The explosion in private wealth in Asia is fostering the growth of single-family offices. This, combined with the “best practices” of single-family offices throughout the world, will result in many Asian single-family offices becoming high fun
Family offices are increasing demand for a technology solution that blends trading and back office management, IRESS managing director of Australia and New Zealand financial markets Kirsty Gross revealed.
A search fund, however, offers family office investors a unique bridge between investing in a traditional private equity fund and a direct investing strategy.
John Thaler, founder of JAT Capital, is returning client money to turn his $1.7 billion hedge fund firm into a family office
Women's involvement in family office affairs is largely felt in the area of philanthropy, speakers tell AsianInvestor's forum in Singapore, with the investment side of the business still dominated by men.
The increasing popularity of family offices in Asia means that managers will need to adapt to their needs and be aware of their desire for a handson approach, speakers tell AsianInvestor's Family Office Forum.