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The Northwood Perspective

Looking back to the Fall 2013 issue of The Northwood Perspective, a newsletter geared toward the interests of our clients, friends and colleagues.

Articles in this issue:

Chairman’s Message: The Importance of Perspective

It is always difficult to see the whole forest when you are in the middle of it, surrounded by trees. Yet, perspective is what all investors and wealthy families need — a sense of what is important over the long term and not just what we see in the newspaper headlines today…

Q&A with the Authors of Family Wealth Management

Authors Tom McCullough and Mark Haynes Daniell are pleased to introduce their new book: ‘Family Wealth Management: 7 Imperatives to Successful Investing in the New World Order’.

The Value of Family Trusts for HNW Families

Family trusts are frequently used by wealthy families as part of an overall financial plan, both during their lifetimes and for their estate. They are often used to maintain control or direction over substantial amounts of wealth as well as for the benefits of income tax savings in certain situations…

Interview with the Family Office Leadership Summit

Northwood’s Tom McCullough spoke at a family office conference in London, UK in September and was interviewed for an article in the conference magazine. Here are the three questions and Tom’s responses…

Noteworthy Links

In this edition of the Northwood Perspective we are introducing a new recurring section that features links to interesting articles that we think our readers might enjoy…

Read the Fall 2013 Issue
Tom McCullough

Tom McCullough

Tom McCullough is Chairman and CEO of Northwood Family Office, which looks after the investments and integrated financial affairs of wealthy families with $10 million or more. He teaches ‘The Management of Private Wealth’ in the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, and is also co-author of the books, Family Wealth Management and Wealth of Wisdom: The Top 50 Questions Wealthy Families Ask.

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