Family Businesses: Recognizing the areas of conflict at the intersection of Family, Ownership, and Management

Family Businesses: Recognizing the areas of conflict at the intersection of Family, Ownership, and Management

Our family business governance specialist, Jim Rappaport teamed up with estate planning attorney Pat Annino in presenting at the Family Firm Institute's conference in London last year on what it takes to be resilient in family businesses.  They highlight some of the key aspects of their presentation in this recent article from FFI -- Resilience: An essential approach to the boundaries among family, business, and ownership for the sustainabiilty of the system

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What you Need to Know if you Have a Family Owned Business

"Family owned businesses generate 60% of the country's employment and 78% of jobs created." -- Bloombergmpower radio show

MPower Radio invited Emily Bouchard to share insights about family businesses and the complex dynamics families face, such as:

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