Targeting the family office market

investor groups: family offices

The interest in family offices, in all its forms, has resurfaced with a vengeance in the asset management and private banking world. The timing of such renewed interest is worth examining, as well as the reasons behind it.

The concept of the family office is by no means new. In essence, the genesis point of private banking effectively is the family office. This is the case if one accepts that the principal structure of the family office commences as an independent administrative hub managing the

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