Episode Archive

52 episodes of The Business of Family since the first episode, which aired on 28 July 2020.

  • Tiho Brkan – Global Deal Flow for Family Office Investors [The Business of Family]

    Episode  |  10 August 2020  |  Season 1  |  1 hr 5 mins
    deal flow, family office, family wealth, g2, global citizen, multi-family office, multi-generation, real estate investing, second generation

    Tiho Brkan, is a successful trader, portfolio manager and investor. Tiho today runs a multifamily office, The Atlas Investor, on behalf of his family and other high net worth families and individuals.

  • Tim Cosulich – 6th Generation CEO of Italian Family Business [The Business of Family]

    Episode  |  1 August 2020  |  Season 1  |  46 mins 19 secs
    6th generation, century club, family business, g6, italian, multi-generation, shipping, sixth generation, ypo

    Tim is the sixth generation CEO of Fratelli Cosulich an Italian shipping group established in 1857. Across more than 160 years, the Cosulich family have utilised a unique system of family governance to ensure the business survives and prospers from generation to generation.

  • Rob Robson – Building & Operating the Business of Family [The Business of Family]

    Episode  |  1 August 2020  |  Season 1  |  43 mins 36 secs
    family enterprise, family office, first generation, founding generation, g1, harvard, multi-generation, sailing, the business of family, ypo

    Rob Robson is the Founder of OneHarvest, Australia’s largest fresh salads business and a great student of multi-generational wealth creation. These days spends up to 7 months of the year sailing the world.

  • Trailer - [The Business of Family]

    Episode  |  28 July 2020  |  Season 1  |  3 mins 28 secs
    business, business of family, enduring companies, entrepreneur, family office, learn in public, long game, mike boyd, multigenerational wealth, podcast trailer, stewardship, succession

    Multigenerational wealth creation involves so much more than just capital accumulation. The most successful families cultivate and collect values, stories, knowledge and resources to pass on to the next generation. The systems and processes to do this are very intentional.