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Only 23 per cent of family offices planning to change asset allocations despite market turbulence

Only 23 per cent of family offices planning to change asset allocations despite market turbulence

The inaugural BlackRock Global Family Office Survey of 185 Family Offices globally, has revealed that despite recent market turbulence and a challenging economic outlook, only 23 per cent of Family Offices intend to make material changes to their asset allocation, largely due to their long-term investment horizon.

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RiskMutation: How ACA Compliance Group is spearheading the operational response to evolving business risks following Covid-19

RiskMutation: How ACA Compliance Group is spearheading the operational response to evolving business risks following Covid-19

Business disruption, cybersecurity challenges and greater compliance burdens have long been acknowledged as being among the foremost operational challenges facing the hedge fund, private equity and investment management industries.

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Mirror, mirror on the wall: Asset managers must look within themselves to find operational dividends

Mirror, mirror on the wall: Asset managers must look within themselves to find operational dividends

By David Higgins, Managing Director of Citisoft's UK Practice – It was only two years ago that the news agenda was dominated by 2008 financial crisis anniversary stories, dissecting the lessons that were learned and discussing how far the financial services industry has changed in the intervening years. And yet, in the asset management sector, some of the key learnings were laid to one side more recently. This has been particularly acute from a business strategy perspective.

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Asia’s wealth management industry needs to ready itself for the 'Great Wealth Transfer'

Asia’s wealth management industry needs to ready itself for the 'Great Wealth Transfer'

Jersey Finance latest white paper and survey of wealth management professionals and experts, reveal that Asia’s wealth management community is not yet ready to adapt its products, solutions and services to cater to the needs and expectations of the younger ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) generation.