"Essential reading for insightful families."
—Sara S. Hamilton
Founder and CEO, Family Office Exchange, LLC
"Jay Hughes's work with families, including his own, gave him the gift of learning the history of many, many families. Within that context he has written a book that illuminates previously only dimly lit concepts."
—Charlotte B. Beyer
Founder and CEO, Institute for Private Investors (IPI)
"An approach to wealth preservation that values not only money but people. Hughes shows us why that approach matters and how it works for the family that wants a better future for itself and the world at large."
Managing Director, Family Advisory Practice, Citigroup Private Bank
"Invaluable direction . . . an essential guide for the creation of legacy families."
—Lee Hausner, PhD
Author of Children of Paradise: Successful Parenting for Prosperous Families
Partner of IFF Advisors, LLC
"Incredibly provocative, thoughtful . . . a must-read for those we call 'patriarchs' and 'matriarchs,' their key intermediaries, all trustees and beneficiaries, and everyone who aspires to earn the title 'trusted adviser.'"
—Michael J. A. Smith
Head of Wealth with Responsibility Program,
U.S. Private Wealth Management, Deutsche Bank
Didn't tell me anything that I didn't know.
Was too idealistic.
Didn't learn anything at all.
Excellent book that touches on structures, society and the issues faced in creating an sustainable intergenerational plan for the family. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jack Powell
This is a well written book and has a number of ideas that others like do not have. Obviously, not all chapters are applicable to all readers, but everyone will find many useful... Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. S. H.
Hughes captures the essence of the responsibility of the relationship between settlor, beneficiary and trustee. Read more
This is an excellent book for purposes of advising a successful first generation entrepreneur in assisting later generations in managing the assets he or she has acquired. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Scott R. Talkington