BOOK REVIEW: The Complete Family Office Handbook - By Kirby Rosplock, PhD

11 March 2014

As a guide that could more appropriately be named The Beginner’s Guide to Family Offices or Family Offices: Best Practices, Rosplock’s all-encompassing handbook is just that: an introductory, broad-ranging manual on preparing for, setting up and running single and multi family offices.

While it might not challenge veteran family office executives, the handbook provides enough material for an engaging debate on the most efficient and rewarding strategies employed by offices globally. The global aspect is broken down for Rosplock’s analysis of regional variations, and littered with both theoretical and real-world illustrations throughout.

Experienced executives will be better off looking to specialist in-depth guides for their needs, though Rosplock’s handbook is ideal for those only just venturing into the world of family offices. 

Star rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Published by: John Wiley & Sons

Pages: 404

Review by Aatish Thakerar


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