A family dilemma

family offices

Taking a funds-of-funds approach to hedge fund allocation, rather than the traditional separate account method, presents a potential advantages and disadvantages for a family office and its clients.

With this in mind, the decision of the appropriate approach should be made only after considering carefully the balance of maintaining theoretical investment ideals and maximising operational efficiency, within the practical framework of hedge fund investing.

Furthermore, factors such as the number of

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