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Abbot Downing
Wednesday, January 6, 2016

There is rarely any dissension over the assumption that future investment results are shaped by present-day conditions. Underpromising, or assuming future returns will fall below historic averages, may appear unduly pessimistic. Yet, adversity is best confronted when it is expected.

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Millennium Global Investments, Ltd.
Wednesday, December 9, 2015

It is a common understanding that when investing in international assets, there are two sources of risk, first, the volatility that comes from the underlying asset itself (typically equities or bonds) and second, the volatility of the currency in which the international asset is denominated versu

Temple Fennell, Co-Director – Harvard Kennedy School, Keller Enterprises, LLC
Wednesday, October 7, 2015

As Impact Investing gains global momentum and acceptance as viable family oriented strategy, a key question needs to be addressed... Is Your Family Office Ready for Impact Investing?

Charles B. Grace, III, Managing Director – Family Office Exchange W. Jackson Parham, Jr., CFA, Partner, Chief Investment Officer – Eton Advisors LP
Wednesday, September 16, 2015

As a global network of families, family offices and family wealth advisors, Family Office Exchange is at the center of conversation around issues of financial relevance that impact FOX Families.

Know Your Strengths: How to Develop a Family Wealth Strategy

Aug 28 2015 - Anonymous

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Socially Responsible Investing: What Every Trustee Should Know

Aug 21 2015 - Anonymous

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BNY Mellon
Thursday, August 20, 2015

It’s a bit early for Halloween, but the equity markets have been scary over the past few weeks and months.  Fear is problematic, particularly when it comes to investing in equities.

PwC Private Company Services
Thursday, August 20, 2015

It has been called one of the “greatest technological breakthroughs since the Internet.”1 It also has been called “a black hole” into which a consumer’s money could just disappear.