London-based Campden Media has relaunched its CampdenFB.com and CampdenFO.com websites, the company announced Wednesday.
Campden, which also has offices in New York and Singapore, provides proprietary research, conferences, news and networking opportunities to ultra high-net-worth financial and business-owning families and their family offices and advisors worldwide. Along with its websites, the firm publishes Campden FB (Family Business) and Campden FO (Family Office) magazines.
The announcement said Campden’s new sites are designed to offer news and analysis on the world of family businesses and family offices, including the personalities behind them and the issues and challenges they face. In addition to a team of in-house journalists, the sites will feature commentary from award-winning writers and experts. Simon Murray will write a regular column on investing, Jeremy Hazlehurst will have a bi-weekly column looking at ethics and the family, and Henry Sutton will comment on the culture of money. Both sites also will have regular blog contributions.
“Campden’s enhanced FBand FOsites are part of our major brand and content initiative and will provide even more news and insight for family businesses and family offices,” Campden editorial director David Bain said in the statement. “We believe our Web coverage on these crucial parts of the world of business and investing will be compelling and a must-read for wealth holders around the world and those who advise them.”
Campden Media, which was founded in 1987, recently expanded its U.S. presence with the purchaseof New York-based Institute for Private Investors (IPI). IPI provides educational and networking resources to its national membership of 1,100 ultra high-net-worth investors.