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First generation family businesses in Asia unprepared for impending succession

More than four-fifths of Asian family businesses do not have a succession plan in place despite the majority expecting to handover to the next…

Navigating the complexities of family business succession planning

Underlying the complexities faced by business family members, participants of a survey indicate that there is a wide gap between having a sense of…

Good Management, Family Style

Managing a family business goes beyond analysing numbers to take into account the relationship between members, according to the recent HSBC Private…

调查:家族企业监管水平有待提升

     一项调查显示, 超过七成的亚洲家族企业重视企业永续发展, 有强烈意愿 要设立监管机制, 但实际上只有约一成的企业这么做, 显示家族企业的监管水平仍有待提升。调查也显示, 有超过八成家族企业预计在下来五年找到企业接班人, 但少于两成企业已建立系统化的接班人计划。  …

Asian family businesses need to do more in formal governance

DESPITE exhibiting a strong desire for formal governance, there are gaps in the implementation by the majority of Asian family businesses…

Tougher for family businesses to deal with succession

ALL companies have to grapple with the issue of the succession of key leaders eventually. But a new survey has found this process can be more…

TACs help SMEs in many ways

SINGAPORE'S many trade associations and chambers (TACs) help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which are the backbone of the local economy,…

Resilient, Visionary, Charitable

ENTREPRENEURSHIP is not just about "starting a business". The SGSO Outstanding Chinese Business Pioneer Awardees are selected by virtue of their…

Getting The Edge - The Peak HK

For potential successors, even the most prestigious formal education may not be enough to prepare them for the complexities of taking over a…

What can Asian businesses learn from the German Mittelstand model?

Germany's massive ecosystem of small and medium-sized family-run companies, known as the Mittelstand, has long been attributed to helping Germany…