite 98% of families citing reputation as important to their family’s success.

Archive Research Reports

The Global Family Office Report 2018

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

This research report draws from in-depth qualitative interviews with female wealth holders in Switzerland.

The Global Family Office Report 2017

This report provides an analysis and evaluation of the current and prospective outlook of family offices around the world.

Private Equity and Co-Investing for Family Offices Report

Private equity is becoming an ever increasing aspect of the family office investment portfolio. This report provides in-depth analysis of the different approaches used by many family offices. 

Coming of Age โ€“ The Investment Behaviors of Ultra-High Net Worth Millennials

This report provides insight into the specific investment behaviors of UHNW Millennials and their views on advisors.

Campden Wealth in partnership with KKR, has examined how family businesses are sourcing the right type of finance to fund their growth. 

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. 

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. 

The fourth in the series "A Roadmap for Generational Wealth in Asia," this is a qualitative study of Family Constitutions and discusses what lessons have been learnt so far in their implementation. 

This study, Campden Wealth’s first research project in Latin America, provides insight into family business executives’ perceptions of the main risks in the region. It examines their most important priorities, and the investment and management practices being implemented, while presenting actionable ideas for those wishing to service them.