Anthony & Cie: Best Wealth Management Services France 2020
The CFI.co judges have conferred on Anthony & Cie the 2020 award for Best Wealth Management Services France 2020. CFI.co constantly seeks out individuals and organisations that contribute significantly to the convergence of economies and truly add value for all stakeholders. Highlights of the judging panel’s findings include:
Over the past four decades, Anthony & Cie has proven that risk can be reconciled with opportunity. The multi-family offce offers a suite of services that includes wealth planning, real estate and administration, and cross-border wealth strategy.
Founder Robert Anthony is a chartered certified accountant who previously taught international tax law in California. As principal and founder, Anthony leads from the front with a vigilant team ready to strike pre-emptively to hedge risk and seize opportunities.
Anthony & Cie strives to set a benchmark of exemplary business ethics and prizes retrospection as a tool for continuous improvement. The firm has positioned itself at the cutting edge of its field for legislation, relationships, and knowledge.
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Anthony & Cie
Fiduciary and Estate Planning, Tax
Sophia Antipolis, France
T: +33 4 93 65 32 23
As a Multi-Family Office (MFO),Anthony & Cie supports its wealthy clients in the management of their assets, in France and worldwide. In the past 40+ years, they have expanded into an international consultancy of tax analysts, financial advisors, wealth managers, and consultants. They specialise in advising on cross-border tax matters as well as on financial, real estate, financing, investment, and inheritance needs, and they act as an MFO for international clients.
Professor Robert Anthony is the Founder and Principal Partner of Anthony & Cie. He was formerly professor of international tax law at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, California. He is a chartered certified accountant (UK) and certified financial planner (France).
Published: GGI Insider, No. 112, March 2021