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January 7, 2020

Effective communication between generations is essential for family business longevity and succession, and it’s never too late for families to start, says Ron LaVelle, a trusted adviser to ultra-wealthy families in the Bay area at Seiler LLP.

LaVelle tells CampdenFB how families can get the basics right, from professionalising the family business and setting up the family office, to hiring and keeping the right people.

Effective communication between generations is essential for family business longevity and succession, and it’s never too late for families to start, says Ron LaVelle, a trusted adviser to ultra-wealthy families in the Bay area at Seiler LLP.

LaVelle tells CampdenFB how families can get the basics right, from professionalising the family business and setting up the family office, to hiring and keeping the right people.

March 31, 2014

A San Francisco family office that invests on principles first and profit second has entered a joint equity partnership in a social impact property development in Las Vegas, as construction picks up in the US gambling and resort city.

A San Francisco family office that invests on principles first and profit second has entered a joint equity partnership in a social impact property development in Las Vegas, as construction picks up in the US gambling and resort city.

The anonymous family office, which manages $200 million (€145 million) for several families, has entered the agreement with Cambridge Companies – a Las Vegas-based developer, specialising in land use and zoning enhancements, as well as residential and commercial developments.

January 1, 2006

Ever since Levi Strauss donated some money to a local orphanage in San Francisco 150 years ago, the culture of giving back to the community has become embedded in the company’s philosophy. Ret Boney describes the competitive and social advantages

Ret Boney is the author and this was reprinted with permission of the Philanthropy Journal. www.philanthropyjournal.org

Ever since Levi Strauss donated some money to a local orphanage in San Francisco 150 years ago, the culture of giving back to the community has become embedded in the company's philosophy. Ret Boney describes the competitive and social advantages

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