Jordan Greenaway of Transmission Private writes "In 1799, America’s first president was worried. He was concerned his countrymen had not fully recognised the risk Napoleon – at the time waging war in Europe and Africa – presented to America if he turned his attention westward."
The family office community is infamously private. This is, of course, fair and justified. Families and their family offices are private entities, with the right to not have their business and personal affairs pored over by the public, competitors and others. But, too often, families believe the best way to protect their personal privacy is through extreme secrecy. In fact, the opposite is the case. We should all recognise this ourselves... Jordan Greenaway is Managing Director of Transmission Private