Family offices have overtaken hedge funds as the dominant institutional class in global financial markets in terms of AUM. With the arrival of China's economic and social development and the wave of succession of private enterprises, the regulation of family office as a new thing in developed markets is worth research. The report is structured in four aspects: First, it gives an overview of the origins and development of family offices and the evolution of SFO and MFO; Secondly, this report analyzes the main problems of family office regulation in China from the aspects of industry subject definition, industry access regulation, business activity regulation and industry self-regulation. Thirdly, this report studies and draws lessons from the mainstream regulation of overseas family offices, including the United States, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Switzerland Finally, this report puts forward suggestions on family office regulation.
Full Text (PDF): A Research on Family Office Regulation in Global Perspective