COVID 19 Reshapes Capital Flowing Into Real Estate Investments
March 12, 2020 China’s role as the pivotal buyer of global real estate is being threatened by the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. So far, the number of infections in China have crossed 80,000. As a consequence, vast swathes of the nation are on lockdown which has diminished business activity and capital flows.READ MORE
Taxes and Overbuilding Have Choked New York’s Luxury Property Market
Feb 27, 2020 Family offices and institutional investors poured billions into New York’s real estate market as the Big Apple cemented its reputation as a thriving global megacity. However, a sudden surge in local taxes and inventory have taken the sheen off this market in recent years.READ MORE
Cash, Real Assets and Private Deals: How Family Offices Are Preparing for 2020
Nov 7. 2019 “The world has gone mad and the system is broken,” said billionaire hedge fund manager Ray Dalio in an article he posted on LinkedIn this week. Dalio’s sense of trepidation about the global economic climate seems to be shared by family offices and wealthy investors across the globe, who are responding by repositioning their assets.READ MORE
Rate Risks Weigh on Family Offices As Fed Becomes Less Predictable
Aug 28. 2019
A decade after interest rates hit a historic low and a week after President Donald Trump referred to Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell as an “enemy,” family offices and institutional investors may have to reconsider their portfolios’ sensitivity to unpredictable rate fluctuations.
Leaders With Mental Illness: What Family Offices Need to Know
July 08 - 12. 2019
Leading a business is never easy. Years of sacrifice and stress can eventually take a toll on a business leader’s health. While physical illnesses are easily identified and swiftly treated, mental illnesses present a more nuanced and complicated challenge that not many families are fully prepared to deal with.