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Trade Wars and Asian Wealth: Q&A with Golden Horse Fund Management

When U.S. President Donald Trump fired the first shot of tariffs to launch his trade war, the Singapore Business Review estimated that Singapore would be one of the first casualties with an estimated loss of $22 billion. A Bank of Singapore report warns about a possible recession with extended periods of distressed returns on risk assets. Meanwhile, 88% of respondents to a recent Monetary Authority of Singapore survey said they were worried about the direct impact of the U.S.-China trade war.

A Look at Family Offices in LatAm: Q&A With Martin Litwak

The number of Latin American family offices has grown in recent years. Martin Litwak, CEO of boutique law firm Litwak & Partners, has experienced this growth first hand. In 2017, he created Latin America’s first multi-family office that focuses exclusively on legal, trust and tax matters. In the following Q&A he explains the trends impacting family offices in the region and the unique challenges they face.

Co-investment Challenges for Family Offices: Q&A With Rupert Phelps of Smith & Williamson

As family offices turn to co-investing for more control over capital, transparency and lower transaction costs they face unique challenges in vetting potential deals. In the coming weeks, MarketCurrents will run a Q&A series in which family office execs and experts shed light on the issues that need to be addressed and how to navigate them.

Global Family Office Summit to Shine Spotlight on Investing in a New Age

The Ritossa Family Office will host the sixth annual Global Family Office Investment Summit June 27-29 in Monaco. This year’s theme is “Investing in a new age” with presentations, panel discussions and roundtables on subjects such as digital currencies, biotech, software and alternate energies. There will also be a spotlight on co-investing and a series of five minute per speaker start-up pitches

Family offices join institutions in a €3.5 billion renewable energy fund from Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners

It’s evident when a fund closes at half a billion more than its target then it’s a big yes to renewable energy from major investors. Forty-two investors comprising of family offices, pension companies, insurance companies and asset/fund managers closed out Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners’ (CIP) new fund – Copenhagen Infrastructure III (CI III) – in March this year at €3.5 billion, exceeding the €3.0 billion target fund size. The fund held its first close over 12 months ago.

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