Why Partner with the JCF Private Client Group?
A broad spectrum of advisors refer clients to us, including multi-family offices, single family offices, private wealth managers, RIAs, accountants and attorneys.
We Are Advisor-Centric
Your clients can grant permission for you to assist them by receiving confidential information, suggesting and signing investment recommendations, and/or signing grant recommendations.
We are the Perfect Alternative to a Private Foundation
Manage your giving without the administrative expenses and burdens of a private foundation. A JCF fund also protects your confidentiality and affords you a degree of privacy not possible with private foundations. A DAF can also sit beside existing foundations for giving that may be off-mission or to involve the next generation.
We Are Flexible
Private Client donors with a minimum fund balance of $1 million may suggest investment managers not currently on JCF’s platform. In addition, JCF specializes in customizing philanthropic solutions to meet your clients’ needs.
We Are Multi-Generational
Four generations of stewarding relationships and facilitating philanthropy has given us unmatched experience in multi-generational philanthropy, and helping families of means transmit their values across generations. JCF offers programs and services to enable multi-generational giving, including NextGen Philanthropy, Legacy Planning and Endowed Funds, and Jewish Life Cycle Funds.
Today’s high net worth advisors need to assemble a highly experienced team to manage the complex needs of wealthy families. Leverage JCF’s deep relationships within the philanthropic community, the investment world, and the Jewish community.Download the Advisor Guide
To help you stay on the leading edge of philanthropic giving, JCF offers frequent seminars and events that teach best practices, often with CLE and CPE credits. Click here to be added to our growing list of best-in-class service providers in financial advisory, legal, tax and other related professions.
*U.S. Trust Study of the Philanthropic Conversation, October 2013