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July 1, 2005

If you start small, like the mighty oak, the acorn will reap rewards. Aldonna Ambler, whose name is synonymous with successful growth strategies, describes the best way for family firms to avoid the pitfalls and succeed when it comes to expansion

Aldonna R Ambler can be reached at www.TheGrowthStrategist.com

If you start small, like the mighty oak, the acorn will reap rewards. Aldonna Ambler, whose name is synonymous with successful growth strategies, describes the best way for family firms to avoid the pitfalls and succeed when it comes to expansion

July 1, 2005

The perils of borrowing and lending are well documented, especially when it comes to family and friends. However, there are ways to do it successfully and encourage innovation – without endangering relationships. Lloyd Steier describes how to do it

Lloyd Steier holds a research chair and is a professor in the department of strategic management and organisation at the University of Alberta School of Business. He is also the academic director of the Centre for Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise and the Alberta Business Family Institute.

The perils of borrowing and lending are well documented, especially when it comes to family and friends. However, there are ways to do it successfully and encourage innovation – without endangering relationships. Lloyd Steier describes how to do it

March 1, 2005

The shape of Swiss private banking has dramatically emerged from a period of eclipse. Bob Reynolds discovers that the two biggest players intend to use aggressive strategies to attract new money

Bob Reynolds is consultant editor of Offshore Red.

The shape of Swiss private banking has dramatically emerged from a period of eclipse. Bob Reynolds discovers that the two biggest players intend to use aggressive strategies to attract new money

Swiss private client banking has emerged from the dark side of the moon. Commercial, regulatory, political and competitive pressures had conspired to put the giants of Swiss private banking into the shadows.
 

March 1, 2005

Most HNWIs like to take responsibility for their own investment decisions and are extremely active in managing their investments. It’s not wrong, or misguided, if it produces the right results, argues John Clemens

John Clemens is managing partner, Tulip Financial Research Ltd. john.clemens@tulipresearch.com; www.tulipresearch.com

Most HNWIs like to take responsibility for their own investment decisions and are extremely active in managing their investments. It's not wrong, or misguided, if it produces the right results, argues John Clemens

January 1, 2005

Families that have invested offshore to avoid disclosing where they hold their savings must review their options now, say experts familiar with the European savings tax directive. Bob Reynolds explains

Bob Reynolds is consultant editor of Offshore Red.

Families that have invested offshore to avoid disclosing where they hold their savings must review their options now, say experts familiar with the European savings tax directive. Bob Reynolds explains

January 1, 2005

The ranks of the world’s super wealthy have grown steadily over the past year, says Scott McCulloch. Now all the private banks must do is calculate how to serve them best and do it at a profit

Scott Mcculloch is editor of Families in Business magazine.

The ranks of the world's super wealthy have grown steadily over the past year, says Scott McCulloch. Now all the private banks must do is calculate how to serve them best and do it at a profit

January 1, 2005

British institutional pension funds are still struggling to marry a growing interest in ethical investments with their perceived fiduciary responsibilities, says Melanie Stern

Melanie Stern is section editor of Families in Business magazine.

British institutional pension funds are still struggling to marry a growing interest in ethical investments with their perceived fiduciary responsibilities, says Melanie Stern

"What does it mean to say that 'business' has responsibilities? Only people can have responsibilities."

January 1, 2005

Preparing a company to globalise its operations depends on the nature of the business and the suitability of its products. George Malim reviews the options open to family firms

George Malim is a freelance journalist based in London.

Preparing a company to globalise its operations depends on the nature of the business and the suitability of its products. George Malim reviews the options open to family firms

January 1, 2005

It takes a lot more than entrepreneurial spirit to sustain a family and its long-term business success – vision, values and planning also play a role. The key, as Amy Braden discovers, is integrating them

Amy Braden is a managing director of JPMorgan Private Bank and head of its Family Wealth Centre in New York. www.jpmorgan.com/privatebank

Wealthy families with problems – business disputes, wayward children, expensive divorces – make for tasty media fare. What you won't often find in the news, however, are the families who have mastered the delicate art of successfully stewarding collective wealth for the benefit of family and society alike.

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