Relative Return: How this UHNW family office expanded into funds management

26 October 2023
| By Robyn Tongol |
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In this episode of Relative Return, host Phillip Tarrant speaks with Joseph Sitch, co-CIO of Victor Smorgon Group, about the family office’s venture into the fund management space.  

Listen as they discuss:

  • The origins of Victor Smorgon Group.
  • The strategies underpinning the group’s success in building and sustaining intergenerational wealth.
  • Why the family office decided to enter the fund management space.
  • How Victor Smorgon Group is identifying opportunities in a challenging environment.
  • The group’s engagement with financial advisers.

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