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Investments

After a year of poor performance, family offices’ average investment portfolio bounced back with a notable 6.7% increase from 0.3% in 2015 to 7.0% in 2016. North American family offices performed the best globally, averaging a 7.7% annual investment return. This gain is largely due to their relatively lower allocations to real estate, which achieved weaker performance in 2016, in favour of equities and private equity. Read more

Structures

C-suite salaries have markedly increased across the board between 2016 and 2017, with CEOs and COOs enjoying the highest annual growth in base salaries, up 9.8% and 10.1% respectively. CEOs in North America currently receive the highest average base salaries ($411,000), followed by CEOs in Europe ($344,000), Emerging Markets ($314,000) and Asia-Pacific ($271,000). Read more

Purpose

Last year, succession planning topped family offices’ list of priorities. This year, roughly half (47.3%) of family offices have a succession plan in place, while a similar proportion do not (45.7%). Impact investing also remains important with a notable 28.3% of family offices engaged this year, with those in North America and Emerging Markets being the most active. Read more






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