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September 28, 2011

The challenges facing family businesses not only differ between emerging and western markets, but even within each of these markets, according to a family business expert. 

The challenges facing family businesses not only differ between emerging and western markets, but even within each of these markets, according to a family business expert.

Jörg Ritter, co-head of the family business advisory division of executive search firm Egon Zehnder International, said that despite operating in similar developed markets, family businesses in Europe and the US have to deal with very different issues that affect their success.

August 25, 2010

Research on estate transitions is quite specific: 70% of families will lose their assets and their coherence as a family unit following the transition of their estate. Why is this? What are the causes? Unfortunately, the answers to these questions and solving the horrific failure rate are neither obvious nor easy.

Research on estate transitions is quite specific: 70% of families will lose their assets and their coherence as a family unit following the transition of their estate. Why is this? What are the causes? Unfortunately, the answers to these questions and solving the horrific failure rate are neither obvious nor easy.

While the causes of post-transition failure are puzzling to most families, they are no longer a mystery to researchers: the biggest cause of failure lies in unprepared heirs.

May 26, 2010

The image of Russian entrepreneurs in the popular press may be of rapacious capitalists with a penchant for huge yachts and modern art, but the reality is somewhat more complex according to a new report by UBS/Campden Research, writes Marc Smith.

The image of Russian entrepreneurs in the popular press may be of rapacious capitalists with a penchant for huge yachts and modern art, but the reality is somewhat more complex according to a new report by UBS/Campden Research, writes Marc Smith.

May 26, 2010

A new report released today by UBS and Campden Research reveals exclusive, in-depth insights into the views of Russia’s leading entrepreneurs about the critical issues that they, their businesses and their families will face in the next five years.

A new report released today by UBS and Campden Research reveals exclusive, in-depth insights into the views of Russia's leading entrepreneurs about the critical issues that they, their businesses and their families will face in the next five years.
 

May 5, 2010

Marc Smith spoke to UBS’s Martha Bigliardi about family business and family wealth in Russia, and what she is advising entrepreneurs to do as they look to the twin challenges of succession planning and wealth management

Marc Smith spoke to UBS's Martha Bigliardi about family business and family wealth in Russia, and what she is advising entrepreneurs to do as they look to the twin challenges of succession planning and wealth management.

May 5, 2010

The UBS/Campden Research Russian Entrepreneurs Report provides a unique insight into the critical issues facing entrepreneurs, their firms and their families, reports Katie Barker

The UBS/Campden Research Russian Entrepreneurs Report provides a unique insight into the critical issues facing entrepreneurs, their firms and their families, reports Katie Barker.

March 5, 2010

The US Trust/Campden Research North American Family Office Survey 2009 provides a unique insight into the issues family offices are facing in the light of the turmoil of the last 18 months. This summary highlights some of the key findings of the research

The US Trust/Campden Research North American Family Office Survey 2009 provides a unique insight into the issues family offices are facing in the light of the turmoil of the last 18 months. This summary highlights some of the key findings of the research.

September 1, 2002

Family business is the engine of the Finnish economy and academic research into the subject is on the rise as its importance in the success of such businesses is recognised

Tarja Niemelä is a Research Fellow, University of Jyväskylä, School of Business and Economics. Matti Koiranen is Professor, University of Jyväskylä, School of Business and Economics.

Family business is the engine of the Finnish economy and academic research into the subject is on the rise as its importance in the success of such businesses is recognised

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