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April 27, 2017

Salaries for senior executives at family offices are increasing, and almost one-third of chief executives and managing directors now earn more than £300,000 ($386,000) a year, according to a new report.

Salaries for senior executives at family offices are increasing, and almost one-third of chief executives and managing directors now earn more than £300,000 ($386,000) a year, according to a new report.

Produced by London-based family office recruitment specialist Agreus, the Family Office Compensation Benchmark Report 2017 also found that fewer family office staff members are receiving an annual bonus.

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.

December 4, 2015

Chief executives working for the largest single family offices in the United States had an average remuneration package of $830,000 last year, according to a new survey from financial services empire Fidelity Investments.

Chief executives working for the largest single family offices in the United States had an average remuneration package of $830,000 last year, according to a new survey from financial services empire Fidelity Investments.

Insights on Family Office Compensation, which was co-authored by family-run research company Botoff Consulting, found that chief executives from family offices with more than $1 billion in assets typically received a base salary of $550,000 as well as additional perks to the tune of $280,000.

October 29, 2015

Thirty-five per cent of family office CEOs are female, according to a new report, compared to just 4.6% in the S&P 500.Thirty-five per cent of family office CEOs are female, according to a new report, compared to just 4.6% in the S&P 500.

The diversity of families appears to be reflected in family office personnel – at least when it comes to gender – research from Family Office Exchange (FOX) and US advisory firm Grant Thornton suggests.

In a survey of 112 family offices, 35% were headed by a female chief executive, said the 2015 FOX Family Office Compensation and Benefits Report, compared to 4.6% in the S&P 500. In a release FOX said the gender statistics had been “surprising”.

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