The roots of family offices lie in Europe, going back hundreds of years. But, of course, it was in the United States that the family office took on a new life, over the past few decades becoming professionally run organizations, often headed by a non-family member and aimed at everything from managing the family's investments to running philanthropic ventures. Now, the spotlight is turning back to Europe. An increasing number of European high-net-worth families with at least $100 million in ...

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