How relationship topics such as unresolved conflict, addiction and gender biases affect the family and business systems.
Thanks to the FFI Asian Circle Virtual Study Group members, Linda Salim and Kimberly Go for this week’s edition that examines the important role of the Chief Emotional Officer (CEO) in Asian family enterprises.
Effectively preparing members of the next generation for a variety of diverse roles within the family enterprise is necessary to ensuring the multigenerational success of the family and its business activities.
Thank you to the FFI Asian Circle Virtual Study Group and to Navneet Bhatnagar for this week’s FFI Practitioner edition, which explores the importance of taking a deliberate approach to developing next-generation family enterprise leaders.
What should family enterprise clients do to help ensure members of the next generation are prepared to assume ownership of the enterprise when the time comes?
Thank you to Elaine King, this week’s contributor, for her article that provides a model for educating younger next gen family members about financial skills and practices.
Thanks to the FFI Asian Circle Virtual Study Group and Yirhan Sim for this week’s edition that features a family enterprise case that demonstrates the challenges experienced by the “sandwich generation” through the transition to lead a family enterprise.
In this week’s issue of FFI Practitioner, Matthew Erskine considers the ways that a prenuptial agreement can be an effective tool for family enterprises not only to protect family assets, but to articulate their philosophy and vision for the family’s future.
Thanks to the FFI Asian Circle Virtual Study Group and Linda Salim for this week’s edition featuring mini-cases on succession planning in three Chinese-Indonesian family enterprises with lessons for advisors around the world.
In this week’s FFI Practitioner, FFI Fellow and 2022 recipient of the FFI Interdisciplinary Award, Jack Wofford shares insights he’s developed over nearly 30 years as a mediator working with family enterprises.
In this week’s FFI Practitioner, Karen Carlson examines the benefits to engaging the next generation in family enterprise philanthropy activities at a young age and provides several best practices for next generation philanthropic engagement.
In this week’s FFI Practitioner, Eduardo Gentil, Bruna Tokunaga Dias, and Renata Brecailo share their observations about a common challenge facing intergenerational enterprising families
In this week’s FFI Practitioner, members of FFI’s Asian Circle Virtual Study Group, Kimberly Go and FFI Fellow Paul Chung, explore the complex choices facing next gen family members about whether to join the family business and the role of family business advisors in helping the family navigate these decisions.
Thank you to this week’s contributor, Ricardo Mejia, for his article exploring how implementing short-term strategic projects can further the alignment of owners and help manage conflict within the family enterprise.
This week, we are pleased to share a summary of a recent survey of wealthy Nordic women aimed at gaining a better understanding of what drives their investing decisions.
All family enterprise systems will experience conflict at some point. This week, we are pleased to share a collection of articles published in FFI Practitioner that highlight the impacts of conflict within family enterprises and provide suggestions to advisors to help guide their work helping their clients to manage these conflicts.
Thank you to Peter Jaskiewicz, Sabine Rau, and Katrina Barclay for an overview of their recent research into the hopes and desires of next generation members of family enterprises.
Thanks to this week’s contributors and members of the FFI Asian Circle Virtual Study Group, Yukio Fujimi, Chikako Kishihara, and Kazuyoshi Takei, for their article that provides an overview of the Taoist approach to family therapy.
This week, we are pleased to feature an article by 2020 FFI Fellow Thomas Ang with a suggested approach for advisors to begin discussing wealth transition with their family enterprise clients.