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Technology & Cybersecurity

Technology as an enhancing or limiting feature in the development of the family enterprise and the interfaces with rising generations; how family companies can adapt quickly to technoloigcal changes in industries including cybersecurity.

With the growing popularity and continued evolution of AI platforms, such as ChatGPT, increased questions have been raised about their ability to complete more complex functions.

Thank you to this week’s contributor, Sajjad Hamid, for his article exploring digital tools that family enterprise advisors can use to expand their practice.

As enterprising families continue to rely on technology to stay connected and conduct business, this week’s edition features another possible platform that advisors can use with their clients.

Thank you to this week’s contributors, Judy Lin Walsh and Nick Di Loreto from BanyanGlobal Family Business Advisors, for their article discussing how

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.

Today’s edition kicks off a series of FFI Practitioner articles by members of the Editorial Committee.

Thank you to Núria Vilanova, this week’s contributor, for continuing FFI Practitioner’s series of articles written in both English and Spanish by members of the FFI IberoAmerican Virtual Study Group. In this week’s edition, Núria explores the themes of her recent book, which addresses the importance of family enterprises implementing a communication strategy that incorporates the family’s values.

Today’s Edition kicks off a month of FFI Practitioner articles based on the Global Conference theme – Family Business: Electrifying.

The concept of “Hypercompetition,”[1] which Richard D'Aveni, professor of business strategy at the Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth College, introduced in his book with the same title, is changing industries and business practices, especially management of family firms.

Thanks to Holly Isdale of Wealthaven and Lanie Jordan for this timely podcast on cyber safe families.

In the last of the February series of “Blogs from the Board,” Holly Isdale of Wealthaven advises advisors on how to prepare their clients for “digital death”.

In this issue The Practitioner is pleased to have a blog by FFI member and member of the Practitioner Editorial Board, Boris Matijas.

Joachim Vandaele: TrustedFamily was established with the objective of uniting families, and keeping them together.