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September 13, 2011

Anything involving families is a recipe for dispute, and family offices are no exception. Most often, the dispute revolves around whether a family office should stick with being a single family office, or branch out and become a multi family office.

Anything involving families is a recipe for dispute, and family offices are no exception. Most often, the dispute revolves around whether a family office should stick with being a single family office, or branch out and become a multi family office.

So which model is best - single or multi? Should the focus be on wealth preservation or creation?

Read the full story at CampdenFO.

August 18, 2011

John Ricciardi, formerly at multi family office Iveagh, has joined investment management company Kestrel Partners. In his new position as head of the company’s investment management division, Ricciardi is to launch a new global multi-asset fund over the next few months.

John Ricciardi, formerly at multi family office Iveagh, has joined investment management company Kestrel Partners.

In his new position as head of the company’s investment management division, Ricciardi is to launch a new global multi-asset fund over the next few months, according to a company statement. London-based Kestrel specialises in offering services to small listed companies.

April 20, 2009

Iveagh, the London-based Guinness family office, has entered into a strategic partnership with alternative investment management company 47 Degrees North Capital.

Iveagh, the London-based Guinness family office, has entered into a strategic partnership with  alternative investment management company 47 Degrees North Capital. Under the agreement, Iveagh will become a minority shareholder of 47 Degrees North – a leading provider of specialised fund of hedge fund products with offices in New York and Switzerland.

May 1, 2008

An entirely new breed of family offices is emerging in the 21st century, shaped by a next generation who are introducing new ideas about the role of the organisation. Suzanna de Baca explores how three family business heirs have recreated their family offices

An entirely new breed of family offices is emerging in the 21st century, shaped by a next generation who are introducing new ideas about the role of the organisation. Suzanna de Baca explores how three family business heirs have recreated their family offices

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