With every challenge there is opportunity.
From planning for the first quarter to planning for the next generation, it’s time to ensure your long-term business and family legacy. Because while you see the world at your feet, we see the journey ahead.
We understand that in these times of greater distance, family enterprises must work more closely than ever. We also know that when the company name is your name, trust is your most valuable asset.
With trusted local knowledge, backed by our global network and deep sector expertise, we are uniquely positioned to bring the very best of Deloitte to your family enterprise.
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Lead with trust
For many looking to thrive as they cope with the realities of COVID-19 environment, the path to building and preserving trust falls along four dimensions: physical, emotional, financial and digital. How can you lead with trust?
Succeed in your succession planning
For family enterprises, working without a succession plan can invite disruption uncertainty and conflict – placing future competitiveness and wealth at risk. We take a look at why succession planning is a key component every family enterprise leader should keep top of mind.
Drive good governance
In these changing times, family enterprises are learning lessons about how to be prepared, agile and adaptable. Explore what governance means, why it’s important and how you can achieve on-going success.
Put family first in IPO deliberations
Ready to lead the IPO conversation? From driving value today to enhancing your family enterprise’s plans for tomorrow, we explore the benefits of IPOs.
Plan beyond the horizon
Ready to safeguard the future of your family enterprise? Find out more on what it means to have a multi-generational outlook, the interdependence of family/business health and the red flags that could be putting your business at risk.
Planning beyond the horizon
With their long-term vision, concentrated power and capital strength, family enterprises will be critical to the global economic recovery after the pandemic.
But only if we improve the success of generational transition. Without the right planning and preparation, some family enterprises may fail to successfully transition to the second generation, and the process becomes even more challenging for third or fourth generations.
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