The world’s top 100 billionaires have doubled their wealth from US$753 billion in 1997 to US$1,437 billion in 2007. How do the world’s richest families manage their wealth? Wharton professor of entrepreneurship and management, Raphael (Raffi) Amit, who led a global team of researchers in a first ever study of single family offices (SFOs), presented the study findings at the Singapore Management University recently.
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