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A Co-Investing Guide For Family Offices

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FORCE Family Office is pleased to present our latest white paper, “A Co-Investment Guide for Family Offices.”

The guide is an overview of investing alongside other family offices and shares best practices from decades of experiencing in helping family offices build generational wealth. In a recent survey of family offices by Force, over 70% of respondents said they were interested in pursuing co-investment opportunities within the next 24 months.

This paper is for family offices who are looking to develop co-investment relationships and are curious about ways to get started and what to consider as they evaluate opportunities. “Co-investing is an increasingly significant part of most family office portfolios. There are steps, however, family offices can and should take to mitigate risk. We’re happy to share what we’ve learned about these steps with our friends in the family office community.” says FORCE CEO Steven Saltzstein.

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