As part of The Global Family Office Report: Regional Series, this document is part of a trilogy covering North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific. In addition to rich regional analysis, each report offers an overlay of global data so that family offices can compare themselves to their peers both regionally and worldwide.
This series, which has been running since 2014, serves as the world’s leading and most comprehensive study on family offices, with 382 globally (76 from 11 countries in Asia-Pacific) participating in the research.
The reports’ insights cover a broad range of topics including family office investments, performance, operational costs, technology, risk, governance, cybersecurity and succession planning. The average family wealth (per respondent) across the global series stands at USD $1.8 billion, while the average family office AUM is USD $1.0 billion. In Asia–Pacific the average family wealth is USD $1.2 billion and AUM USD $0.6 billion. The total net wealth estimated across the global series stands at USD $699 billion and AUM USD $390 billion.
This research has been widely covered by the world's top media outlets including Bloomberg, The Economist, The Financial Times, Reuters, and Forbes.