COPENHAGEN, DENMARK / ACCESSWIRE / January 18, 2023 /Simple, the global insights and knowledge platform for private wealth owners and family offices just released its annual review of key signals for 2023. Family offices have an additional layer to consider when identifying trends beyond the function of their own organisations. They also look to megatrends and market shifts to guide their thinking of the investment theses at the core of their mission as family offices.
In Looking Ahead to 2023, the Simple research team examines key signals that are most likely to take shape in 2023, applied through a family office lens and explores ways in which family offices can engage or navigate these signals.
What are the key signals family offices should keep on their radar in 2023?
1. Continued political and economic volatility
Russia's invasion of Ukraine and China - Taiwan tension suggests the end of the post-cold war political order, while a forecasted recession and continued inflation look to further volatility. How can investors of all scales ensure their capital promotes equality?
2. A more radical response to the climate crisis
Regeneration, sustainability and circularity. The companies and countries that shift their economies to a carbon-neutral and green future will be best positioned for future growth. What kind of opportunities are there for family offices to finance the green transition?
3. Technology and societal shifts
A decentralising technology landscape, advancing hybrid reality, and the diffusion of new values about work, families, and life are bringing dramatic changes as new generations are exerting their influence on the world. How do family offices filter through this noise to find the signals most valuable to them?
‘When most organisations look into trends it's to guide their thinking around various opportunities and threats that might impact their business and they look at these through the lens of their own strengths and weaknesses.
Family offices, however, have another layer to consider beyond their own organisations. They also look to various macro and market trends to guide their thinking around investment theses - as this is their core business. 2023's signals might not be as rosy as we would like, but they each present an opportunity for family offices to shift their thinking and use their capital and influence for good.'
- Simple founder, Francois Botha
The review is produced by Simple's internal research team along with input from selected industry experts, family offices, service providers and members of Simple's expert network.
The review is available to Simple platform users and registration for an account is free.
Simple is a next-generation insights lab focused on helping family offices and private investors to professionalise and be future-fit. We publish cutting-edge insights and reviews which are co-created with our global network of experts.
These insights range from entry-level questions such as "What is a family office" to more specific matters relating to operations, technology and infrastructure. The membership platform provides access to ready-to-use content, as well as a global expert community.
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