Episode | 17 October 2021 | Season 2 | 1 hr 3 mins
apartment buildings, business families, founding generation, g1, legacy, los angeles, multi-generational wealth, permanent hold, real estate, real estate pe, ypo
Moses Kagan is the co-founder of Adaptive Realty, a boutique real estate private equity firm based in Los Angeles, which has about $200 Million in assets under management. Unusually for a real estate private equity firm, Adaptive and its partners do not fix and flip; instead, they act as permanent holders and stewards of the assets under their control.
Episode | 8 February 2021 | Season 1 | 56 mins 53 secs
africa, author, entrepreneur, first generation, founder, founding generation, g1, life profitability, software, south africa, startups
Adii Pienaar is the founder of three technology companies, two of which he’s exited so far to create first generation wealth for his family. A prolific reader, writer and maker, Adii brings a refreshing perspective to the way he views family, business and wealth.
Episode | 18 January 2021 | Season 1 | 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
Dave Whorton - From Built to Sell to Built to Last - The Tugboat Institute Story [The Business of Family]
Episode | 21 September 2020 | Season 1 | 53 mins 48 secs
evergreen, first generation, founding generation, g1, kleiner perkins, permanent capital, private equity, stewardship, tpg, tugboat group, tugboat institute, venture capital, ypo
Dave Whorton's resume is almost unbelievable. From a brand name VC in Silicon Valley working at Kleiner Perkins to a stint in private equity with TPG and ultimately to founding Tugboat Institute - a different way of building profitable and evergreen businesses that last the test of time.
Episode | 24 August 2020 | Season 1 | 42 mins 56 secs
18 summers, author, first generation, founding generation, g1, jim sheils, parenting, the family board meeting
Jim Sheils was motivated by what he saw as one of the most tragic challenges of modern life--the disconnection of busy entrepreneurs from their families--Jim developed the Family Board Meeting process to help business owners bridge the gaps between themselves and their loved ones.
Jim is an avid surfer, successful real estate entrepreneur and the author of the Amazon best-seller “The Family Board Meeting".
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.