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  • Research

    Men play a central role in the decision making for most affluent families, and understanding their views, attitudes, and practices may help us better understand their intentions for their family’s wealth. This 2007 GenSpring Family Offices study of over 100 affluent men reveals insights about their views, attitudes, perceptions, and wealth transfer intentions.

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    Why do some families have the uncanny ability to sustain their wealth and/or enterprise across multiple generations? This GenSpring Family Offices research study, which is culmination of findings over the last four years, explores the relationship of the family business to the family office from a perspective that has never been researched: examining the entrepreneurial orientation and governance practices and perceptions on sustainability of the business and the wealth.

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    This GenSpring Family Offices study provides a deeper understanding of similarities and differences between men’s and women’s perceptions of wealth, involvement, awareness and decision making, family wealth practices, and wealth transfer intentions.

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    In 2006, GenSpring Family Offices sponsored a study of over 100 affluent women to determine their knowledge, awareness and involvement, decision making and communication, family experiences around wealth, attitudes, values and practices for wealth preservation; wealth transfer intentions, and preferred characteristics for their wealth advisor.