Financial Times Family Office
The responsibilities of the modern family office are constantly evolving. With ultra high net worth individuals increasing on an annual basis, coupled with an improving global financial outlook and increased competition from private banks, it is crucial that today’s family office stays abreast of this changing climate and meets these challenges with creative strategies and innovative solutions.
The FT Family Office events will seek to address many of these issues in educating single & multi family offices and explore and discuss themes and opportunities that today's global economy currently presents. These events offer insightful thinking for family offices through keynote addresses and smaller educative sessions hosted by some of the FT's most recognised and respected financial journalists - including John Authers (Senior Investment Commentator), James Kynge (Emerging Markets Editor) and Gideon Rachman (Chief Foreign Affairs Columnist).
Held across UK, Europe and Asia, the FT Family Office events also provide a great networking opportunity for families to meet other families of significant wealth.
The delegate profile for the events is restricted and places will only be reserved for family office members of single or private multi-family offices, members of significant business and financial families and private investors. The only other attendees at our events will be speakers and listed sponsors.
To register for the events please select the event you wish to attend and follow the registration link.
Family Office Research Projects
We publish research based reports to help families, family offices and foundations understand how their peers operate, and to benchmark their activity in different areas such as philanthropy and asset allocation.
Philanthropy and Impact Investing
The 2017 Investing for Global Impact report is now available here.
Innovation in family businesses
Our inaugural 'Innovation in Family Businesses' study can be downloaded here.
The FT Family Office Asset Allocation Research looks at asset allocation trends amongst Family Offices.
For past editions of the research please contact email@example.com.
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact:
0207 775 6602
For content or registration queries please contact:
0207 775 6528
FT Family Office Forum
Number One Southwark Bridge