Family Offices

How These India-focused Family Offices are Running the Show From Dubai, Singapore & Mumbai

A conversation with 3 family offices that are investing in India from different locations have one common learning - Indian families are closed about their wealth & the way they want to invest it

Aashika Jain

What's Driving the Startup Ecosystem in Mumbai?

Understanding the hidden potential in Mumbai's disruptive organizations

Aastha Singal

Here is Why Multi-Family Offices Have a Great Opportunity

The growing number of millionaires as helped the concept of multi-family office also gain traction in the country

Vanita D'souza

What's Fueling the Growth of Family Offices in India?

The humble accountant is passé, the family office is the new rage - a status symbol in 'Richistan'. The rise of ultra high net worth families in India has given impetus to the growth of the family office sector. Entrepreneur India examines this modish trend: why super riches need it in this age and time

Vanita D'souza

Are Family Offices Fueling Startup's Growth in India?

Globally family offices are investing in startups since decades but it was until recently the trend started picking up in India

Vanita D'souza

#Four Keys Trends Driving the Family Office's Growth

FOs have now started to look beyond traditional investment avenues.

Vanita D'souza

This Family Was Amongst the First to Bring Family Offices in India

Managed by the father and daughter duo, RAAY Global Investments was established in 2002 as a family office

This Banker Left Her High Profile Job to Set up Family Office in India

This entrepreneur explains why wealthy Indian families should opt for family office

Partnering On Many Fronts

Not many know that Family Office also supports entrepreneurs in their quest to build lasting enterprises

Timing the Leap into Family Office

Institutionalization of capital markets has made such unflinching commitment a rarity.

Why the Future Belongs to Officeless Offices

Even as we harp on girls' education, the percentage of women dropping out of senior- and mid-level jobs has gone up to 50%.

Purba Kalita

Family Offices - An Attempt to Grow Together

At this juncture, even the most committed UHNI feels overwhelmed by the task of managing their wealth.