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February 12, 2018

Despite a tumultuous fortnight in the stock market, family offices are being encouraged to look at whether they have enough global equity exposure, with the second-longest bull market in history predicted to keep lumbering through 2018.

Despite a tumultuous fortnight in the stock market, family offices are being encouraged to look at whether they have enough global equity exposure, with the second-longest bull market in history predicted to keep lumbering through 2018.

Steve Brice, chief investment strategist at Standard Chartered Bank, said the majority of his family office clients were under-exposed to equities, and though the past week had seen trillions wiped off stock market values, this provided opportunity for investors to buy into.

January 24, 2018

Nearly half of family offices offer senior staff co-investment opportunities as part of their compensation package, new research suggests.

Nearly half of family offices offer senior staff co-investment opportunities as part of their compensation package, new research suggests.

Other popular forms of compensation for investment staff include carried interest, offered by 38% of family offices; deferred incentive compensation (28%); and leverage through recourse loans (12%).

January 8, 2018

As India’s government forecasts 6.5% growth in gross domestic product for the fiscal year ending in March 2018, Vik Mehrotra of Venus Capital, the founder of the first India-focused hedge fund in the 1990s, explains why family office investors should meet the Indian demand for capital.

As India’s government forecasts 6.5% growth in gross domestic product for the fiscal year ending in March 2018, Vik Mehrotra of Venus Capital, the founder of the first India-focused hedge fund in the 1990s, explains why family office investors should meet the Indian demand for capital.

November 22, 2017

While some investors are stepping up their concern around an impending recession, wealth manager Kleinwort Hambros advises it is likely the bull market will continue to “grind higher”.

While some investors are stepping up their concern around an impending recession, wealth manager Kleinwort Hambros advises it is likely the bull market will continue to “grind higher”.

Mouhammed Choukeir, chief investment officer at Societe Generale's UK private banking and wealth management division, said clients are coming to terms with the uncertainties posed by Brexit and Trump.

“These are topics that have been around for some time,” Choukeir said.

November 17, 2017

With 65% of family offices expecting a generational wealth transfer within the 15 years, what better theme than succession to explore at the 2017 North American Family Office Conference?

With 65% of family offices expecting a generational wealth transfer within the 15 years, what better theme than succession to explore at the 2017 North American Family Office Conference?

Campden Wealth’s North American regional manager David Braham said in the next two decades, ultra-high net worth families will hand over $2.1 trillion to their heirs, a process which means grappling with issues around education, leadership, values, and communication.

November 14, 2017

Andreas Feller, Head of Private Banking Zurich, Eastern Switzerland, and ultra-high net worth individuals at the Swiss private banking group Julius Baer, discusses thematic investing, digital disruption, and why women are an increasingly important segment for the wealth management industry

Andreas Feller, Head of Private Banking Zurich, Eastern Switzerland, and ultra-high net worth individuals at the Swiss private banking group Julius Baer, discusses thematic investing, digital disruption, and why women are an increasingly important segment for the wealth management industry

September 14, 2017

A decade since the Global Financial Crisis and there are “echoes”—but nothing more—of history repeating itself with the investment climate remaining relatively “friendly”.

A decade since the Global Financial Crisis and there are “echoes”—but nothing more—of history repeating itself with the investment climate remaining relatively “friendly”.

That is according to Kevin Gardiner, global investment strategist at Rothschild Wealth Management, who gave a press briefing this week around political risk, the effects of ongoing economic expansion, and inflation.

March 10, 2017

The climate for business has not worsened so far and it is still possible to get inflation beating returns on investments, despite political uncertainty from Brexit, Donald Trump and upcoming European elections, says Rothchild & Co.

The climate for business has not worsened so far and it is still possible to get inflation beating returns on investments, despite political uncertainty from Brexit, Donald Trump and upcoming European elections, says Rothchild & Co.

May 6, 2014

The UK's largest charitable foundations increased their giving by 10% over the 18 months to March 2013, according to the Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF), despite falling public and corporate donations.

The UK's largest charitable foundations increased their giving by 10% over the 18 months to March 2013, according to the Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF), despite falling public and corporate donations.

Foundation Giving Trends found charitable giving by foundations grew by £271 million to £2.4 billion, accounting for 14% of total private charitable giving, while income fell by approximately the same amount.

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