How to manage the shift from owner to investor

March 2015
Family Business;Mar/Apr2015, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p20
The article examines options for family businesses exiting the industry and transitioning to become investors. Topics discussed include issues resulting from significant liquidity event after the sale of the business, and establishment of a family office and family bank to create and manage investments established for family members. It also offers guides to some key decisions to be made as to the establishment of family office and family banks.


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