The Truth About Family Office Finance Jobs

Posted by Ed 12 mths ago
Recruiters say banking hotshots aren’t always the right fit for the sometimes unusual job of working directly for the world’s richest people.
Family offices are on the hunt for talent. Yet attracting ­financial hotshots to C-level positions at wealthy families’ investment offices is tricky work, mostly because not everyone is prepared for the culture change.
Working directly for some of the richest people in the world brings perks such as trips aboard superyachts, but it can also come with family drama and offbeat personalities.
Paul Westall and Tayyab Mohamed, directors at Agreus Group, a resourcing and recruitment company focused on filling roles at single-family offices, say they first make sure candidates understand what they’re getting into before putting them forward for a job.
In an interview with Bloomberg Markets, they describe what it’s like to work for a family office and what families expect from their investment managers.

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