So What IS a Family Office?


Oracle Capital Group was very proud to be named as “Family Office of the Year” for 2013 at the Spear’s Russia Wealth Management Awards. This was high recognition by professionals in the wealth management field of Oracle Capital Group’s achievements. But a potential client looking for advice would be fully justified in posing the question: “What is a Family Office?”
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Oracle Capital Group Chairman Leads Global Economy Briefing

Financial services’ professionals gathered for a breakfast briefing at London’s prestigious Carlton Club on 16 October to take part in a discussion led by Martin Graham, Chairman of Oracle Capital Group. The briefing was aimed particularly at High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) and those who manage their assets, and was organised by Wealth Briefing. Mr Graham addressed the subject of The Global Economic Outlook: Recoupling Growth and Inflation. Continue reading

EU Tax Information Deal Ends “Bank Secrecy”

The European Union (EU) has reached an agreement among its member countries to extend the scope of the automatic exchange of information between tax administrations. This reflects policy already approved by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the G20 (Group of 20 most developed economies).
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Your Future, Your Success, Your Choice

Oracle Capital Group is a global independent multi-family office and wealth consultancy specialising in emerging markets.

Founded in 2002, Oracle Capital Group provides comprehensive, tailored and confidential services for high-net-worth individuals and their families, including investment advisory (through our offices in Switzerland and the Bahamas), wealth structuring and asset protection, asset financing and insurance, legal case management, property development, and concierge services.
Oracle Capital Group has 7 offices (Luxembourg, London, Geneva, Nassau, Moscow, Almaty and Limassol) and employs over 100 staff worldwide.

Providing services for HNW and UHNW individuals

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