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Next Gens, Impact Investing, And Co-Investment

Next Gens, Impact Investing, And Co-Investment2017 Global Family Office Research of Next Gens, Impact Investing, And Co-Investment

Now in its fourth year, the Global Family Office Report is the definitive review of the family office space in Next Gens, Impact Investing, And Co-Investment.  Last year’s report surveyed 242 family offices.  They had average assets under management of $759 million, and in-depth interviews with 25 principals.

Global Family Office Report 2017

All participants in the survey will receive an exclusive copy of the Global Family Office Report 2017 in autumn.  They are being encouraged to complete the survey.

The landmark study provides benchmarking in these three new topics, alongside existing areas such as allocations. These include performance, costs, and insight into trends in family governance and philanthropy.

Dr Rebecca Gooch, director of research at Campden Wealth, said the new areas will highlight how families are making a success of co-investing and what next gens are likely to do with family wealth in coming years.

“Following last year’s Global Family Office Report, we consulted the community and discussed the topics they’d like us to cover in more depth,” she said.

“Co-investing and the next generation were the two themes our readers were most enthusiastic about. Therefore, we’ve dedicated two entirely new sections within the report to these new areas. We’ve also decided to expand our impact investing section to better understand the challenges of this fledgling area.”

See the Camden Research form here.

Global Family Office Report 2016

Last year, the Global Family Office Report 2016 revealed how families are switching out of hedge funds and into private equity.  The coming of age of impact investing (61% are active or expect to be) and the real extent of cyber-security breaches (15% have experienced breaches).

Other results detailed that attracting and maintaining the right talent was a major concern for family offices last year. It reported bonus structures for C-suite executives of between 30% to 45% of base salary, with the largest payouts as a percentage of salary occurring in North America.

Participation is entirely confidential and no identifiable details will be included in the final report. Participants must work within a single family office or multi-family office.

If you meet the criteria potential participants can register their interest by clicking here. The survey covers investments, costs, governance, and philanthropy.

If you have not yet read last year’s report, please get in touch.  You may do so via telephone, +44203 763 2800, or email, research@campdenwealth.com.

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