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IQ-EQ Launches Family Office Services Offering

Investor services group IQ-EQ has launched a family office services offering, which will bring together a range of key services across all of the group’s core segments, including Funds & Institutional in particular, given the increased demand for co-investment vehicles from UHNW families and their family offices.

Commenting on the launch, Steve Sokić, IQ-EQ’s Group Head of Private Wealth and Chair of its Family Office Services Committee, said:

“Since our strategic rebrand to IQ-EQ last year, our guiding vision has been to continuously develop a deeper understanding of the individual needs of our clients in key market niches. This is how we stay competitive and bring value. We’ve added a number of key capabilities over the last few years and now by bringing together a dedicated cross-segment offering, which is relevant for and demanded by our many family office clients worldwide, we’re able to service their unique and evolving requirements better than ever. With the next decade set to be full of challenges and opportunities as trillions of dollars are passed down to the next generation, we want to make sure we’re as focused and flexible as possible to be trusted partners to our family office clients, and the families they represent, throughout their evolution and across generations.”

The offering targets single and multi-family offices, as well as high-net-worth executives and entrepreneurs looking for a virtual family office set-up.


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