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DOS & Co. Briefing Notes
We invite you to read some of our briefing notes and answers to frequently asked questions below. If you would like any further information on the subject-matter or content of these, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
The Pros and Cons of a Virtual Family Office A virtual family office is a progressive evolution of the single family office. It aims to tackle some of the issues that single family offices face by outsourcing a large amount of (principally operational) work, helping...read more
For the extremely wealthy, the decision on where to deposit one’s funds is an important one. Recent history has shown us that no bank is ‘too big to fail’, and the perceived safety of funds on deposit has certainly changed as a result. While most banks are now...read more
While we would all wish for our private affairs to stay private, for many of us those affairs will be of little more than passing interest (if any) to the media, our neighbours or business partners. As one’s affairs become either more public, more significant, or...read more
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