• Omnia Family Wealth Shortlisted for the 2018 PAM Awards in Two Categories

    We are pleased to announce that Omnia Family Wealth has been shortlisted for the 2018 Private Asset Management (PAM) Awards in the Best Newcomer and Best Multi-Family Office Overall Under $2 Billion categories. The PAM Awards are designed for top investment professionals, wealth advisors, legal firms, consultants and other key service providers operating within the […]

  • Family Office Club Conference Features Omnia CEO Steven Wagner

    Omnia CEO Steven Wagner was recently part of a panel discussion at the fourth annual Family Office Super Summit in Miami, Florida on December 6, 2017. The summit featured 60 family office speakers and more than 1,000 attendees. Wagner spoke in the section titled “Investing in Society: Family Office Philanthropy and How Impact Investing is […]

  • Omnia Family Wealth Shortlisted for the 2018 Family Wealth Report Awards

    We are pleased to announce that Omnia Family Wealth has been shortlisted for the Family Wealth Report Awards in the Multi-Family Office New Entrant category.   Showcasing ‘best of breed’ providers in the global private banking, wealth management and trusted advisor communities, the Family Wealth Report Awards were designed to recognize companies, teams and individuals […]

  • Omnia CEO Steven Wagner Comments to Private Equity News

    In the current competitive market, companies are increasingly using secret stock market fillings as a way to bump up their valuations and barter for higher prices from investors, according to a recent report by Private Equity News. “The number of confidential initial public offerings that are withdrawn in favour of an M&A transaction is rising […]

  • Campden FB: How to avoid “Sudden Wealth Syndrome”

    While guiding large multigenerational families, advisors at Omnia Family Wealth have seen the aftermath of heirs who were unprepared to manage wealth. It’s a situation they call “Sudden Wealth Syndrome” where family fortunes deteriorate after wealth was unexpectedly transferred from one generation to the next without proper preparation or planning. Omnia Family Wealth recently spoke […]

  • Omnia CEO discusses stock market volatility with the Wall Street Journal

    Omnia Family Wealth CEO Steven Wagner commented in a recent Wall Street Journal article exploring activity in the domestic investment markets that may suggest an end to the eight-year bull market, and the post-election stock surge. While it is still too early for definitive action, recent warning signs are beginning to give investors cause for […]

  • Omnia Family Wealth discusses the role of alternatives within a portfolio

    In an Asset TV interview, Omnia Family Wealth Founder and CEO Steven Wagner discusses the role of alternative investments within a portfolio, and why these investments have become an attractive component for the investment portfolio. When evaluating the merit of any given investment, investors must first consider, “What role does this investment play in my […]

  • Omnia CEO to speak at Private Wealth Forum

    Omnia Family Wealth Chief Executive and Co-Founder Steven Wagner will participate as a featured speaker at the upcoming Private Wealth Florida Forum, held by Markets Group in September 2017 in Palm Beach, Florida. This forum will highlight challenges and topics of interest for ultra-high net worth families as well as the advisors who serve them. […]

  • Omnia talks to WSJ about “Sudden Wealth Syndrome”

    In an article featured in the Wall Street Journal, chief executive of Omnia Family Wealth Steven Wagner discusses “Sudden Wealth Syndrome,” an occurrence that can be catastrophic to family wealth when an unprepared heir suddenly inherits wealth. Similar to the circumstances that befall lottery winners, these adult heirs are often unaware of the level of […]

  • Should Small Firms Fear Alternative Investments? — Financial Planning

    Original Article ORLANDO, Fla. – It’s not all stocks and bonds anymore. “We’ve seen increased focus and emphasis from RIAs and other investors on incorporating [alternatives] into investment allocations,” said Lisa Lewin, vice president for Pershing Prime Services at the firm’s Insite conference. While some small RIAs incorporate alternative investments into client portfolios, these strategies […]

  • How Will a Move to Independence Affect a Family Practice? – Financial Planning

    Full Article – December, 2015 Ask most financial advisors about their clientele, and they will mention the word “families.” That is only natural, as wealth issues are typically family issues: how to achieve long-term security and prosperity for family members; how to save for important family milestones, such as college, weddings or retirement; how to […]

  • WealthManagement.com – Omnia Family Wealth to Use Dynasty Financial’s Platform

    Sept 8 (Reuters) – Dynasty Financial Partners said on Tuesday independent advisory firm Omnia Family Wealth, which manages more than $1 billion in assets, will use its wealth management services platform. Dynasty is a New York firm founded in 2010 by former Smith Barney and Citigroup executives that designs technology and investment products for independent […]

  • RIABiz – The inner orchestration of Dynasty, Addepar and Pershing/BNY Mellon it took to harmonize a $1.4 billion Merrill Lynch family office team

    Full Article Vendors are finding ways to put UHNW corner family offices on conveyor belts in the service of RIA prosperity Brooke’s Note: This breakaway story picks up on several evolutionary themes we cover here at RIABiz: Corner office breakaways, UHNW clients, modernization of family offices, Addepar’s advancement, Pershing’s RIA custody-cum-BNY Mellon apparatus and Dynasty […]

  • FUNDfire – Huge Merrill Team Breaks Away to Launch Multi-Family Office

    By Danielle Verbrigghe September 9, 2015 A top team of private wealth advisors from Merrill Lynch have launched an independent registered investment advisor (RIA) firm and multi-family office with help from Dynasty Financial Partners. The $1.4 billion group broke away from Merrill to form Omnia Family Wealth in Aventura, Fla.The new multi-family-office shop is led by partners Steven Wagner, Michael Wagner and Ivan Hernandez. They are joined […]