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August 9, 2011

Women are breaking through the glass ceiling in family businesses, moving on from their role as “chief emotional officer” and becoming active, visible participants in the running of companies, according to Juliette Johnson, head of family business at Coutts & Co. 

Women are breaking through the glass ceiling in family businesses, moving on from their role as “chief emotional officer” and becoming active, visible participants in the running of companies, according to Juliette Johnson, head of family business at Coutts & Co.

She was commenting as new Coutts research, looking at the relationship between family businesses and female board members, was released.

May 20, 2010

It is not only the world’s leading business and financial families that require the use of a family office; one of America’s most successful entertainment stars has this week announced that she is creating her own single family office, writes Katie Baker.

It is not only the world's leading business and financial families that require the use of a family office; one of America's most successful entertainment stars has this week announced that she is creating her own single family office, writes Katie Baker.

May 1, 2006

As part of an occasional series, Families in Business chairs a roundtable discussion at Campden’s Families in Business Conference on the importance of values in family business

As part of an occasional series, Families in Business chairs a roundtable discussion at Campden's Families in Business Conference on the importance of values in family business

Roundtable panel

Patrick Peyton is a non-family member who leads Despatch Industries' family office as well as their operating companies. The family firm is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota and has been in existence for 140 years.

November 1, 2005

Women looking for a fast track to a seat on the board should join the family business, according to new research by Coutts. More than 60% of British family businesses have female directors.

Scott McCulloch is editor of Families in Business.

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