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Ultra-rich protect wealth with spread of 'family offices'

Published on Thursday 16th of March 2017 01:44:49 AM in BBC

The ultra-rich in London are increasingly protecting their wealth through the use of "family offices", says research from the London School of Economics.These are teams of professionals - such as lawyers, financiers and psychologists - employed to ensure the "dynastic wealth" of the super-rich.These offices work ...

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