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Maersk Group

January 23, 2019

How will family businesses fare in 2019? What will be the major trends to shape their experience or to watch out for? We’ve put our thinking caps on to forecast five key family business trends in 2019. 

The start of 2019 signals the start of prediction season. This year there’s plenty of grand forecasts about geopolitical and macroeconomic changes from trade wars to a cooling Chinese, US, and global economy in a year of transformation and disruption.

August 1, 2018

Industrial foundations lock up generations of family wealth. But what they lack in flexibility they compensate in prospects for long-term prosperity. Scott McCulloch reports

Industrial foundations lock up generations of family wealth. But what they lack in flexibility they compensate in prospects for long-term prosperity. Scott McCulloch reports

Foundations have deep roots in privately-held enterprises, especially in northern Europe’s high-tax jurisdictions. The business model is imperfect, but goes a fair way towards preserving multigenerational wealth.

February 16, 2017

The McKinney Møller family intends to directly own – partly or as a majority shareholder – several Maersk-related entities following key strategic changes at the Danish transport-to-energy behemoth Maersk Group.

The McKinney Møller family intends to directly own – partly or as a majority shareholder – several Maersk-related entities directly following key strategic changes at the Danish transport-to-energy behemoth Maersk Group.

The announcement comes as the 113-year-old Danish company replaced its chairman of 14 years and posted its second heaviest loss in seven decades.

September 16, 2016

Samsung next-generation succession continues, BlackRock joins €2 billion suit against Volkswagen, All aboard Maersk after Hanjin hits choppy waters

Samsung next-generation succession continues
Samsung next-generation heir Lee Jae Yong has been nominated to join the board of Samsung Electronics – the embattled arm of the family-controlled conglomerate.

June 15, 2016

Robert Maersk Uggla, the third-generation heir to Danish shipping giant AP Moller-Maersk, has been appointed chief executive of the family’s holding company in a move that will distance the family from daily operations.

Robert Maersk Uggla, the third-generation heir to Danish shipping giant AP Moller-Maersk, has been appointed chief executive of the family’s holding company in a move that will distance the family from daily operations.

As of September 2016, Uggla will step down from the top job at Maersk-owned tugboat operator Svitzer to become CEO of AP Moller Holding, which holds 41.5% of shares and 51% of voting rights in the Copenhagen-based shipping company.

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