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Family Offices: Clients Want Their Own Wealth Team

Posted by Robert L. Arone Since 2017, the number of single family offices has grown substantially, with 3100 offices in North America. As the economy has surged, the number of families with millions in assets to invest has increased correspondingly. As a trusted advisor, you play an important role in managing the wealth of these families—and managing the risks associated with the recent downturn triggered by the coronavirus. But even families who are less wealthy can benefit from a team approach to the management of their estate and financial planning. What is a family office? A family office typically provides a variety of services to a very wealthy family, including but not limited to the following: Investment management Cash management Risk management Financial planning Estate planning Tax planning Planning for charitable giving Multi-generational planning Single family offices are typically used by one ultra-high net worth family having $100 million or more

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