Our strength lies in COMMISSIONED RESEARCH SURVEYS and ASIAN CASE STUDIES. In relation to research surveys, we are privileged to provide expert analysis in connection with LGT on its Private Banking Asia Report, and with UOB on two research reports on “Asian Business Families’ Dependency on Asia – Balancing Opportunities and Risks” and "Riding on Asia’s economic transformation – Growth strategies of Asian business families".
On 26 May 2015, BFI @ SMU collaborated with Deloitte Southeast Asia to design, disseminate and deliver the second commissioned research survey report on "Asian Business Families Governance: Crossing the Chasm for Inter-Generational Change". This research survey on Governance provides insights into the family and corporate governance strategies, platforms and structures which are in place in Asian business families, as well as the extent to which they provide effective and professional platforms for the decision-making – a component that is key to the sustained success of Asian business families. To date, BFI @ SMU has completed two research surveys and launched two case studies reports on KBZ Group and YCH Group respectively, as part of the collaboration agreement with Deloitte.
BFI @ SMU is also actively involved in the Successful Transgenerational Entrepreneurship Practices (STEP) Project for Family Enterprising, the first global research study focused on entrepreneurship in business families. Together with business families, BFI @ SMU attended the 3rd Global STEP Summit, held in Lugano, Switzerland from 9 to 11 Nov 2017.
To download BFI research reports, please click on the links below:
Deloitte Southeast Asia “Asian Business Families Governance: Crossing the Chasm for inter-Generational Change”
Deloitte Southeast Asia “Asian Business Families Succession: Going the Distance with the Next Generation”
UOB "Riding on Asia's economic transformation- Growth strategies of Asian business Families"
UOB “Asian Business Families’ Dependency on Asia – Balancing Opportunities and Risks”
LGT “Private Banking Asia Report”
Asian Venture Philanthropy Network (AVPN) recently launched its practical guide to help founders, sponsors and funders of new venture philanthropy and social investment organisations in Asia. BFI @ SMU worked together with AVPN to include a legal framework overview for setting up a VPO links to five country legal framework profiles. For more information, please click on the link below:
AVPN “Getting Started in Venture Philanthropy in Asia”