(By Birketts LLP as originally appeared at Lexology.com) Running a family business can be exciting, frustrating, extremely busy and very rewarding both financially and emotionally. A lot of time will be taken up with immediate commercial and business decisions....read more
(by Travis W. Harris for FamilyBusinessMagazine.com) The purpose of the investor relations function in a public company is to promote effective communication between the company and its current and prospective investors. The Securities and Exchange Commission requires...
(by ETMarkets for ETMarkets.com) Fancy a family business? The reasons are not too far to seek. They enjoy a special advantage over others when it comes to decision-making speed, motivation, and values. The point to note is promoters’ stake in these businesses is in...
A family-owned business, or any other business for that matter, can only be sustainable if its assets are used in a manner that’s productive, and returns value and satisfaction to the various stakeholders and the family.
For many financial advisors, the stakes seem higher when the client is a family-owned business. Not only do these advisors need to understand the fundamentals of the business itself and the family’s vision for its future, but they also need to work within the context of the underlying — often complicated and sometimes messy — family dynamics.
Presentation by Family Owned Business Resources
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