We regularly discuss how America is home to the most mature Family Office marketplace. Coined by the family of J.P Morgan in 1838 and popularised by the Rockefellers some four decades on, the concept of a Family Office has grown in popularity with anywhere from 3,000 – 6,000 thought to exist across the USA.
While undoubtedly rich in history, the US has some healthy competition. While they might not have the numbers, the UK is catching up – inspired by the likes of the Rothschild Family which can be traced back to the 15th century.
Download our US vs. UK Family Office Guide to see their remarkable likeness but also, their key differences. Download to also explore:
- Our 10 years of primary data comparing the make-up of US and UK Family Offices including how many employees they have, where they operate and how many years in operation they have behind them.
- How the US and UK differ in their approach to personality testing, cultural fit hiring and interviewing.
- Why it’s harder to retain Family Office Talent in the US and how to fix it.
- The debate of the salary history ban.
- The key differences between US and UK Employment Rights.
- How Executives are compensated in Family Offices in both regions.
- Key compensation differences across the US and UK.
- How we differ, culturally.
Download the guide here and please do not hesitate to get in touch about your next Family Office hire in the USA.