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February 12, 2021

A Canadian next-generation entrepreneur says more families are investing sustainably in forestry to achieve their impact goals and for the long-term inflation-proof returns of timber as an asset in their portfolios.

A Canadian next-generation entrepreneur says more families are investing sustainably in forestry to achieve their impact goals and for the long-term inflation-proof returns of timber as an asset in their portfolios.

Michael Ackerman (pictured), 38, is the president and chief executive of EcoForests Asset Management. His socially responsible boutique forestry investment management company is headquartered in Toronto and operates 45 plantations in Latin America.

March 24, 2016

Latin American ultra-high net worth (UHNW) business executives are on the lookout for merger and acquisition (M&A) targets and are particularly bullish about regional opportunities, despite the challenging economic environment, new research suggests.

Latin American ultra-high net worth (UHNW) business executives are on the lookout for merger and acquisition (M&A) targets and are particularly bullish about regional opportunities, despite the challenging economic environment, new research suggests.

Risk & Return in Latin America found that 56% of the 45 UHNW family business executives surveyed perceive M&A opportunities in Latin America to be excellent or very good.

November 1, 2007

Carlos Slim, the world’s richest man, is the figurehead of a Latin American trend of family
businesses ascending to powerful global positions. And many believe that, despite concerns about corruption, this trend will continue if the environment for business improves at the current rate. Melanie Stern analyses the state of play for the region’s business families

Melanie Stern is a freelance journalist based in the UK.

Carlos Slim, the world's richest man, is the figurehead of a Latin American trend of family businesses ascending to powerful global positions. And many believe that, despite concerns about corruption, this trend will continue if the environment for business improves at the current rate. Melanie Stern analyses the state of play for the region's business families

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Population: 39.0 million
GDP (at market exchange rates): $214.3 billion

September 1, 2006

Fate forced Colombia’s Torres family into a generational succession, and a reinvention of the family business. Help from outsiders and a united family have meant this business has beaten the odds and evolved into a strategy- and growth-focused concern

The Torres family contributed this article. Their company Contempo Group are based in Bogotá, Colombia. The family are members of the FBN Colombia chapter.

Fate forced Colombia's Torres family into a generational succession, and a reinvention of the family business. Help from outsiders and a united family have meant this business has beaten the odds and evolved into a strategy- and growth-focused concern

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