18 January 2021 | 50 mins 4 secs
1st generation, business of education, dragonfly education, education, family business, family enterprise, fbn, first generation, founding generation, g1, generational wealth, singapore, vietnam, ypo
Khalid is from the UK and through the family business holding company Dragonfly Education Group, is an operational investor in education. He has been active in the business of education since 1994
Jim & Paul Warner - Successfully Navigating Multi-Generational Family Dynamics [The Business of Family]
7 December 2020 | 1 hr 3 mins
author, coach, fbn, multi-generational family, multiple generations, relationships, transitions, ypo
Jim and Paul Warner work together in multi-generational family dynamics helping all parties establish and sustain authentic, synergistic, relationships. Jim and Paul work extensively with Young Presidents’ Organization and Family Business Network families worldwide. The last dozen years they have also guided several Southeast Asian families in their quest to establish enduring principles across multiple generations.
Dato’ Loy Teik Ngan - From Billionaire's Son to Losing it All and Starting Over [The Business of Family]
23 November 2020 | 46 mins 16 secs
2nd generation, family business, family compound, fbn, forum, g2, malaysia, patriarch, private education group, second generation, ypo
Dato’ Loy Teik Ngan is the eldest son of a well-known entrepreneur who built one of the largest business conglomerates in Malaysia, Teik Ngan took over the rein of his family company upon his father’s demise. Within a year, the sprawling business empire that took 35 years to build, collapsed under the weight of huge debts amidst the 1998 Asian financial crisis.
Richard Eu - Family Politics, Consolidating Power, Going Public & Taking Private [The Business of Family]
9 November 2020 | 55 mins 44 secs
4th generation, china, entrepreneur of the year, family governance, fbn, fourth generation, g4, singapore, tcm, traditional chinese medicine, ypo
Richard Eu is a fourth-generation Eu. One of the family's last remaining businesses, Eu Yan Sang, a network of Traditional Chinese Medicine dispensaries, was founded by Richard Eu's great-grandfather Eu Kong and the family's fifth generation are still in the business today. This is a gripping story of family politics, loss of control, re-consolidation, an IPO, and ultimately privatisation of the family firm once again.