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February 27, 2015

Four CampdenFB-EDHEC Scholarship recipients were among the inaugural intake of Europe’s first MBA programme for future family business leaders.

Four CampdenFB-EDHEC Scholarship recipients were among the inaugural intake of Europe’s first MBA programme for future family business leaders.

The EDHEC Family Business Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) 2015 class consists of seven men and two women, the majority of whom come from countries outside of Europe, including Australia, Canada, South Africa and Pakistan.

June 3, 2014

Setting up a new microfinance division at her family’s Lebanon-based insurance business, Commercial Insurance, gave third-generation Coralie Zaccar a golden opportunity to combine her financial background with her passion for social entrepreneurship, making sure even the poorest in society have a safety net. 

Setting up a new microfinance division at her family’s Lebanon-based insurance business, Commercial Insurance, gave third-generation Coralie Zaccar a golden opportunity to combine her financial background with her passion for social entrepreneurship, making sure even the poorest in society have a safety net. 

 

September 26, 2011

Citibank will support family businesses in Lebanon as part of its $155,000 (€115,000) programme aimed at helping institutions that promote education, entrepreneurship and microfinance in the middle-eastern country, the American bank announced on 26 September. 

Citibank will support family businesses in Lebanon as part of its $155,000 (€115,000) programme aimed at helping institutions that promote education, entrepreneurship and microfinance in the middle-eastern country, the American bank announced on 26 September.

Citi Foundation, the American bank's philanthropical arm, said it will promote the Family Business Initiative in Lebanon, a series of workshops developed by Citi in collaboration with the American University of Beirut and focusing on 50 Lebanese family businesses. 

March 1, 2004

Crises in emerging economies and scandals in developed countries have converged business opinion the world over on one central issue: corporate governance. But what is it and how does it affect family businesses in Lebanon?

Josiane Fahed-Srieh is Assistant Professor of Management and Director of the Family and Entrepreneurial Business Institute at the Lebanese American University.

Crises in emerging economies and scandals in developed countries have converged business opinion the world over on one central issue: corporate governance. But what is it and how does it affect family businesses in Lebanon?

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