Life for many in the family business space over the past year has not been easy, but family firms have shown their resolve and resilience and are now beginning to look to the future. So, how do you go about creating a family firm fit for the future with regards governance, communication and finance?
Join us to hear from some leading global experts on the subject of creating a family firm fit for the future.
Edouard Thijssen – Co-Founder and CEO at Trusted Family
Edouard is a next generation member from a multigenerational business family from Belgium, and co-founder and CEO of Trusted Family.
Trusted Family is an award-winning technology platform serving the world’s leading family businesses that provides a single, secure and centralized governance platform, enabling directors, shareholders, family members and their close advisors to easily connect, communicate and collaborate from anywhere, at any time, on any device.
The company is headquartered in Brussels, Belgium, with offices in London and New York, and family business clients in 25 countries globally. The company leverages a decade of industry expertise to help multi-generational family businesses thrive and achieve sustainable, long-term success.
Jason Oakley – Founder and CEO at Recognise Bank
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John Harte – Managing Partner at Integrity Governance
John leads a global team that is focused on making boards more effective. A boardroom expert working with multinationals and SME’s, he provides practical, impartial advice to directors, business owners and CEO’s to help improve performance. He is a regular speaker and thought leader on board effectiveness, practical governance and business disruption.
John grew up in a family business and his extended family run fifth generation businesses and he has also served as a board member, chairman and adviser to many family firms. He also worked within Mars, a globally recognised family business for the best part of a decade.