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September 1, 2005

A formal dividend policy can help family businesses avoid disputes and to allocate the rewards at regular intervals. But there are pitfalls and a flexible policy that is tailored to the needs of the shareholders is the best bet for success, writes François de Visscher

François de Visscher is founder and president of the family business consultancy de Visscher & Co. www.devisscher.com

A formal dividend policy can help family businesses avoid disputes and to allocate the rewards at regular intervals. But there are pitfalls and a flexible policy that is tailored to the needs of the shareholders is the best bet for success, writes François de Visscher

January 1, 2004

One of the top concerns of a family is confidentiality in its investments. Real estate investment means that, through an appropriate investment vehicle, the ultimate owner of property is protected from identification, liability and reporting requirements, says Bárbara Schuck

Bárbara Schuck is a principal of Bridgemer Investment Properties, Zollikon, Switzerland

One of the top concerns of a family is confidentiality in its investments. Real estate investment means that, through an appropriate investment vehicle, the ultimate owner of property is protected from identification, liability and reporting requirements, says Bárbara Schuck

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