The State of the Art in Family Wealth Management is a great resource for those who need to better understand what it means to be an “enterprise family” and understand how to work within a Family Enterprise Framework. Inside you’ll find the big picture view of the work that families need to be prepared to do, where families need to focus their efforts, and how families and advisors must work together.
Recommended for: Family members, family office executives, multi-family office staff, wealth advisors
Families that develop enterprise plans typically experience greater harmony, more clearly recognize threats to long-term goals, and do a better job of capitalizing on wealth enhancement opportunit
Conducted in partnership with Harris myCFO, this is the third publication in a series of FOX Thought Leaders Programs, and the second study to examine how families with generational wealth can ado
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Families that integrate risk management into their broader wealth management practice take a proactive rather than reactive approach to the future.