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Family offices are increasingly doing club investments so as not to miss out on deals due to a lack of capacity, but joining forces with their peers can be tricky.
More rich families and family offices in Asia are doing club deals and co-investments, but these come with their own perils. Our family office forum hears some key tips.
The Hong Kong alternative investment firm will concentrate on distribution for the rest of this year as Paul SmithÆs seed temporarily runneth dry.
Regulators put in a quiet word over linking trading agreements to mutual fund distribution.