We advise families on all aspects of family enterprise, often as they face complex generational transitions. Our clients include Fortune 500 firms, mid-sized companies, and some of the oldest family businesses in the United States and Canada, Latin America, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
Families often seek our assistance with:
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If leading the family business or board of directors has not worked out as planned, how does one alter dreams to fit reality?
In a surprisingly high percentage of cases, the work of family business consulting includes an element of re-parenting.
Many family businesses have a problem with recruitment into governance roles, and the family labor pool is a critical issue.
Over the past three decades, many business families have formed a Council. The oldest Councils have started asking “What do we do now?”
Through case studies, research and discussion this panel examined the conflicts that arise when trusts and trustees become part of governance systems.
Find out how family enterprises can survive and thrive in complex operating environments.