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February 13, 2019

Business families of significant wealth are reviewing the implications of Brexit as the scheduled date for Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union looms.

Business families of significant wealth are reviewing the implications of Brexit as the scheduled date for Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union looms.

PwC has been urging clients to start activating contingency plans in areas where Brexit may affect supply chains and cross-border change. For the sector as whole, many organisations were still waiting to see what the final outcome of negotiations will be before taking significant investment decisions, Peter Englisch (pictured above), global and EMEA family business leader at PwC Germany, said.

October 4, 2017

Salaries for top executives at family offices jumped 10% in the past year but women are still unrepresented in C-suites, according to the new Global Family Office Report 2017.

Salaries for top executives at family offices jumped 10% in the past year but women are still unrepresented in C-suites, according to the new Global Family Office Report 2017.

Family offices recovered from a year of low investment returns, which averaged 0.3% in 2015, to climb to 7% in 2016, the report by Campden Wealth, in partnership with UBS, said.

July 17, 2017

Top-tier salaries in family offices have increased since 2016 with most chief executives now paid more than $300,000 a year, a study by Agreus reveals.

Top-tier salaries in family offices have increased since 2016 with most chief executives now paid more than $300,000 a year, a study by Agreus reveals.

Chief executives and investment related roles also generated the biggest bonuses of between 31% and 50%, with the high-end receiving more than 50%. However, the percentage of salary paid as bonuses was similar to the findings last year by the family office resourcing and recruitment consultancy.

June 29, 2017

A typical family office holds less than $500 million assets under management, invests in equities, employs at least 20 staff, who receive a discretionary bonus, and has operated for more than a decade, according to new research by Agreus.

A typical family office holds less than $500 million assets under management, invests in equities, employs at least 20 staff, who receive a discretionary bonus, and has operated for more than a decade, according to new research by Agreus.

Family office salaries have increased markedly on the previous year, with most surveyed chief executives or managing directors now paid on average more than £300,001, ($389,688) up from £150,001 ($194,845) to £200,000 ($259,791) last year.

February 10, 2016

Almost one-fifth of family office chief executives earned in excess of £300,000 ($433,000) last year, according to a new survey, compared to the median salary of £175,000.

Almost one-fifth of family office chief executives earned in excess of £300,000 ($433,000) last year, according to a new survey, compared to the median salary of £175,000.

The results were revealed in the Family Office Compensation Benchmark Report 2016 by Agreus, a London-based global family office adviser.

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