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June 10, 2021

When hiring for your family office you need to think family first and office second. Can this person take your husband to hospital appointments? Can they jump on a plane without notice to manage your international holdings? Can they watch your daughter’s recital if you are stuck at work or if you can’t make it in, can they take your seat at the table?

When hiring for your family office you need to think family first and office second. Can this person take your husband to hospital appointments? Can they jump on a plane without notice to manage your international holdings? Can they watch your daughter’s recital if you are stuck at work or if you can’t make it in, can they take your seat at the table?

March 13, 2021

The Firm? We learned from Harry and Meghan’s interview with Oprah Winfrey that is what the royal family call their family business. It’s a very appropriate term. As a family business, they own and manage land and castles, some of which they rent out, support multiple charitable ventures, play an extensive public role in the UK drawing on multiple publicity avenues to support its image and brand, and employ scores of employees who are valued for their loyalty and commitment. It's a huge and complex business.

The Firm? We learned from Harry and Meghan’s interview with Oprah Winfrey that is what the royal family call their family business. It’s a very appropriate term. As a family business, they own and manage land and castles, some of which they rent out, support multiple charitable ventures, play an extensive public role in the UK drawing on multiple publicity avenues to support its image and brand, and employ scores of employees who are valued for their loyalty and commitment. It's a huge and complex business.

December 3, 2009

The CEO of BNP Paribas Wealth Management tells Marc Smith why sustained giving is more important than the amount given, how service providers can improve family philanthropy and why the next generation is so important

Francois Debiesse is not surprised that just 2.9% of respondents to the BNP Paribas/Campden Research Global Philanthropy Report, Giving through the generations, said they relied on banks for philanthropic advice. 

January 1, 2007

As an international financial centre, Singapore offers financial institutions a conducive, pro-business environment, cost-competitiveness and a highly-skilled and cosmopolitan labour force. Furthermore, it has long been recognised as one of the best cities for business with a strategic geographical location, at the heart of the rapidly-developing Asian market. So, it seems that doing business in, or with, Singapore is a no-brainer – yet we here very little about the country in comparison with other Asian powerhouses. Families in Business spoke with Erina Han of the Monetary Authority of Singapore to find out what’s on offer in Singapore for family businesses

As an international financial centre, Singapore offers financial institutions a conducive, pro-business environment, cost-competitiveness and a highly-skilled and cosmopolitan labour force. Furthermore, it has long been recognised as one of the best cities for business with a strategic geographical location, at the heart of the rapidly-developing Asian market. So, it seems that doing business in, or with, Singapore is a no-brainer – yet we here very little about the country in comparison with other Asian powerhouses.

September 1, 2006

Families in Business talks with Gopal Patwardhan, managing partner at Duke Equity Partners, about helping Indian family business grow, and what the future holds for this fast growing economy

Families in Business talks with Gopal Patwardhan, managing partner at Duke Equity Partners, about helping Indian family business grow, and what the future holds for this fast growing economy

FIB What is your background?

GP I have been in the early stage/venture capital field for the last nine years, but my exposure and interest in entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship goes back much further.

November 1, 2004

Olivier de Richoufftz, FBN’s new executive director, answers a few questions

Olivier de Richoufftz, FBN's new executive director, answers a few questions

What is your personal interest in family business?

June 1, 2003

I feel very proud when I manage to help my clients incorporate different perspectives when making their decisions. Narrowmindedness is one of the greatest threats to family business

Suzy Bibko is Editor-in-Chief of Families in Business magazine.

I feel very proud when I manage to help my clients incorporate different perspectives when making their decisions. Narrowmindedness is one of the greatest threats to family business

April 1, 2003

It’s fun to be around people who care deeply about what they’re doing and helping them discover their own solutions to problems that threaten their family’s heritage is very rewarding indeed

Suzy Bibko is Editor-in-Chief of Families in Business magazine.

It's fun to be around people who care deeply about what they're doing and helping them discover their own solutions to problems that threaten their family's heritage is very rewarding indeed

November 1, 2002

Shane O’Reilly is managing director of O’Reilly’s Rainforest Guesthouse in Queensland, Australia, which has been in business for 77 years and is currently managed by the third generation of O’Reilly’s. The guesthouse, situated in Lamington National Park, a world heritage site, has 70 rooms and is rated 4-star; it also runs its own small vineyard – Canungra Valley.

Shane O'Reilly is managing director of O'Reilly's Rainforest Guesthouse in Queensland, Australia, which has been in business for 77 years and is currently managed by the third generation of O'Reilly's. The guesthouse, situated in Lamington National Park, a world heritage site, has 70 rooms and is rated 4-star; it also runs its own small vineyard – Canungra Valley.

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