THU 28TH MAY 2020


Bringing the family business community together

Laying Down Boundaries For Family Firms

Address four key areas for a more secure family business future. Full Article

Process Of Creating A Family Constitution

A family constitution is a confidential family document outlining their vision and agreement on ownership and management of the business. So how do yo... Full Article


Developing an appropriate framework for the governance of the family firm is essential, from managing the family, the family involvement with the business, meetng the needs of working family members and non-family directors and employees and helping to develop responsible shareholders too.

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Examining Ownership Of The Asian Family Business...

Christian Stewart examines the ownership role in a family owned busine... Full Article

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The Last Challenge Of Family Business

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Keeping Family Governance Simple

Good governance systems encourage families to communicate and work together more effectively, and they’re pivotal to family business success Read More

The Family Council

Instituting a family council can be a significantly positive step toward managing the business in a more rational and professional manner. Read More

Increasing Popularity Of Family Charters

Family charters are becoming increasingly popular. But what are they, and what can they do to enhance your business? Read More

Good Governance

Perfect governance of a family owned business would be like having lightning in a bottle so what is governance and what does it mean for family firms.  Adam Jones explains more. Read More

What Is A Family Charter?

Family charters (sometimes also known as family constitutions, agenda or protocols) are statements of intent or agreements entered into by family members in relation to a family business. Read More

Laying Down Boundaries For Family Firms

Address four key areas for a more secure family business future. Read More