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March 14, 2019

The family behind Britain’s last domestically-owned carmaker says it sold its majority stake to an Italian family private equity firm to secure the future of its 110-year-old business.

The family behind Britain’s last domestically-owned carmaker says it sold its majority stake to an Italian family private equity firm to secure the future of its 110-year-old business.

Sports car manufacturer Morgan Motoring Company will be acquired by Italian investment group Investindustrial next month on undisclosed terms. The investment was made without financial debt and Morgan will have a positive net cash position upon closing of the transaction in April.

January 1, 2003

The IEF in Spain

José Manuel Lara is President of the IEF, Spain.

The IEF in Spain

November 1, 2002

Imbedded values tend to lead the strategy selection process of family businesses. John Ward explains that if the family’s core beliefs are not compatible with the chosen strategy, the chances of success are much lower

John L Ward is the Co-Director of the Center for Family Enterprises at Kellogg Graduate School of Management (USA) and the Wild Group Professor of Family Business at IMD (Switzerland). He serves on the boards of four family companies in Europe and the USA.

Imbedded values tend to lead the strategy selection process of family businesses. John Ward explains that if the family's core beliefs are not compatible with the chosen strategy, the chances of success are much lower

September 1, 2002

The processes of conducting business have changed beyond recognition in recent years. Family businesses need to embrace communication and access to information for future success

Dr Pierre Jean Everaert  is the chairman of the board of Interbrew SA, and has been chairman of and served on many other boards around the world. He is also a professor at the Vlerick School of Business of the University of Leuven-Gent and a guest lecturer at several business schools in Asia and South America.

The processes of conducting business have changed beyond recognition in recent years. Family businesses need to embrace communication and access to information for future success

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