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May 26, 2010

The image of Russian entrepreneurs in the popular press may be of rapacious capitalists with a penchant for huge yachts and modern art, but the reality is somewhat more complex according to a new report by UBS/Campden Research, writes Marc Smith.

The image of Russian entrepreneurs in the popular press may be of rapacious capitalists with a penchant for huge yachts and modern art, but the reality is somewhat more complex according to a new report by UBS/Campden Research, writes Marc Smith.

May 26, 2010

A new report released today by UBS and Campden Research reveals exclusive, in-depth insights into the views of Russia’s leading entrepreneurs about the critical issues that they, their businesses and their families will face in the next five years.

A new report released today by UBS and Campden Research reveals exclusive, in-depth insights into the views of Russia's leading entrepreneurs about the critical issues that they, their businesses and their families will face in the next five years.
 

May 5, 2010

Marc Smith spoke to UBS’s Martha Bigliardi about family business and family wealth in Russia, and what she is advising entrepreneurs to do as they look to the twin challenges of succession planning and wealth management

Marc Smith spoke to UBS's Martha Bigliardi about family business and family wealth in Russia, and what she is advising entrepreneurs to do as they look to the twin challenges of succession planning and wealth management.

May 5, 2010

The UBS/Campden Research Russian Entrepreneurs Report provides a unique insight into the critical issues facing entrepreneurs, their firms and their families, reports Katie Barker

The UBS/Campden Research Russian Entrepreneurs Report provides a unique insight into the critical issues facing entrepreneurs, their firms and their families, reports Katie Barker.

August 11, 2008

Families in Business conducted an online reader survey to uncover the biggest challenges that philanthropists are currently facing.

Last month, Families in Business conducted an online reader survey to uncover the biggest challenges that philanthropists are currently facing. Read through the results to see what we uncovered. Click here to read the main article.

July 1, 2008

Some see it as a duty, some see it as essential to creating a legacy, some just love to do it. Whatever the motivation, philanthropy is as popular as ever. It doesn’t mean that it is simple, however. Here we look in-depth at the biggest challenges in philanthropy today …

Some see it as a duty, some see it as essential to creating a legacy, some just love to do it. Whatever the motivation, philanthropy is as popular as ever. It doesn't mean that it is simple, however. Here we look in-depth at the biggest challenges in philanthropy today …

January 1, 2007

Rapidly changing politics across the globe and governments’ drive for transparency and accountability in a bid to bring business under social control have become a major challenge for the private sector. Tim Pendry looks at the risks and how to avoid them

Tim Pendry is Chairman of TPPR Public Affairs & Communications.

Rapidly changing politics across the globe and governments' drive for transparency and accountability in a bid to bring business under social control have become a major challenge for the private sector. Tim Pendry looks at the risks and how to avoid them

Few family businesses have lasted as long as Kongo Gumi of Japan, founded in the same decade as the Prophet Muhammed was born. Its survival is a tribute to the continuity and stability of Japanese culture as much as to the talents of the family.

November 1, 2006

Non-family executives can face particular challenges once in the fold of a family business. Dennis Jaffe explains why it is vital that non-family executives feel their future is dependent on performance and not on their political alliances with family leaders

Dennis Jaffe is a founding partner of Relative Solutions, professor at Saybrook Graduate School and author of Working With the Ones You Love.

Non-family executives can face particular challenges once in the fold of a family business. Dennis Jaffe explains why it is vital that non-family executives feel their future is dependent on performance and not on their political alliances with family leaders

May 1, 2006

The success of a business depends on the quality of leadership throughout, but especially from the top. Good management disciplines and skills ensure the business is run effectively but they are not enough on their own. Graham Yemm looks at the top job requirements

Graham Yemm works with organisations on a range of training and development issues, including leadership, culture and communication skills. For more information visit www.solutions4training.com

The success of a business depends on the quality of leadership throughout, but especially from the top. Good management disciplines and skills ensure the business is run effectively but they are not enough on their own. Graham Yemm looks at the top job requirements

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