Dedicated to the complex needs of international family offices, wealthy individuals and their family foundations.
Established over 30 years ago, the Global Family & Private Investment Offices (GFO) group is a dedicated boutique practice within Northern Trust’s Wealth Management business. The group focuses on providing tailor-made investment, fiduciary, custody, financial reporting and investment advisory solutions to ultra-high-net-worth individuals and their families, family offices as well as charities, foundations and endowments.
Our family office clients implement sophisticated investment programs, utilise multiple internal, external, domestic and global money managers, require complex reporting and often do work within the framework of a family office to manage and oversee a variety of financial needs and wealth transfer strategies.
Within the GFO group we foster long-term relationships with our clients by offering an unparalleled combination of service, institutional expertise and global capabilities which are tailored to the distinct needs of our clients.
Northern Trust's strategic focus on our clients and our core business has not wavered for over 125 years. Our heritage gives us an unparalleled insight into the needs of our clients and to this day we adhere to the same principles upon which we were founded by the Smith Family – Service, Expertise and Integrity.
As of 31st March 2016
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