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July 17, 2018

BOYCE Family Office Director was recently asked by Latte Magazine, a Business Chicks publication, to share a few insights about herself. Read about who inspires Lea and more here...

May 16, 2018

A number of our BOYCE Family Office team attended the Family Business Australia Victorian Insights Conference for 2018 where they heard from some of Australia's leading family businesses. The day was facilitated by BOYCE Family Office Director, Richard Boyce.

The theme...

February 6, 2018

Nobody understands a family office like another family office. Husband and wife team Richard and Lea Boyce are living proof: Through their multi-family office Boyce Family Office based out of Melbourne, Australia they offer uniquely tailored solutions for like-minded f...

September 19, 2017

Kyvalley Dairy Group, a regional based family owned Australian business in Kyabram Victoria, have been awarded the 2017 Family Business Australia Victorian Hall of Fame award. The award recognises family businesses that demonstrate leading practices and contribute posi...

August 23, 2017

Read about stories of family business through the eyes of the women who lead and work in them - across diverse ages, cultures, roles and ownership models.

Take a journey to explore what research shows about women and family businesses and how effective this combination...

November 13, 2014

Australian family offices are investing in business, property and private equity, says family office specialist, Richard Boyce.

They are also hedging globally as part of a generational investment strategy, says Richard Boyce.

The Australian native says the region’s famil...

June 19, 2014

When a family business is sold by its second or third generation, the various siblings and cousins generally take the cash and gallop off, just getting together for Christmas and weddings. The deep dynastic teamwork that comes with a family business is at an end.

Alan K...

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