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September 5, 2018

A leading Spanish business school says families can plan their successions in just six steps, after finding most of the firms it surveyed did not have a structure ready to transfer control between the generations.

A leading Spanish business school says families can plan their successions in just six steps, after finding most of the firms it surveyed did not have a structure ready to transfer control between the generations.

New research from IESE Business School revealed more than half of the companies consulted (53%) did not yet have a defined succession plan, despite acknowledging the importance of securing longevity.

March 7, 2018

How families are powering growth and engaging their next generations to preserve their businesses are just some of the insights Campden researchers are gathering for agenda-setting reports in 2018.

How families are powering growth and engaging their next generations to preserve their businesses are just some of the insights Campden researchers are gathering for agenda-setting reports in 2018.

The flagship Global Family Office Report leads the Campden slate of studies this year and is already highly anticipated in the family office community. The fifth annual edition will be launched at the UBS family office summit in Zurich on 27-28 September.

September 29, 2016

Asia-Pacific continues to be the global leader in ultra-high net worth (UHNW) population growth despite flatlining growth worldwide and China’s economic slowdown.

Asia-Pacific continues to be the global leader in ultra-high net worth (UHNW) population growth despite flatlining growth worldwide and China’s economic slowdown.

July 1, 2014

A UK family business expert has called into question findings from a Barclays survey that claims to shed light on relatives' relationships in a family business.

A UK family business expert has called into question findings from a Barclays survey that claims to shed light on relatives' relationships in a family business.

The study, Second Generation Family SMEs in the UK, asked 2,003 members of the British public whether they would hire a family member when setting up a business.

According to the study, 23% of the British public would prefer to work with siblings, followed by fathers at 9% and mothers at 7%.

June 16, 2014

European family businesses are more optimistic about their future following signs of economic recovery with the majority considering investment opportunities in their home markets.

European family businesses are more optimistic about their future following signs of economic recovery with the majority considering investment opportunities in their home markets.

November 25, 2010

Only a third of Swiss private banks have begun modifying their business models in order to accommodate new regulatory requirements and client needs, according to a new study by KPMG and the University of St Gallen.

Only a third of Swiss private banks have begun modifying their business models in order to accommodate new regulatory requirements and client needs, according to a new study by KPMG and the University of St Gallen.

July 1, 2005

Learning from and valuing the past, developing on a personal and business level and striving to embrace new concepts are all key to successful growth strategies for family firms. Joachim Schwass summarises the findings of an exhaustive and revealing study

Professor Joachim Schwass is the author of Wise Growth Strategies in Leading Family Businesses (Palgrave Macmillan 2005) and co-directs the IMD program Leading the Family Business.

Learning from and valuing the past, developing on a personal and business level and striving to embrace new concepts are all key to successful growth strategies for family firms. Joachim Schwass summarises the findings of an exhaustive and revealing study

November 1, 2003

Recently, a research project was executed for the Flemish Institute for Family Businesses, with support of the Flemish Government.

Jozef Lievens is Managing Director of the Family Business Institute in Belgium and a Partner at Eubelius Lawyers.

September 1, 2002

Family business is the engine of the Finnish economy and academic research into the subject is on the rise as its importance in the success of such businesses is recognised

Tarja Niemelä is a Research Fellow, University of Jyväskylä, School of Business and Economics. Matti Koiranen is Professor, University of Jyväskylä, School of Business and Economics.

Family business is the engine of the Finnish economy and academic research into the subject is on the rise as its importance in the success of such businesses is recognised

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