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November 1, 2018

More than 80% of the world’s most up and coming family businesses have their second generation or later on board, but families face a “conundrum” with their next gens over ownership versus management.

More than 80% of the world’s most up and coming family businesses have their second generation or later on board, but families face a “conundrum” with their next gens over ownership versus management.

February 13, 2009

By a margin of nine to one Campden FB readers agree that a global standard would help to protect private wealth holders.

By a margin of nine to one Campden FB readers agree that a global standard would help to protect private wealth holders. The poll was carried out following the launch of an initiative by Don Trone, president and founder of the Foundation for Fiduciary Studies, and Charles Lowenhaupt, chairman of Lowenhaupt Global Advisors.

July 1, 2007

A solid ownership structure and flexible governance are the foundations for the longevity of a family business. Roberto Flören and Jurgen Geerlings discuss how three basic principles can be helpful in the ownership planning process

Roberto Flören is the Berk Accountants and Tax Advisors chair for Family Business and Business Transfer at Nyenrode Business University.
Jurgen Geerlings is a managing partner with MESA Family Business Consultants in the Netherlands and a research associate at Nyenrode Business University.

A solid ownership structure and flexible governance are the foundations for the longevity of a family business. Roberto Flören and Jurgen Geerlings discuss how three basic principles can be helpful in the ownership planning process

February 1, 2002

Despite changing realities of the new economy, a group of companies – ‘hidden champions’ – has stayed true to its core principles, with business characteristics similar to those of family-run businesses

The media hype associated with the trends of the new economy has shown how modern management principles may come and go. The rise and fall of 'dot-coms'have left many people wondering what future business trends and principles will be. Throughout the good and bad times of the changing realities in the 'new'economy, a group of companies has stayed true to its core principles: the hidden champions. Many of the characteristics of the hidden champions run parallel to those of family-run businesses. In fact, many of the hidden champions are exactly that – family-run.

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