One of the important constituencies in the family enterprise field is the academic community that provides research, both quantitative and qualitative for the family enterprises themselves and for the advisors and consultants who work with them.
The past three years have featured quite the roller coaster ride of federal tax policy, and advisors to high net worth families are wise to take note of recent action that has shifted the legal and financial landscape for their clients.
Boris Matijas interviews Ulrich Maybach, Director of Global Strategy for Maybach Icons of Luxury. Maybach discusses the history of alliances and cycles that the firm has had during its more than 150-year family business history.
I am a fifth generation owner of a 165 year-old manufacturing business based in the Midwest.
In many countries where we work with family enterprises, there is a long history of family philanthropy and its legacy is significant. Giving as a family can be especially rewarding.
The third feature this week is an audio interview with Adi Divgi on the topic of “collaborative procurement.” Adi is the president of EA Global – a single family office created in 2005. Interviewed by Practitioner editorial committee member, Kirby Rosplock.
Harnessing Family Talent: Human resources planning and communication during family business transition
MarchFifteen is a firm made up of industrial psychologists and myself, a business/executive coach with experience in organizational development.
An audio interview with Drew Mendoza, managing principal of The Family Business Consulting Group.