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Special report

The CEO of BNP Paribas Wealth Management tells Marc Smith why sustained giving is more important than the amount given, how service providers can improve family philanthropy and why the next generation is so important

The BNP Paribas/Campden Research Global Family Philanthropy Report 2009 provides an insight into the structure and process of family philanthropy. This summary highlights some of the key findings of the report

When a minority family shareholder is forced to sell up, there can be complex emotional forces at play leading to strained relations. The solution lies in open dialogue and a greater understanding of the shareholding structure says Barbara Murray

Statistically, we know that women are increasingly becoming wealth generators for their families, as well as wealth decision-makers

Over the last two generations great shifts have occurred in the expectations and opportunities available to women, and ultra high net worth women are no exception

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