Multi Family Office + Family Office Consulting

In today’s world family offices and multi family offices need to have a global outlook and an organizational structure that accommodates the needs of a globally mobile family.

As family capital grows so does the complexity associated with the administration of a global asset base and the most appropriate way to account for and report on those assets.

Our family offices services team consult on family office architecture, family office tax advisory, family office compliance (regulatory and tax preparation), family financial reporting, and multi family office administration.

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Family Office Architecture

For the original patriarch or matriarch of an ultra wealthy family an increase in wealth may have little impact on the values by which they live their lives.

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Financial Reporting

Having a clear understanding of your family’s global assets and liabilities is critical to any financial decision-making process.

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Family Office Compliance

Ownership of a global asset base will have a dramatic impact on the nature and volume of administration that a family is forced to deal with.

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Multi Family Office

We offer multi family office services for families that do not have the liquidity or the desire to manage a family office on their own.

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Tax Advisory

Multi-jurisdictional tax plans help global families remain globally tax compliant, while protecting their worldwide assets.

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Have a tax question?

We care. Asena’s guiding philosophy is to understand and have empathy with our clients while providing specialist professional tax advice and services. If you need integrated cross border tax advice and compliance our renowned team is able to help you.

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