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How the world’s wealthiest keep it in the family

The world’s richest families, disillusioned with traditional wealth management, are taking matters into their own hands. Lucy Loewenberg reports on the rise of the family office. In medieval times, royals appointed a steward who was responsible for managing their wealth, domestic staff and household affairs. This...

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“Prospering Post-Brexit”

Interesting article by Alex Wade who heads up Knightsbridge Wealth http://www.knightsbridgewealth.co.uk/As someone who voted to remain in Europe, I  take a less sanguine view on the effects of BREXIT particularly in relation to the amount of investment the UK has lost whilst we establish our...

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Interviewing in Family Office Recruitment

I came across thought provoking article:  "Scrap the Job Interview" in "MoneyWeek" (18/11/16) recently - relevant for those recruiting in a family office context. I agree with some points - in particular assessing an individual on hard facts and demonstrable achievements rather than being overly influenced by a great interview style. However, for...

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The Growth of Family Offices

 Compelling article below regarding the growth of family offices. The author argues that the conditions of the recent financial crisis provided a catalyst."Since the first industrial revolution, man’s ingenuity to create wealth has been unlimited. Apart from periods of war, since the late 1700s with...

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A remainer’s night out…..

As a firm remainer in the recent EU referendum I thought I would challenge myself and attend a Spectator Event last night optimistically entitled:"How to make BREXIT a success"I'm glad I went. It was a calm, rational, and balanced debate without all the normal hyperbole...

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A little perspective on recent events in Panama and Mossack Fonseca

An interesting  interview on Radio 4 this morning (5th April 2016) in which Dominic Grieve (MP/QC and Chair of Intelligence and Security Committee. Formerly Attorney General) talks a lot of common sense in stark contrast to some of the rather predictable ill informed comments in the press and elsewhere.He draws the distinction...

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