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September 9, 2009

Family businesses are not immune to the effects of the recession, but the tough conditions have not made them more inclined to sell up, according to the results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey into attitudes to the economic climate.

Family businesses are not immune to the effects of the recession, but the tough conditions have not made them more inclined to sell up, according to the results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey into attitudes to the economic climate.

September 9, 2009

Campden FB and Mishcon de Reya carried out an exclusive global survey on the views of family business owners to the current economic climate between May and August. The results, published today, show family businesses are feeling the effects of the recession but it has not made the majority more willing to sell up.

Campden FB and Mishcon de Reya carried out an exclusive global survey on the views of family business owners to the current economic climate between May and August. The results, published today, show family businesses are feeling the effects of the recession but it has not made the majority more willing to sell up.

September 9, 2009

The Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey canvassed opinion from family businesses all over the world as to their views on the economic climate. The final results are presented here

The Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey canvassed opinion from family businesses all over the world as to their views on the economic climate. The final results are presented here

September 9, 2009

The main results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey provided some telling insights into the general mood of family business. However, responses differ from region to region (four were surveyed: Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America and South America) and show some cultural variations that affect how families and their businesses operate.

The main results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey provided some telling insights into the general mood of family business. However, responses differ from region to region (four were surveyed: Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America and South America) and show some cultural variations that affect how families and their businesses operate.

August 25, 2009

Back in May, Campden FB and leading law firm Mishcon de Reya joined forces to launch a survey that aimed to assess what impact the current economic turmoil has had on families in business. Katie Barker reports on the latest findings

Back in May, Campden FB and leading law firm Mishcon de Reya joined forces to launch a survey that aimed to assess what impact the current economic turmoil has had on families in business. Katie Barker reports on the latest findings

July 14, 2009

Bashas’, one of the world's largest privately-owned family companies, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

Bashas', one of the world's largest privately-owned family companies, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
 
The Arizona-based company attributed its bankruptcy to a particularly challenging situation in Arizona where growth has stagnated and the state is overloaded with grocery stores. In addition, the national credit crisis, increased competition from cut-price competitors and an ongoing dispute with the grocery workers' union have hindered the business.
 

June 25, 2009

The preliminary results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey on the current economic climate confirm family businesses are not escaping the effects of the recession. Jonathan Berman, partner in the Families in Business Group at Mischon de Reya, believes this shows the recession is deeper and more biting than previously thought.

The preliminary results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey on the current economic climate confirm family businesses are not escaping the effects of the recession. Jonathan Berman, partner in the Families in Business Group at Mischon de Reya, believes this shows the recession is deeper and more biting than previously thought.

May 21, 2009

What impact has the current economic turmoil had on families in business attitudes to the future of their businesses? This is the question behind a new survey launched this week by Campden FB and leading law firm Mishcon de Reya.

What impact has the current economic turmoil had on families in business attitudes to the future of their businesses? This is the question behind a new survey launched this week by Campden FB and leading law firm Mishcon de Reya.

There are clear indications that the current turmoil is impacting on families' previously determined long-term strategies of whether to retain or sell their businesses. Families are also receiving conflicting advice from many different areas, and as a result are unclear about what they should be doing.

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