Private foundations (PFs) remain popular because wealthy donors often want to maintain control over donated assets. In a similar vein, many wealthy families form family offices to provide greater control and oversight over their financial affairs. More substantial family offices typically provide investment management oversight to various family members, trusts and other entities established by the family. As such, it's natural for these family offices to consider extending investment ...

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