With RuhmReich, we follow the definition and the demarcation characteristics of a family office according to the basic understanding of the Association of Independent Family Offices - vufo.org.
Total assets: focus & competence
As a family office, one supports an asset owner (e.g. you as an athlete and your family) or several clients in the holistic control/coordination of asset management on the basis of a long-term, cross-generational investment and management strategy - and, if necessary, a family strategy and succession planning. The family office is holistically oriented with regard to its strategic advice to the asset owner/family and is therefore in a position to perform advisory, controlling and steering functions in all matters.
No conflicts of interest
A family office is committed solely to the interests of the asset owner and is therefore independent of the economic interests of third parties. In order to avoid conflicts of interest, the family office is not operationally active in the fields in which it supervises the services of mandated service providers for the asset holder within the framework of a control function (e.g. asset management, management of own funds).