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International Family Office Association ABN: 46 149 045 205


IFOA MISSION STATEMENT


The International Family Office Association a not-for-profit organisation providing objective information and collaboration for the needs and interests of family members and those establishing, managing or servicing the Family Office sector globally.


UHNWIs would benefit from establishing a family office or joining a multifamily office:


MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS


ƒ Access to a global network from a likeminded Asian perspective – confidential online member forums


ƒ A centre for and source of useful/relevant information for family offices


ƒ A place offering guidance and private consultation to individuals and private family businesses seeking to set up a Family Office


ƒ An Association to facilitate opportunities for networking and online platform for thought leadership – confidential online and global communication


ƒ Access and invitations to specialist training, education, seminars and conferences


ƒ Ability to embrace awareness of best practice in philanthropic and socially responsible frameworks


ƒ A place of guidance for appropriate asset allocation and investment structures


ƒ A place to seek out approved specialist service providers; art, boating, jewellery etc.


ƒ A source of reference to risk and insurance solutions tailored to the family office and Ultra High Net Worth Individuals – (UHNWIs)


ƒ Access to innovative co-investment introductions and capital matching – confidential online global service


ƒ Access and introductions to regional and international networks of families’ offices, UHNWIs


ƒ An Association representing the interests of family offices and UHNWIs to governments and other interest groups with one (confidential) voice


ƒ Official certification and regular members-only newsletter


International Family Office Association


L46 Governor Phillip Tower 1 Farrer Place Sydney NSW 2000 AUSTRALIA


Postal Address P.O. Box R1511 Royal Exchange NSW 1225 AUSTRALIA


info@ifoa.asia www.ifoa.asia


YOUR OPTIONS


BRONZE $990.00 PA. INC GST (Ultra High Net Worth >$10m)


As an association we want to encourage Ultra High Net Worth Individuals (UHNWIs) to join who would benefit from establishing a family office or by joining a multifamily office.


Often these people run what we describe as a hybrid family office. These usually are entrepreneurs who maintain a close watch on their accumulated wealth and outsource their needs.


GOLD $1,760 PA. INC GST (Single Family Office)


A single family office is when significant liquid assets result from wealth accumulation from various sources and where the decision has been made to self manage these assets.


The single family office may still have operating businesses; property interests and alternative assets in addition to liquid funds. To justify the associated costs of employing in-house skills we estimate that a minimum amount of between A$80m-$120m net is required.


DIAMOND $5,830 PA. INC GST (Multifamily Office)


The multifamily office is often a large single family office offering all or some of these services to other UHNWIs or smaller single family offices, and whom ultimately may also have in-house investment funds.


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