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  • October 08, 2018
    Based on an international study, E&Y learned that the world’s most successful family businesses share common strategies around seven critical issues. Article published in CPA’s InTheBlack digital publication.
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  • September 11, 2018
    A family owned business does not have to be staid and conservative. In fact, for several reasons, adopting a start-up culture within a family business can be a good way to grow the business.
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  • September 05, 2018
    FINH's Executive Chairman, David Harland, was recently invited to take part in a talk back session on Radio National discussing Family Businesses.
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  • August 28, 2018
    Working with family members might seem like a good idea. However, sometimes, it leads to challenging and uncomfortable situations that can potentially hurt relationships and the business, as a whole.
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  • July 18, 2018
    With the changing of the guard that is forecast for family businesses over the next ten years, here are tips to guide families towards longevity and cohesion.
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  • June 22, 2018
    I recently contributed to the Planning for Prosperity survey and white paper compiled by The Economist. The survey assessed the future-readiness of family businesses in South and South-East Asia.
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  • May 30, 2018
    Family-owned companies in Asia have new hurdles to overcome given the rapid pace of change in technology and markets. How ready are the businesses for these changes?
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  • May 28, 2018
    We recently recorded this podcast (“The Changing Face of Family Business – It’s Not What You Think It Is”) as part of CPA Australia's ongoing podcast series about family businesses.
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  • May 08, 2018
    The success of any business depends on productive, healthy relationships within that business. For family businesses, this can be more of a challenge than it is for most other businesses.
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  • April 07, 2018
    It’s no secret that women are under-represented in business leadership positions. The Fortune 500 has just 32 female CEOs, while in Australia just 9 women lead companies in the ASX 200.
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  • March 31, 2018
    This is a great article published by Kathy Wiseman. In a family business to, outcomes depend in large measure on the quality of the relationships between family members.
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  • January 20, 2018
    Many of the world’s most successful businesses are run by multigenerational families. Christian Dior, Peugeot and Lego are three prominent examples.
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