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February 16, 2021

Family offices can act as reliable providers of direct company equity and debt funding to successful private businesses who are finding it difficult to find sustainable sources of efficiently priced capital  from institutional providers currently caught up with responding to Covid liquidity requirements for public companies and governmental agencies. 

Family offices can act as reliable providers of direct company equity and debt funding to successful private businesses who are finding it difficult to find sustainable sources of efficiently priced capital  from institutional providers currently caught up with responding to Covid liquidity requirements for public companies and governmental agencies.

September 29, 2017

Family offices are doing less co-investing and active management of their private equity investments, increasingly delegating to funds amid execution challenges, new research suggests.

Family offices are doing less co-investing and active management of their private equity investments, increasingly delegating to funds amid execution challenges, new research suggests.

The newly-released Global Family Office Report 2017 (GFOR) said co-investments made up only 9.4% of the average private equity portfolio among 101 multi-year participants.

May 24, 2013

Despite the Madoff scandal being an increasingly distant memory, concern about financial fraud is still uppermost in the minds of the wealthiest investors, particularly when it comes to hedge funds, according to a recent study.

Despite the Madoff scandal being an increasingly distant memory, concern about financial fraud is still uppermost in the minds of the wealthiest investors, particularly when it comes to hedge funds, according to a recent study.

Corgentum, an operational due diligence consultancy, found that family offices across the US, Europe and Asia are doing much more due diligence on their hedge fund holdings as a result of concerns.

October 26, 2009

Rudy Giuliani is best known as the former mayor of New York, but a joint venture with investment firm Nine Thirty Capital that provides due diligence for families casts him in a new light

Rudy Giuliani admits he is growing tired of being asked whether he intends to run for governor or president. The former mayor of New York, feted as the man who led the Big Apple out of its darkest day in September 2001, is constantly being touted to return to the political big stage.

September 16, 2009

Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani has moved into the area of manager due diligence in the wake of the recent market scandals.

Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani has moved into the area of manager due diligence in the wake of the recent market scandals.

Utilising the experience he gained as a prosecutor and mayor taking innovative approaches to combating fraud and organised and white collar crime, Giuliani has teamed up with investment firm Nine Thirty Capital to launch a joint venture aimed at improving the protection offered to a select group of ultra high net worth families.

June 3, 2009

Last year was the year that diversification didn’t work. For many family offices, diversification was the cornerstone of their risk management approach. In light of the new investing environment, are family offices changing the way they approach risk management?

Last year was the year that diversification didn't work. Traditional investment theory was turned on its head as the majority of asset classes fell in unison. For many family offices, diversification was the cornerstone of their risk management approach and few succeeded in their key goal – the preservation of capital. In light of the new investing environment, are family offices changing the way they approach risk management?

June 1, 2003

There’s more to forming a business relationship with another company than just the balance sheet. It’s the people and the system as a whole that can make or break a deal

Michael J O'Malley is a consultant and lecturer who specialises in developing solutions for the relationship problems among business members, outside stakeholders and management.

Larry McEnerney is the director of writing at the University of Chicago.

There's more to forming a business relationship with another company than just the balance sheet. It's the people and the system as a whole that can make or break a deal

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