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Software, cyber security, and succession in 2016 Global Family Office research

Family offices have two weeks left to benchmark themselves on new research areas including software, cyber security, and succession as participants in the Global Family Office Report 2016 (GFO Report).

Family offices have two weeks left to benchmark themselves on new research areas including software, cyber security, and succession as participants in the Global Family Office Report 2016 (GFO Report).

In its third year, the GFO Report is the definitive review of the family office space. Last year’s research surveyed 224 family offices with combined private wealth of more than $200 billion.

With the deadline fast-approaching, those family offices that have yet to participate in the research are being encouraged to complete the survey.

The landmark study provides benchmarking in these three new topics, alongside existing areas such as allocations, performance, costs, and insight into trends in family governance and philanthropy.

All participants receive an exclusive copy of the 2016 Report in September.

Director of research at Campden Wealth, Stuart Rutherford, said that family offices from all around the world had once again been actively contributing their data and views to the project, as always on an anonymous and confidential basis.

“The ongoing commitment that family offices have to this research project speaks to the value that they derive from this ‘state of the nation’ report,” he added.

Rutherford is particularly excited this year about the introduction of a Chinese-language version of the survey which builds on the introduction of a Chinese version of the report last year.

To complete the survey, please click here


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