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November 15, 2018

The increasing number of wealthy families requiring multijurisdictional services has pushed two of the world’s largest commercial multi family offices (CMFO) to sign a strategic alliance following two years of discussions.

The increasing number of wealthy families requiring multijurisdictional services has pushed two of the world’s largest commercial multi family offices (CMFO) to sign a strategic alliance following two years of discussions.

The agreement will see UK-based Stonehage Fleming provide international family office, trust, and investment services to clients of Glenmede in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) throughout its 11-office network.

August 7, 2017

Gry Osnes, editor of Family Capitalism: Best Practices in Ownership & Leadership, continues her discussion of 10 core disciplines based on the research she supervised into the strategic and entrepreneurial approaches taken by successful family enterprises. After her first five principles last week, here are her final five.

Gry Osnes, editor of Family Capitalism: Best Practices in Ownership & Leadership, continues her discussion of 10 core disciplines based on the research she supervised into the strategic and entrepreneurial approaches taken by successful family enterprises. After her first five principles were explored last week, here are her final five.

November 4, 2016

Growth among family businesses will be held back if the community does not improve its strategic and succession planning, new research cautions.

Growth among family businesses will be held back if the community does not improve its strategic and succession planning, new research cautions.

This was the stark warning from PwC's eighth biennial Global Family Business Survey, which urged family business leaders to bolster their abilities to adapt to digital technology, succession, finance, and professionalisation.

September 10, 2013

So, farewell then, Nokia. Well, not quite. But the absorption of the Finnish mobile phone giant by Microsoft was a big moment in the story of its decline. It is probably a matter of time before the name is history. 

So, farewell then, Nokia. Well, not quite. But the absorption of the Finnish mobile phone giant by Microsoft was a big moment in the story of its decline. It is probably a matter of time before the name is history.

Apparently there was a lot of hand-wringing and soul-searching in Finland about the deal, but the writing has evidently been on the wall ever since the infamous “burning platform” email by its CEO Stephen Elop, the former Microsoft man who will now go back to his old employer, taking Nokia with him.

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