Posted by Admin - April 17th, 2012

The key to managing a family’s wealth is creating sustainability. “It’s very similar to the dilemma facing natural resources,” says Mel Lagomasino, CEO at GenSpring Family Offices. “How do you make sure something continues to grow even as it is used? Ensuring that it doesn’t get damaged or depleted, but protected and nurtured while having a beneficial impact.”

Lagomasino and her colleagues at GenSpring help families accumulate wealth. But perhaps more importantly, they help families use their wealth wisely with an eye toward future generations. With more than 700 families and more than $20 billion in assets under advisement, GenSpring considers itself an attractive alternative to traditional wealth management firms. Unlike banks, brokerages and trust companies, GenSpring does not sell investment and financial products. Rather, the firm oversees and manages the complex financial lives of wealthy families with the freedom to invest their money with providers around the world. This freedom allows GenSpring to employ strict fiduciary standards that preserve and grow a family’s wealth.

Additional Resources:

Mel Lagomasino Genspring :: Article on Companydatanow.com

Mel Lagomasino Genspring :: Listed on Corporatedataengine.com

Mel Lagomasino Genspring :: Article on Corporatesyncweb.com

Mel Lagomasino Genspring :: Information on Corpstateinc.com

Mel Lagomasino Genspring :: Listed on Enteryourprofile.com