A Coop Family Office for Entrepreneurs
We are an organization owned by and operated for the benefit of those using our services
Members are owners.
Make key decisions by vote: elect board, approve management team and more
Contribute with active participation in various committees
Receive profit sharing each year, in proportion to services used
Tax benefits by keeping funds in your Coop account
Group purchasing power for better service
Aster Family Office Advantages:
Each member gets a unique family office structure that fits the family’s needs
Easy transition from the existing structure and service providers
A Family Office Technology with real time update, and data consolidation for wealth, risk and family management.
Members pay for services used and no AUM (Assets Under Management) fees
Wide choice of service providers getting their full attention
Access to exclusive off-market investment opportunities
Participate in investment opportunities as a group
Management team and members have the same objectives
Why Do I Need A Family Office?
You are a maestro. You are the best in what you do and people admire you for the magic. To be a good maestro, you need a good conductor and orchestra members. They bring out the best in you. That’s what a family office does.
Your family office supports you to be the best you can be. We organize and manage your life and resources and surround you with the best services. You can focus on what you are good at and let us take care of the rest.
We operate globally and welcome entrepreneurs from all countries, industries and stages of business.
Member diversity is our strength giving us global coverage, multiple industry expertises and deep group insights and intelligence.
We are a Family Office Coop for entrepreneurs
We work with the following entrepreneurs:
Aster defines a family office as a structure & team dedicated to preserving a family’s wealth and wellness. Every entrepreneur is physically and mentally healthy and has a strong purpose. This allows him/her to endure an arduous and sometimes treacherous entrepreneurial journey. He/She knows something others do not know (intellectual capital) and starts a business, gets help from people (social capital) along the way, and achieves his/her success (financial capital).
Once people achieve their success, their memory of how they got there fades and they put strong emphasis on financial capital, their end result. To support a big financial capital, you need bigger intellectual and social capital. You need executives and family members who are physically and mentally healthy and have a clear purpose. That’s the best way to preserve wealth, create impact and build harmonious relationships.
Financial capital is a lot more vulnerable than intellectual and social capital. That’s why we hear the phrase “shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in three generations” which happens if the family pays attention only to financial capital and not enough care to intellectual and social capital. A few coins in a pocket jingles and a pocketful of coins make holes.
A sense of fulfillment and happiness are ultimate life goals and they come from integrated wealth (intellectual, social, and financial) and complete wellness (mind, body, and purpose).