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About one-quarter of our work relates to family philanthropy, most often as part of a complex family enterprise or family office.
Many families have decided to formalize a Family Office to serve the financial and professional needs of family members.
This article presents a systematic review of the literature on the subject of family philanthropy.
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.
Research has shown that the development of family companies can fall into two, sometimes three, stages.
Over the past three decades, many business families have formed a Council. The oldest Councils have started asking “What do we do now?”
Although we have long seen philanthropy connected with many family firms, today we are experiencing an acceleration of this practice.
A very small part of the academic research on governance has taken into account family ownership and the special nature of family firm governance.