The Modern Family Office: Building a Business That Lasts
Podcast: The Modern Family Office – Building a Business That Lasts
[00:01 – 12:12] Building a Family Business That Lasts: Exploring Nature vs. Nurture
- Family businesses are either really good or bad, and there are both extremes in the world
- 1/3 of the S&P 500 are publicly traded but privately controlled
- Ownership is the most important and least discussed the idea in business
- Family businesses have seen an increase in interest and have become their asset class
[12:13 – 30:13] Exploring the Dynamics of Family Businesses and Family Offices
- There are similarities between family businesses and family offices, but there are also differences that need to be addressed
- Intentionality is key when creating a family office
- Family offices should have a multi-generational time horizon
[30:14 – 37:29] Navigating Conflict and Market Volatility: How Family Businesses Can Thrive During Difficult Times
- The notion that wealth dissipates quickly over generations is unsupported by evidence
- Most businesses do not last for 100 years, regardless of family involvement
- Conflict can be both destructive and constructive; it is important to find a balance between the two
- Family businesses tend to have more conservative balance sheets
[37:30 – 38:56] Closing Segment
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