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The Northwood Perspective

Looking back to the Summer 2015 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 Opposite of Spoiled

The author of the new book, The Opposite of Spoiled, New York Times columnist Ron Lieber, was the keynote speaker at the Canadian Private Family Office Summit. Here are just a few of the very interesting things he had to say that might be relevant for your children or your grandchildren…

The Cottage Discussion

At Northwood, our approach to managing family wealth leads us to many conversations about vacation home assets, most often about how to maintain them across generations…

A Deeper Dive into Asset Allocation

Today’s investment environment, characterized by low interest rates and historically higher asset valuations, presents a challenge for investors, particularly those faced with the task of balancing their needs to generate income and growth, with managing risk to protect their capital…

6 Degrees of Separation

In the wealth management field, there are many designations whose acronyms may sound similar. However, the depth and breadth of knowledge acquired as well as the topic areas focused on can vary significantly. What do all these acronyms mean, how do they relate to a family office, and what do they mean for families?…

Summer Reading List

We ask each of the speakers of the 11th Canadian Private Family Office Invitational to share their favourite book ideas…

Read the Summer 2015 Issue

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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