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FT Wealth Magazine

23 Oct 2015

Shock of the New

Senior family members inevitably get to the stage where they just can’t keep up with new technology.   Stonehage Fleming, the international family office, is using digital technologies to provide up-to-the minute reporting on all of a family’s assets, including businesses, property, even art.

FT Wealth Magazine

23 Oct 2015

Succession Planning The Next Generation

Ultimately, it is a question of transforming the issues surrounding money into ones about the other sorts of wealth families have, says Fleming. “You have to think about financial, cultural, social and intellectual capital,” he says. “If a family’s decisions are based on financial capital alone, I don’t think the family office is going to be there anyway.”

FT Wealth Magazine

23 Oct 2015

Tax Planning Non-Doms

John Rhodes, director of Stonehage Fleming Law, says “tax is just one factor in succession planning. But he acknowledges the inheritance tax changes could have significant repercussions. Families are going to have to think most critically about estate planning. This is really the angle we want to cover.”

STEP Journal

21 Sep 2015

Private Viewing

Vivian Haines and Georgina Hepburne Scott consider if the traditionally confidential art market can resist pressure for greater regulation and transparency.

STEP Award

20 Sep 2015

Stonehage Fleming wins STEP award for Multi Family Office of the Year

To view the award clip from the evening and hear a few words from Giuseppe Ciucci, Group CEO, please click below.

Stonehage Fleming Press Release

09 Sep 2015

Stonehage Fleming Family & Partners rebrands as Stonehage Fleming

Stonehage Fleming Family & Partners (“the Group”), incorporating leading family offices Stonehage and Fleming Family & Partners, announces that from today the Group is rebranding and will be known as Stonehage Fleming.

Financial Times

16 Aug 2015

Rise of art advisers hints at frothy market

Andy Warhol knew the score. “Making money is art and working is art and good business is the best art,” he said. And with interest growing in art as an asset class, advising investors on the best way to combine all three has become big business.

Financial Times (online)

26 Jun 2015

The beauty, or not, of boutiques

“Boutique managers’ better performance usually has to do with the particular fund manager’s specific experience, his or her personal interest, ‘energy’, motivation,” says Gerrit Smit, head of Equity Management.

Financial Times (online)

16 Feb 2015

Victims of vanity

Often, vanity can only be punctured by a few home truths. This means…instilling in all family members a culture of ‘trusteeship’ which places contribution ahead of consumption” says Andrew Nolan, Managing Director for Stonehage Fleming.

Financial Times

06 Nov 2014

Fleming Family to merge with rival Stonehage

Fleming Family & Partners, the investment office run by relatives of James Bond creator Ian Fleming, is merging with London-based rival Stonehage to become the largest independent multi-family office business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.