In our March issue of The Lede, Adam Gale looked at what family businesses can learn from musicians – and the pressure that private businesses feel to constantly reinvent themselves.
Family business succession planning can be tiring and exhausting. Our definitive guide provides answers to all the questions about succession planning, including when to start, who to involve, and the dangers of getting it wrong.
In this podcast, Jordan Greenaway and Luke Thompson discuss the key challenges next-generation family members face and why it is important for them to establish their own independent professional reputations.
In order to preserve and enhance a legacy, successful families must be armed with a communications strategy that gives visibility to the next generation’s position and involvement in the family business.
More than 50 percent of ‘wealth-originators’ do not trust the next generation to look after the family’s business, wealth, and investments. In the latest version of our monthly newsletter, The Lede, we looked at how families can overcome intergenerational animosity when planning succession.
Effective PR, communications, and media strategies are essential to a smooth succession event in a family business. While financing planning and tax strategies are almost always carefully thought through, public relations and reputation capital is often forgotten or sometimes ignored.
Over recent months, families have had more time to think about succession. In the latest version of our monthly newsletter, The Lede, we looked at why it's essential for families to focus on the communications side of succession planning.
The holders of significant private wealth are under increasing pressure to demonstrate their moral compass, writes Simon Rylatt, a partner at Boodle Hatfield.
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