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August 8, 2014

An expert on inclusivity and diversity in business has praised the leadership of a father who, having openly rejected his daughter’s sexuality in the past, has now announced he would like her to succeed him at the helm of the family-controlled Hong Kong property empire.

An expert on inclusivity and diversity in business has praised the leadership of a father who, having openly rejected his daughter’s sexuality in the past, has now announced he would like her to succeed him at the helm of the family-controlled Hong Kong property empire.

This week, Cheuk Nang chairman Cecil Chao announced he wanted his daughter, Gigi, to become vice chairwoman of the family business, and would be taking his proposal to next month’s board meeting.

May 1, 2007

Family businesses can often be thought of as solid and staid, not taking many risks and tied to age-old and sometimes outdated traditions. Not so, argues Albert Jan Thomassen – family businesses today are modern, proactive, diverse and up for new challenges

Family businesses can often be thought of as solid and staid, not taking many risks and tied to age-old and sometimes outdated traditions. Not so, argues Albert Jan Thomassen – family businesses today are modern, proactive, diverse and up for new challenges.

Albert Jan Thomassen is chairman of the FBN 18th Summit Programme Committee.

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