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Jean Mane, leader of MANE group, shares his thoughts on growth for family businesses, balancing heritage with innovation, how he approaches investment in high-growth markets, and the advice he offers his family’s next generation.

It was a heart-warming moment. The scene was Madrid’s Westin Palace Hotel in June earlier this year where more than 100 family businesses had gathered for CampdenFB European Families in Business Awards. MANE, the $1.3 billion French family business, had just been named the Top Sustainable Family Business and Jean Mane, its fourth-generation principal, walked to the stage to accept the award and paid tribute to the pioneering work done by his ancestors.

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DSP Group has rebranded with a renewed focus on social responsible investing and providing advice to women to help them take control of their financial future. Aditi Kothari Desai, director and head of sales and marketing at DSP Investment Managers, shares some of its innovations.

Vishal Gada, co-founder and partner at Dhruva Advisors LLP, weighs up the pros and cons of a Will and a trust when planning succession

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Ray White Group has grown from one man and his shed in Australia’s backblocks to an international property powerhouse. Nicholas Moody meets third-generation co-chairman Brian White

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