TriState Capital Bank Resources
Focused Can Also Be Flexible
The Situation: A large family business was sold and the assets prompted the creation of a family office. The head of the family was seeking a cash management solution for the family’s foundation and LLC funds. Thus far, he had been considering very large, nonspecialized banks.
Cash Deployment with Confidence and Consistency
The Situation: A single family office began its relationship with TriState Capital in 2008 as an investor in the bank. At the time, the family office used a large money center bank for its investments and some of its cash management needs. However, the family was seeking another option for some of its substantial cash holdings: a low-risk solution with great returns that would allow funds to be freed up quickly and effortlessly when necessary.
Building the Infrastructure for a Successful Relationship
The Situation: When a CEO sold his business to a public company in 2007, he found himself in need of a nearly “instant” family office. He had significant cash holdings, and part of his strategy was to diversify by forming relationships with more than one financial institution.