Family Offices Adding Staff As Direct Private Equity Investments Increase
Found in FIN alternatives Daily Newsletter www.finalternatives.com
May 8 2017 | 9:03pm ET
More than half of family offices now have at least two employees dedicated to sourcing and vetting private equity investments, according to a new survey from Family Office Exchange, and four out of five have at least one.
The data was published in the organization’s 2017 FOX Global Investment Survey, which polled 118 family offices on a number of issues including asset allocation, performance, passive versus active investing in long-only equity, investment trends, current economic outlook, and financial challenges.
Other highlights from the survey:
Headquartered in Chicago, Family Office Exchange is a global member network for enterprise families and their advisors who are pursuing best practices for managing their family enterprise and growing their family wealth. The community includes over 8,000 family leaders and sophisticated advisors from 500 organizations in 20 countries.
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