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July 17, 2017

Top-tier salaries in family offices have increased since 2016 with most chief executives now paid more than $300,000 a year, a study by Agreus reveals.

Top-tier salaries in family offices have increased since 2016 with most chief executives now paid more than $300,000 a year, a study by Agreus reveals.

Chief executives and investment related roles also generated the biggest bonuses of between 31% and 50%, with the high-end receiving more than 50%. However, the percentage of salary paid as bonuses was similar to the findings last year by the family office resourcing and recruitment consultancy.

January 13, 2016

One of the world’s most successful hedge funds turned family office, Soros Fund Management, has promoted Ted Burdick as chief investment officer (CIO) five months after its top investor Scott Bessent left the family firm to launch his own $4.5-billion macro fund.  

One of the world’s most successful hedge funds turned family office, Soros Fund Management, has promoted Ted Burdick as chief investment officer (CIO) five months after its top investor Scott Bessent left the family firm to launch his own $4.5-billion macro fund.

Formerly the head of distressed debt and arbitrage, Burdick’s promotion will make him the fund’s sixth CIO since 2000 – and the third to be recruited internally.

September 20, 2011

Soros Fund Management, founded by legendary investor George Soros, has appointed former employee Scott Bessent as chief investment officer to oversee the family’s money.

Soros Fund Management, founded by legendary investor George Soros, has appointed former employee Scott Bessent as chief investment officer to oversee the family’s money.

The New York-based single family office also announced that Soros’s son Jonathan, who was co-deputy chairman, will step back from the fund’s day-to-day management, and will become chairman of the family’s foundation.

September 1, 2011

Fewer chief investment officers are actually working inside a family office, as many opt to outsource the function to better manage their focus on hedge funds, according to an expert in investment.

Fewer chief investment officers are actually working inside a family office, as many opt to outsource the function to better manage their focus on hedge funds, according to an expert in investment.

Charlotte Beyer of the Institute for Private Investors reckons CIOs in investment firms and wealth boutiques will benefit from this trend.

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