SAT 20TH OCT 2018


Bringing the family business community together

Governance Practices In GCC Family Firms

Joint research report published by The Pearl Initiative and PwC based on governance practices in GCC family firms. Full Article

Open To Broader Financing Options

Latest research highlights that there is a willingness by family firms to consider alternative sources of finance for their business. Full Article

Staying Power: Creating Lasting Success?

A global survey of the world’s largest family businesses that highlights some of the characteristics of firms planning to be around for the dura... Full Article

Togetherness In Indian Family Businesses

Latest research report from the Indian School of Business on trying to understand 'togetherness' in the family business Full Article

Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow

Key Findings From The Family Business Road Trip 2015

Family Business United is delighted to showcase some of the key findin... Full Article

Other Publications

Succession Challenge In Singapore

Family-owned businesses in Singapore are least prepared for succession in Southeast Asia according to latest report. Read More

Good Fortune - Building A 100 Year Family Enterprise

Seven qualities that characterize generative “enterprising” families that trace their unity, shared core purpose and family capital over a century. Read More

Oldest Family Firms In South West Identified

RJ Balson & Son named the oldest family firm in South West with a proud history of 500 years in business in latest Family Business United research Read More

Family Fortunes, The Future Of UK Family Businesses

UK family firms need to upgrade the processes, governance and skills within their business, and their own families, to stay ahead of hungry new competitors and remain relevant in a rapidly changing business environment, says a new report by PwC. Read More

Family Businesses Struggling To Find External Finance

Latest global KPMG research shows mismatch between family-owners’ wants and needs from external investors Read More

The Contribution of Family Businesses in Northern Ireland

The BDO Centre for Family Business and Queen’s University Management School are collaborating in a two-stage, eighteen month long project investigating family businesses within Northern Ireland. Read More