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Top 5 Twitter Accounts for Family Offices to Follow

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The Rockefeller family pioneered the first family office in the late 19th century, since then family and multiple-family offices started popping up more and more. The family office is usually run by and for an individual family, to help spread their wealth through investing while managing the family’s best interests. To help you tap into your inner Rockefeller, we’ve compiled a top 5 list of family office Twitter accounts to follow.

Family Office Magazine: @familyofficemag is dedicated to family offices, wealth management and high net worth individuals (HNWI).  This magazine is one of the only publications in the world that caters to the most affluent people in the industry.

Richard C. Wilson: @RichardCWilson is the founder and CEO of the Family Office Club and helps families with 100M+ net worth.  His tweets give information on everything from investing to inside information about family office best practices.  

WE Family Offices: @wefamilyoffices was founded in 2000 as TBK Investments and was purchased by a major holding company.  In 2013, they went independent and WFO is now a fee-only fiduciary firm. WE family offices provides daily investment commentary.

Family Office Exchange: @FOXexchange was founded in 1989 by Sarah Hamilton as an independent source of information for high-wealth families and family office executives.  FOX provides information on using best practices for family wealth management.

Angelo Robles: You can follow Robles at @familyoffice.  He is the founder of both Effective Family Office and the Family Office Association (FOA).  His feed gives information on the latest and greatest industry leaders with podcast interviews, as well as information on how family offices can be more productive.

If you are part of a family office, or just interested in learning, any one of these Top 5 Twitter feeds can give you all the valuable insights you need.

 

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