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January 1, 2004

Risk management is no longer the preserve of publicly traded concerns and safeguarding interests means taking a hard look at the programmes on offer

Nick Dryden is a Partner in Moore Stephens in Geneva specialising in risk management for international and family companies.

Risk management is no longer the preserve of publicly traded concerns and safeguarding interests means taking a hard look at the programmes on offer

January 1, 2004

The wellbeing of owner-managed and family businesses is central to the strength of the European economy as a whole.

The wellbeing of owner-managed and family businesses is central to the strength of the European economy as a whole. These firms account for more than 70% of employment in the EU and make a major contribution to economic output in all member countries. They provide a continuing source of entrepreneurial energy within the existing EU and are sure to play a key role in evolution of the economies of the new member states.

November 1, 2003

We asked family offices to tell us what they thought the most interesting alternative investment products for their clients were. Melanie Stern summarises the top four responses

Melanie Stern is Section Editor of Families in Business magazine.

We asked family offices to tell us what they thought the most interesting alternative investment products for their clients were. Melanie Stern summarises the top four responses

November 1, 2003

With absolute return in alternative investment derived from manager skill, finding the right individual from the huge pool of candidates is a time-consuming but essential task. Melanie Stern investigates

Melanie Stern is Section Editor of Families in Business magazine.

With absolute return in alternative investment derived from manager skill, finding the right individual from the huge pool of candidates is a time-consuming but essential task. Melanie Stern investigates

November 1, 2003

Melanie Stern examines the use of alternative investments in family office portfolios across the world

Melanie Stern is Section Editor of Families in Business magazine.

Melanie Stern examines the use of alternative investments in family office portfolios across the world

November 1, 2003

Family businesses are the backbone and the engine of the dynamic and market-oriented Chilean economy. And the signs are that they could become an even stronger force in the future

Jon I Martinez is the Jorge Yarur B Professor of Families in Business at ESE, the business school of University of los Andes in Santiago, Chile. He is also a counsellor and board member of several business families.

Family businesses are the backbone and the engine of the dynamic and market-oriented Chilean economy. And the signs are that they could become an even stronger force in the future

September 1, 2003

The European Private Banking Services Survey 2003 set out to examine the relationship between European private banks and family businesses, and reveal some of the strengths and weaknesses within.

Summary
The European Private Banking Services Survey 2003 set out to examine the relationship between European private banks and family businesses, and reveal some of the strengths and weaknesses within. From the results contained in this report, we hope to provide private banks with fodder to strengthen the link between what they offer families and what families say they want. Conversely, we hope the results will encourage families to question the service they currently receive with a view to maximising it.

September 1, 2003

For an industry that makes money from good relationships, the professionals that create and maintain private banking and family business client relationships are key. Melanie Stern examines the sector’s frontline

Melanie Stern is Section Editor of Families in Business magazine.

For an industry that makes money from good relationships, the professionals that create and maintain private banking and family business client relationships are key. Melanie Stern examines the sector's frontline

"Our greatest asset is our people" – how frequently we hear this from the business world. Not all the proponents of this popular phrase manage to prove their commitment to it, but for the private banking industry, people are among the greatest assets.

September 1, 2003

The European private banking industry is now split between enterprising corporates and smaller, traditional players; lack of dynamism has retarded competitive spirit in the latter while the former established its domination. Time to get busy, says Melanie Stern

Melanie Stern is Section Editor of Families in Business magazine.

The European private banking industry is now split between enterprising corporates and smaller, traditional players; lack of dynamism has retarded competitive spirit in the latter while the former established its domination. Time to get busy, says Melanie Stern

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