Shonali is a family business consultant at Peter Leach LLP and has her background in corporate finance, young venture philanthropy and SME start-up. She has lived and worked in a huge variety of countries and is fluent in 5 languages. Her experiences in different cultures gives her an added sensitivity in her approach to multigenerational issues, and in focusing on the effective environmental and social philanthropic results demanded by her client families. Shonali graduated from Columbia University with a degree in Psychology before completing her studies at LSE with a Masters in International Employment and Human Resource Management.
Alexandra is a consultant at Peter Leach LLP. She has recently finished her training to become a chartered accountant. Prior to joining Peter Leach LLP at its inception last year, she worked at BDO Stoy Hayward, part of the world's fifth largest accountancy network. There, she worked in the management consulting department and specialised in working on 'people issues' such as personal development programmes and remuneration reviews.
Since joining Peter Leach LLP, she has worked exclusively with Family Businesses on issues such as governance and succession and in the Middle East has worked in Dubai, Bahrain and Oman.
She has a particular focus on the next generation and is currently studying for an MSc in Organisational and Social Psychology at the London School of Economics.
Carlos Slim became the richest man in the world last week, making him patriarch of, arguably, the most successful family business in the world. However, his succession planning is yet to be tested, write Alexandra Sharpe and Shonali Sashikant
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