We found 4 episodes of The Business of Family with the tag “succession”.
Bradley J Franc - Increase the Value and Maintain the Values
Episode | 28 November 2021 | Season 2 | 43 mins 32 secs
adviser, author, cpa, entrepreneur, entrepreneurial, succession, ypo
Bradly J. Franc is an attorney, a former CPA and experienced entrepreneur. He has practiced business and estates and trust law at Houston Harbaugh for more than 25 years. During that time, he founded three successful businesses.
Sean Lang & Jeff Watters - Appointing a Non-Family CEO & Selling a 5th Generation Business
Episode | 19 September 2021 | Season 2 | 1 hr 9 mins
5th generation, exit, family business, family council, g5, outside leadership, selling, succession, transition, usa, ypo
The Lang family recruited Jeff Watters as the first outside CEO to lead Ainsworth Pet Nutrition in it's 5 generations. Sean Lang and Jeff Watters worked together, partnering with a private equity firm to scale the $100m per year business into a $2 billion dollar exit over the space of a decade.
Emily Griffiths-Hamilton - Building Your Family Bank to Owning an NBA & NHL Team [The Business of Family]
Episode | 5 October 2020 | Season 1 | 1 hr 3 mins
3rd generation, author, canada, canucks, family bank, family wealth advisor, g3, multigenerational wealth, nba, nhl, succession, third generation
Emily brings three generations of experience to the subject of wealth and family-business transition planning. From owning an NBA & NHL franchises to building her own Family Bank, this is a fascinating conversation which I'm sure you'll enjoy.
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.