Single Family Offices reduce equities, increase cash, and ETF education

The report was based on a survey of the 500-650 single family offices in Europe, of which 5% invest through ETFs and 4% by buying structured products. "The average weighting of ETFs and structured products across SFO portfolios belies some large differences in individual offices," says Campden Research's Bruce Love. "In some cases, ETFs were used for up to 20% of assets, whereas some SFOs did not use them at all. However, several survey respondents expressed a keen interest in ETFs and a desire

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