“How Technology Can Enhance Your Work With Family Enterprise Clients” an Interview with Arnaud de Coninck
For this week’s edition of FFI Practitioner, Arnaud de Coninck, Trusted Family’s Global Head of Partnerships, sat down with Jordan Rich to discuss how advisors can make the best use of technology in serving their family enterprise clients more effectively.
In this week’s edition of FFI Practitioner, Jonathan Ramos explores the unique challenges faced by enterprising families when making the transition from the second to the third generations.
Today we are highlighting FFI strategic objectives with an issue that features presenters at the virtual conference who are also popular authors and interviewees in FFI Practitioner.
FFI Practitioner’s mission is to provide thought-provoking analysis, trends, and research for family enterprise professionals on diverse topics from authors around the world.
For this week’s edition of FFI Practitioner, FFI Fellow Patricia Annino sat down with interviewer, Jordan Rich, to discuss the key takeaways from her recent book, Power, Strength & Perseverance: What women know about other women, but search for in themselves. In this podcast, Patricia discusses her experience guiding business families and families of wealth through legacy and estate planning.
Thank you to this week’s contributor and member of the Applied Research Board, Louisa Brunner, for her précis of “From Intention to Trust to Behavioral Trust: Trust building in family business advising.”
Thanks to this week’s contributor, FFI Fellow and founding member of FFI, Ernesto Poza, for this thought piece on the many facets of ownership in family enterprises and how effective governance can help to clarify these complex dynamics.
The number of family offices established in Singapore has increased considerably over the past several years.
Flexibility is Key to Succession Planning for LGBTQ, Blended Families, Cohabitation, and other Nontraditional Families
Thanks to this week’s contributor, Matthew Erskine, for his article that explores the importance of building flexibility into the estate planning process for advisors working with nontraditional families.