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Asia’s Top Family Offices

An increasing number of the world’s wealthiest individuals and families live in Asia. But for the most part, there are only three centres of significant family office activity in the region – India, Singapore and Hong Kong. 

The two biggest economies in the region – China and Japan – are big centres for family office activity. China isn’t because the government still has an ambiguous attitude towards entrepreneurs and family wealth – yes, it’s obviously OK to make a fortune in China, but the very rich need to stay on side of the Communist party and a family office might not be the best way of doing so. 

Japan, with a big family business culture, also has a dearth of family offices. High inheritance taxes and family businesses constructed around holding groups, which invest are two big reasons why a healthy ecosystem of family offices haven’t gained hold in Japan. 

Singapore is fast becoming the centre for family office activity in the region, as we detail here. Indeed, the city-state is perhaps the number one place on earth with more family office activity than any other country.

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wdt_ID Family Office Owner Based Country
1 Aarin Capital Pai Bangalore India
2 Apricot Capital Darren Teo Singapore Singapore
3 Asdew Acquisitions Alan Wang Singapore Singapore
4 Asian Paints Family Office Choksi Mumbai India
5 AT Capital Arvind Tiku Singapore Singapore
6 Atinum Partners Lee Min-joo Seoul South Korea
7 Aurum Investments Yong Singapore Singapore
8 BAC Acquisitions Sachin Bansal Bangalore India
9 Bayshore Global Management (subsidiary) Sergey Brin Singapore Singapore
10 Black Spade Capital Lawarence Ho Macau Macau
Family Office Owner Based Country

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