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While most family offices are founded to provide investment and concierge services for the family perhaps the most important role of an SFO is to monitor and manage risk. With all investments and related activities managed by a single team, the SFO is in a better position than any individual family member, advisor, or external service provider to measure risk systematically and ensure the family's assets are protected.
TFOA's latest short video introduces some of the basic concepts of family office risk management and provides a general risk management framework you can utilize to analyze any risk threatening your organization.
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