Fernanda Jaramillo and Ivan Lansberg talk about the importance of having a shared vision for family enterprises to successfully last from generation to generation
In light of the many crises that haunt the daily news cycle, there is one segment of the corporate landscape that seems to be weathering the storm better than most: family businesses.
Many families have decided to formalize a Family Office to serve the financial and professional needs of family members.
As a result of our expertise, we are able to assist families across the spectrum of needs.
In principle, everyone in a family business, from shareholders and board members to executives and employees, has a right to their own politics.
Consequences of poor succession planning can be harmful both for family owners but also for many key stakeholders like employees, suppliers, and customers.
Ashley Blanchard talks about how philanthropic families around the world experienced the pandemic and how philanthropy has changed.
Devin DeCiantis and Sam Bonsey, discuss the role of responsible capitalism in the family business and how it can be promoted.
Devin DeCiantis describes four strategies that family business leaders can use to navigate a crisis.
Business families naturally invest in professionalizing their management group, often without realizing that their ownership group requires as much attention.