When A Single-Family Office Is Not A Good Fit

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With the tremendous increase in private wealth, family offices are multiplying. A substantial number of the super-rich (net worth = $500 million or more) and those somewhat less affluent are setting up single-family offices. “It’s mainly about extreme customization, control, and the ability to generate tremendous leverage,” says Angelo Robles, founder and CEO of the Family Office Association and author of Effective Family Office. “Still, some incredibly wealthy families have opted to go a different way and not set up their own family office.”

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