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Wealth is increasing exponentially among some of the world’s richest families, to the extent that, for many of these families, it makes commercial sense to have their own bespoke family office which looks after key operations and functions of the family. These services might include investment management, property management, day to day accounting and payroll […]

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By Oliver Passmore, Alex Horsbrugh-Porter Patisserie Valerie Patisserie Valerie entered into administration at the start of this year following the discovery of fraud within the company. It is thought that inflated profit margins and sale figures and thousands of false entries in the company’s ledgers caused the company’s accounts to be overstated by approximately £94m. […]

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