Almost half of the large fortunes in existence are run with family involvement, while the other half are managed by individuals, according to the Global Wealth and Family Ties survey published by Société Générale Private Banking and Forbes Insight at the end of March.

The highest percentages of family-run businesses are found in Hong Kong, India and the Middle East. Within Europe, fortunes in France are the most family-controlled compared to in the UK where they are the most individually managed

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