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Multi-family office acquires minority stake in property asset manager 22/04/2016

Client strategies: a new look at old wealth 18/04/2016
Private bankers often profess that, when it comes to clients, they like old money most of all.

Northern Trust hires to boost services to family offices 11/04/2016
Northern Trust Asset Management has appointed Lincoln Ellis, as a senior client investment officer for the global family office practice of its outsourced chief investment officer (OCIO) business.

The week in review - the most read stories on thewealthnet 01/04/2016
The most read stories on thewealthnet this week.

Another UBS executive joins top Oz family office 23/03/2016
The Myer Family Office (MFCo) has appointed a UBS executive Danielle Press to the newly-created role of chief executive of the office, one of the largest in the southern hemisphere.

Family offices increasingly going global - former JP Morgan Private Bank head 17/03/2016
Globalisation of wealth continues as a prominent trend among family offices, according to Maria Elena Lagomasino, managing partner and chief executive of WE Family Offices.

Bettencourt-Myers family sets up new family office fund 02/03/2016
The Bettencourt-Meyers family, the largest investor in cosmetics giant L’Oreal SA , has recruited Lazard managing partner Alexandre Benais for its family office, Tethys.

The week on eprivateclient - PAM Insight leadership seminar, Barclays, HSBC and more 29/02/2016
A look at this week's top stories

The week on eprivateclient - Bedell, Deloitte, Farrer & Co, Vistra, Withers and more.... 15/02/2016
A look at the big stories on eprivateclient last week

How family offices reward their top executives 08/02/2016
The highest propoportion of single family office CEOs are paid between £150,000 and £200,000 annually, a comprehensive survey of the industry shows. Twenty-seven percent of top executives fell within that pay band. At the very top end, just over 18 percent of SFO heads got more than £300,000, according to data compiled by headhunters and pay researchers Agreus. It surveyed more than 200 SFOs for its research, believed one of the most comprehensive yet on compensation in the family office industry.

 
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